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 victim in this case is Gustavo Guerra.
He was shot as a domestic dispute untangled between Cristela and Stutterfield.

After shooting his weapon twice, the alleged gunman fled the scene but was detained at the Falfurrias checkpoint.
Another piece of evidence suggests that Gus was under the influence of narcotics.

The victim is expected to testify during tomorrow’s hearing. We’ll keep you updated.