Sheriff: Double homicide victims identified as Brownsville father and son
The victims of a double homicide in Cameron County have been identified as a father and son from Brownsville, Sheriff Eric Garza announced Thursday.
The victims of the double homicide have been identified as father and son, Ines Cruz (49) and Manuel Cruz (24) of Brownsville. Next of kin have been notified. Investigation is ongoing. pic.twitter.com/AdpBuboYhM— Sheriff Eric Garza (@SheriffGarza) December 30, 2021
A passerby discovered the bodies of two men – now identified as Ines Cruz, 49, and his son Manuel Cruz, 24 – Wednesday on Old Port Isabel Road, east of Lomo Alta Lake.
RELATED: Two men found dead in Cameron County, sheriff says
Investigators say the men were found bound and gagged with gunshot wounds to the head.
“Next of kin have been notified. Investigation is ongoing,” Garza said.
Police seeking suspect in Raymondville shooting
Escape-artist Missouri bear heads to Gladys Porter Zoo
Brownsville police release audio of 911 call of 'hoax' school shooting threat
McAllen residents complain of strange odor in water
Hidalgo County offering reward for reporting illegal dumping