Tag: murder

Grandmother accused of killing son-in-law charged

The woman accused of running over her son in law after a family conflict is formally charged in Mission. Elizabeth Guerrero went before a judge Saturday after turning her self in. Guerrero is accused of striking and killing 20-year-old Gilberto Gaytan after a heated argument over her grand daughter. She fled the scene with her daughter and grand daughter. She was charged with homicide and was set a million dollar bond. The child was recovered and is now in custody of child protective...

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Grandmother accused of running over and killing son-in-law surrenders

According to Hidalgo County Sheriffs, this morning, 68 year old, Elizabeth Guerrero and her daughter, Elizabeth Sandra Morales surrendered to authorities after the two were on the run after hitting and killing 20 year old Gilberto Gaytan, both being implicated in Gayton’s death. Preliminary investigation shows Ms. Guerrero fled from the scene after hitting Gaytan with her vehicle. Earlier, her daughter and the now deceased Gaytan argued over the custody of their daughter. Amber Alert was issued to locate the child on Thursday, and by Friday, authorities say the little girl was safely in the custody of Child Protective...

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McAllen Man Pleads Guilty To Killing Great Grandmother

Fox News has obtained the criminal complaint, that not only tell us what happened in court but also the details, from the 20-year-old man who told authorities how he says he killed his great-grandmother. James Bryan Whisenant, went in front of a judge and was officially charged with the murder of, Jimmie Tallon Whisenant, his great-grandmother.  However, records show James told authorities in chilling details how he supposedly committed the crime. According to the report, James entered his great grandmother’s room around 4 in the morning while she was still sleeping.  It goes on to say he pinched her...

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Murderer’s get life in prison for Killing an ICE Agent

Jose Manuel Garcia-Soto and Jesus Ivan Quezada-Pina are going to serve time for murder, attempted murder and a weapons charge in connection to the death of 32-year-old, immigration and customs special agent, Jaime J. Zapata who was killed in February of 2011. The two cartel members are among nine men implicated in an ambush which left Zapata dead and his fellow ice agent, victor Avila, seriously injured in San Luis Potosí in 2011. According to the Brownsville herald, Mexican authorities say the attack on Zapata and Avila was a case of mistaken...

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