Tag: Randal Wayne Sutterfield

‘Not Guilty’ Verdict in Former CBP Officer’s Trial

Edinburg (KFXV) — Former Customs and Border Protection officer, Randal Wayne Sutterfield, is found not guilty on two charges against him. This after two hours of deliberation by jurors at the 319th district court. After four days of testimonies and two hours of deliberation, the jury found Randal Wayne Sutterfield, ‘not guilty’ on charges against him, for allegedly shooting a man, three years ago. Days of evidence, 11 testimonies, and closing arguments were not enough to prove that 44-year-old, Randal Wayne Sutterfield attempted to kill Gustavo Guerra– brother of his then-girlfriend, Cristelia Guerra. During Thursday’s hearing, both victim and...

Read More

Day 3 of Former CBP Officer’s Trial

Edinburg (KFXV) — In the third day of trail against Randale Wayne Sutterfield, the Ex-Customs and Border Protections Agent took the stand. His testimony helping to clarify the shooting that took place three years ago. Several people took the stand today, including both the victim and the alleged gunman. Our cameras were the only ones to capture this moment. Both men referring to the shooting that happened on February 7, 2014– that left Gustavo Guerra hospitalized. Morning, 44-year-old, Randal Wayne Sutterfield was detained at the Falfurrias checkpoint as he tried to flee. His shooting victim, recalled the shooting happened...

Read More

9-11 Call Played in Trial of Former CBP Officer

Edinburg (KFXV) — We begin tonight with the latest developments in an attempted murder case against a former Customs and Border Protection Officer. Today, jurors heard the testimony of four people– including officials from the McAllen Police Department. Part of the evidence released to the jury, are several 9-11 phone calls made by friends and neighbors of the victim. Cristela Guerra emotionally recalled the events of February 7, 2014– in which her brother was allegedly shot by Randal Wayne Sutterfield — a former CBP Officer — whom she had a relationship with at the time of the incident. The...

Read More

Former Customs and Border Protection Officer’s Attempted Murder Trial Begins

Edinburg (KFXV) — In an Hidalgo County courtroom, a former Customs and Border Protection Officer made his first appearance in an attempted murder trial. The former Customs and Border Protection Officer faced a ‘criminal attempted murder’ charge, three years ago– however this week, his case is being reviewed at a state district court. According to investigators, 44-year-old, Randal Wayne Stutterfield is believed to have shot Gus Guerra on the morning of February 7th, 2014. Reports from that time, suggest the victim was a family member to Stutterfield’s girlfriend– and the shooting happened as a result of a domestic dispute....

Read More

Former CBP Agent Involved In Shooting

The suspect was confirmed to be a former U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent. His victim remains hospitalized tonight. McAllen Police Officers responded to the 5400 block of 15th St. around 2:30 am. Upon arrival, they found the victim with a gunshot wound to the head. According to investigators, 41-year-old Randal Wayne Sutterfield, believed to be the gunman, fled the bloody scene after the shooting. However, he was detained at the Falfurrias checkpoint, in a failed attempt to flee from justice after allegedly shooting his girlfriend’s brother in the face over family dispute. Sutterfield was transported back to McAllen...

Read More