Tag: Weslaco police department

Weslaco Police Department Seeks Public’s Assistance in Suspect Search

Weslaco (KFXV) — An unidentified male broke into two company vehicles. It happened at a business on the 3500 block of E. Moreland Drive. The suspect first parked in reverse, between two vehicles and broke into a 2007 white Ford Ranger. He stole items from inside after breaking the windows to gain entry. Police are asking all Fox 2 Viewers if you can identify the suspect, contact the Weslaco Police Department at (956)...

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$50,000 Spent on Graffiti Cleanup in Weslaco

In Weslaco, almost 50 thousand dollars were invested in a clean-up truck. This, in order to get rid of graffiti on the city’s buildings and neighborhoods. “We are having one of our employees, who goes out there and is at no cost for the community, anyone interested they can call the police department.” The funds used are confiscated monies from Weslaco Police Department criminal...

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Man Caught on Camera Stealing Dog from Weslaco Home

Caught on camera: a man stealing a dog from a home in Weslaco. Tonight, the dog is safe… back with its owners, but those owners want justice. They want to know who this man is; the man that ran up to their front porch and stole their 5-month old white, English Bull Terrier, named ‘Bino’ in broad daylight. The family’s surveillance cameras outside their Weslaco home on Lee Garza Street caught the whole incident Saturday, just after 11 am. You can see the man jump out of a small silver vehicle; he heads straight for the puppy, unhooks the...

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Domestic Dispute turns Deadly in Weslaco

In Weslaco, a domestic dispute turns deadly this morning this afternoon say 51 year old man shot his wife in the head. According to police the suspect then fled the scene on foot being detained several minutes after with a gun in his hand. Yolanda de Anda, 49, was rushed to the hospital after receiving a gunshot wound to the head in a home located at 116 libertad street. Her husband Daniel De Anda arrived at the scene transported in a vehicle by a man who is now a person of interest. A nearby neighbor says she witnessed the crime...

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Weslaco Brings back Neighborhood Watch Program

Weslaco Police Department is recruiting people from the community to join the neighborhood watch program. Through this program residents can attend meetings with fellow neighbors and representatives from the police department to discuss crime activity in their area and work to prevent them. Weslaco residents are glad this program is back. “Who better to know what happens in their communities and the people that actually live there.  I think the police officers are always willing to listen. I think this is a great way for the community to know that the police do care and that they do want...

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