Arraignment for Border Patrol Agent Accused of Murder Set for January
LAREDO – The arraignment for a Border Patrol agent accused in the murders of four women is set for January.
The Webb County District Attorney’s Office made the announcement on Friday.
Ortiz is on indefinite leave without pay.
Prosecutors say they will be seeking the death penalty.
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