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Grenades Planted in Mission Removed

Mission police discovered multiple grenades in different areas of the city. Agencies including the ATF and the McAllen police department responded to the scene. The first grenade was found at the Mission police department, where the area was closed for a few minutes to safely remove it. Moments later a second grenade was located on Adams Street.  Authorities speculate both explosives came from the same location. All areas have been cleared police are still trying to determine who planted the...

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Former Policeman Gets Six Month Probation For Using Excessive Force

A former police officer in McAllen was sentenced to six months probation after using excessive force during an arrest.  The incident caught on camera shows Ulysses Bautista making an arrest in 2016.  You can see how Bautista used excessive force on a young man while he was in handcuffs.  He was ordered to pay a $250 dollar fine. The former cop asking the judge for a trial to give him an opportunity and justify his acts. It is unknown whether a trial will be...

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Police Arrest Munoz for False Documents

Hidalgo County authorities say they have seen an increase in reports  – where false documents are used to buy and sell vehicles. A second man is now behind bars accused of this crime. Jesus Fabian Muñoz – seen walking here with a deputy  – is an Edinburg resident who investigators say dedicated his life to buying and selling cars. According to police, this man would forge paperwork for a car dealership that is now closed. The man was arrested today. Muñoz is expected to face a judge tomorrow. Through their investigations, county officials are now tracking other suspects dedicating to these type of crimes. Another man also busted by police and facing similar...

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Mission Police pass out meal boxes to families

Mission Police, Firefighters and Crime Stoppers passed out turkeys to residents Tuesday. Over thirty turkeys were given away. Police tell Fox News, this is the time of year to put differences aside and help each other out. City commissioners also delivered boxes with the food. This is the 13th year officials have organized this...

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Brownsville Police raise money to fight against prostate and testicular cancer

November is designated nationally as the month to bring awareness on the fight against prostate and testicular cancer. Brownsville Police have decided to show their support for the cause by letting their beards and mustaches grow to increase awareness on the subject. The department says it’s going one step further by fundraising during the campaign. Any money donated to the Brownsville Police Department will go towards institutions that help men battle against these forms of...

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