Armed Robbery Suspect Taken into Custody

Armed Robbery Suspect Taken into Custody

A man is jailed for the armed robbery of two convenience stores. He was identified as Fabian Morato of San Juan. Both robberies happened overnight. The first robbery happened at a Stripes on North Nebraska Avenue just after midnight.

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Police Looking for Peron of Interest in Car Burglary

Police Looking for Peron of Interest in Car Burglary

Weslaco police need the public’s help finding a person interest. They said a man might know more about a car burglary at the Palm Aire Hotel in Weslaco.

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Tamaulipas University President Kidnapped

Tamaulipas University President Kidnapped

A Tamaulipas university director's disappearance is now classified as a kidnapping. Jose Guadalupe Rivera Martinez, director of the Universidad Autonoma de Tamaulipas campus in Reynosa, has been missing since December.

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Deputies Search for Suspect in Home Invasion

Deputies Search for Suspect in Home Invasion

Hidalgo County sheriff’s deputies are searching for a man in connection with a home invasion. The suspect, Gerardo Cruz, should be considered armed and dangerous.

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UTPA Campus Police Stopping Drivers

UTPA Campus Police Stopping Drivers

University of Texas-Pan American campus police are stopping drivers in and around the university and not all of them are students. So far this school year, 65 people have been ticketed for DWIs. Another 242 were arrested for traffic violations.

Man Sets House Self on Fire

Man Sets House, Self on Fire

Police are trying to determine why a man lit himself on fire inside his home. Pharr firefighters responded to the scene Sunday night in the 300 block of Hawk Avenue.  They found a 34-year-old man with third-degree burns over much of his body.

CBP Seizes Cocaine at Pharr Bridge

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers seized $136,680 worth of cocaine Saturday at the Pharr-Reynosa International Bridge. CBP officers referred a silver 2002 Dodge Durango and its driver, a man from Reynosa, for a secondary inspection.

Task Force Seizes Meth Load

The Hidalgo County District Attorney’s Office High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area task force seized a methamphetamine load Saturday. Officials say an investigation led them to a tractor trailer where they found 55 pounds of methamphetamine.

Officials Investigate Shed Fire in Pharr

A man remains hospitalized after being injured in a fire Sunday night. Pharr Fire Department investigators said the man suffered third-degree burns over 40 percent of his body.

Teen Hospitalized with Serious Burns

Alamo Teen Suffers Severe Burns

A 15-year-old is at a San Antonio hospital with serious burn wounds following an accident this weekend. The incident happened Saturday night at a home in the 300 block of N. 9th Street in Alamo. Investigators said the teen went to his neighbor's house to make smores.

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