Tag: Brownsville

Brownsville Set to Begin Warrant Round-Up

In Brownsville, Friday will be the last day you have to pay your pending trafficking fines. Right now, you can pay their tickets without being arrested. However, the city of Brownsville will participate in state warrant round up and start arresting those who have unpaid citations or haven’t made a payment plan before Friday, February 24th. For more info call the Brownsville Municipal Court at (956) 548-7181. Recommended: No...

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Woman Identified in Fatal Brownsville Accident

Brownsville (KFXV) — A young woman and man are dead after slamming into a light post on Houston Street. These are pictures of the accident as you can see all that was left was mangled steel. The victims were both 18 years old the driver identified as Martha Itzel Martinez Garza, resident of San Benito. Jose Guadalupe Camacho was the passenger. Both died at the scene. What caused the accident is still under investigation. Authorities have not released information on whether speed or alcohol may have played a role in this fatal crash. Recommended: No...

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Brownsville Man Wanted for Credit Card Abuse

Brownsville (KFXV) — Police are asking for the help of all Fox viewers to find a man in connection with a theft case. This is surveillance video of the man in question. He’s suspected of writing a check for over $2,000 — purchasing several items from a business off Boca Chica Blvd. Investigators say he used false identification and the checking account had been closed. If you recognize the man call the Brownsville Crime Stoppers at (956)546-TIPS(8477). Recommended: No...

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Traffic Stop Leads to Discovery of Cocaine in Shoe

BROWNSVILLE (KFXV) — One man is arrested after failing to signal while changing lanes, and attempting to escape from law enforcement. 26-year-old Jose Alfredo Paz Jr was driving on the 600 block of Lindale Lane when officers recognized him from a previous investigation. He and the passenger to step out of the car after they were stopped. Authorities found a black locked box under the floorboard containing four sandwich bags full of marijuana and 22 small zip-lock type baggies were found with cocaine hidden in his right shoe. Paz was arrested and charged with multiple counts as failure to...

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3.7 Million Dollars Worth of Meth Seized

Brownsville (KFXV) — Officers seize over 3.7 million in methamphetamines. Customs Agents at the Brownsville and Matamoros International Bridge pulled over a 21-year-old female, a U.S. citizen along with a 22-year-old female U.S. citizen who lives in Yoakum, Texas. CBP officers discovered 96 bottles within the vehicle containing a total of 84.32 pounds of alleged liquid methamphetamine. Officers seized the narcotics along with the vehicle, arrested the driver and the passenger, and turned them over to the custody of Homeland Security investigations. Recommended: Over 335 Pounds of Marijuana Seized Boil Water Advisory Remains in Effect in San Benito Olmito...

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Brownsville Police Search for ‘Armed and Dangerous’ Suspect

Brownsville (KFXV) — Police are asking for the help of all FOX viewers to find Victor Hugo Teran. The 34 year old is wanted in connection to a series of robberies that occurred during the last months of 2016. He’s considered armed and dangerous. If you know this man or know were he is contact Brownsville Crime Stoppers at (956) 546-TIPS(8477). the information you provide could earn you a cash reward. All calls remain anonymous. Recommended: Hidalgo County Authorities Searching For Purse Thief Brownsville Man Facing Narcotics Charges 30 Firefighters Battle Blaze in Brownsville Olmito Blaze Consumes Over 300...

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CBP Agents Seize $122K in Narcotics

BROWNSVILLE (KFXV) — Customs agents at the Brownsville port of entry seized a cargo of alleged cocaine this past Thursday. Authorities intercepted six packages found with more than 15 pounds of the drugs, estimated at more than $122,000. A 20-year-old male, resident of Brownsville and all evidence were turned over to Homeland Security for further investigation. Recommended: Brownsville Man Facing Narcotics Charges Jury Selection to Begin in Former BP Agent $81,000 in Marijuana Seized 19-Year-Old Arrested for Possession of...

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Niece Arrested for Stabbing Uncle to Death

Brownsville (KFXV) — Yesterday in Brownsville, a man is found with multiple stab wounds on the 5400 block of Padre Island Highway. 53-year-old, Alejandro Perez Ramirez pronounced dead by authorities. According to police, the victim was stabbed by his 18-year-old neice, Paola Michael Martinez. An autopsy will be administered. The case is still under investigation. Recommended: Two-Month-Old Found Dead in Brownsville 3 Arrested in Alleged Stabbing Man Arrested For Selling Tribal Memberships Brownsville Man Arrested for Manufacturing...

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19-Year-Old Arrested for Possession of Marijuana

Brownsville (KFXV) — During a narcotics investigation, agents with the Brownsville Police Department responded to a local motel on the 700 block of North Expressway. Upon arrival, law enforcement made contact with a man who was pacing, and acting erratically. The subject, identified as 19-year-old, Ruben Trevino Jr., consented to a search of his room where officers located 10 grams of Alprazolam, and 13 grams of marijuana. Police arrested Trevino for possession of a controlled substance, and possession of marijuana, and transported him to the city jail. Recommended: $81,000 in Marijuana Seized Over 335 Pounds of Marijuana Seized Brownsville...

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Undocumented Man’s Trial Continues

Cameron County (KFXV) — An undocumented man went before a jury for human trafficking. Thirty-seven-year-old, Galdino Jose Ruiz-Hernandez, originally from Oaxaca, Mexico and currently residing in Brownsville, is accused of illegally emigrating to the United States, and for the causing the death of a woman when he intended to cross her into the country in a boat. According to court documents, evidence provided to the jury indicates that Ruiz-Hernandez guided the woman in the water as they tried to cross into the us when a boat belonging to the border patrol crashed into them, injuring the woman. The sentencing...

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