Tag: law enforcement agencies

Federal Agent Nabbed in Online Sting

Rio Grande Valley (KFXV) — A former federal agent was arrested after using Craigslist to entice an underage girl to engage in sexual activities. Thirty-six-year-old, Jeremy David McCauley was arrested in January and recently pleaded guilty to attempting to transfer obscene material to an individual under 16 years of age — via Craigslist. The criminal complaint states that McCauley communicated through email with undercover agents — that he believed to be a woman and her 13-year-old daughter — during the exchanges, McCauley arranged to meet the minor to have sex. McCauley is a former special agent with the U.S....

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Family Speaks About Beloved Raymondville Woman

Willacy County (KFXV) — Authorities have released new details in the death of a missing Raymondville woman. After a month of searching for Nora Conde Villalobos, her family is now grieving her loss but police are still putting together pieces about what exactly happened to her.  Raymondville Police Chief, says 35-year-old, Juan Manuel Tobias, Jr. was the last person to be in contact with Villalobos, before she made a trip out of the valley.  Villalobos’ body was found Tuesday at a canal near FM 1015 and Nittler Road in Monte Alto, prompting the arrest of her boyfriend. Tobias faces...

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Local Lawsuit Filed Against SB4

RGV (KFXV) — We begin tonight with Senate Bill Four which continues generating arguments within civil rights and pro-immigrant organizations who say this new law violates U.S. Constitution. Tonight we speak with how local organizations are fighting back – in hopes the law won’t go into effect September 1st. Another lawsuit has been filed against Senate Bill Four– just weeks after Governor Abbott signed it into law. These are documents filed today by the El Paso County, Richard Wiles, Sheriff of El Paso County, and the Texas Organizing Project Education Fund against Senate Bill Four, also known as the...

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Report: Nearly 400 Gang Members Arrested Across Country

U.S (KFXV) — New reports indicate the number of people crossing over illegally into the U.S. is slowing down. The focus now turns to eradicating gangs across the U.S — like the, MS-13. Trump thanked several law enforcement agencies for the arrest of nearly 400 gang members in the country. Five months after the start of Trump’s term as President of the United States, hundreds of gang members were processed and transported to El Salvador, most are reported to be part of MS-13 a transnational street gang. White house officials explain the number of people crossing the border illegally...

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Local Police Address Impending SB-4 Bill

RGV(KFXV) — Local law enforcement agencies are speaking out to valley residents on how their departments will be handling their daily operations as the anti-sanctuary cities law, goes into effect on September 1st. This comes after several groups and pro-immigrant organizations have declared themselves against the new law, with several lawsuits already in the works. The leaders want to stress that their goal isn’t deporting valley residents and their officers will continue working as they have been. Police heads from more than a dozen agencies came together to speak publically about the recently approved law that prohibits sanctuary cities....

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