Tag: Edinburg

Man Charged In Lovett Street Shooting

EDINBURG (KFXV) — In Edinburg, a discussion sends a man to the hospital and the suspect faces charges. The suspect of shooting a man in the head was formally charged this afternoon. 30-year-old, Jose Alfredo Rios told the judge he did not mean to hurt 24-year-old Oscar Perez before being charged with attempted murder and tampering with evidence. His bond was set at a combined $350,000. According to Edinburg police, officers responded to the 900 block of Lovett Street where they found the victim. Investigators say that’s when Rios allegedly took out a .22 caliber pistol and shot Perez...

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Edinburg EDC announces that $10 million TownePlace Suites by Marriott offers latest proof that Edinburg is becoming the “Destination City

Featured: TownePlace Suites by Marriott in Edinburg, whose owners, the Qube Hotel Group of Carrollton, Texas, hosted a grand opening on Friday, February 10, 2017, is the first of its type for the famous Marriott International brand, considered one of the top hospitality companies in the world, according to Ron Stewart of Dallas, Area Vice President, Lodging Development for Marriott International, Inc. “We have been watching Edinburg for a while. I have heard a lot of interesting things about what is happening with the growth, and among the most impressive things now, there have been some really big changes,...

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‘Not Guilty’ Verdict in Former CBP Officer’s Trial

Edinburg (KFXV) — Former Customs and Border Protection officer, Randal Wayne Sutterfield, is found not guilty on two charges against him. This after two hours of deliberation by jurors at the 319th district court. After four days of testimonies and two hours of deliberation, the jury found Randal Wayne Sutterfield, ‘not guilty’ on charges against him, for allegedly shooting a man, three years ago. Days of evidence, 11 testimonies, and closing arguments were not enough to prove that 44-year-old, Randal Wayne Sutterfield attempted to kill Gustavo Guerra– brother of his then-girlfriend, Cristelia Guerra. During Thursday’s hearing, both victim and...

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9-11 Call Played in Trial of Former CBP Officer

Edinburg (KFXV) — We begin tonight with the latest developments in an attempted murder case against a former Customs and Border Protection Officer. Today, jurors heard the testimony of four people– including officials from the McAllen Police Department. Part of the evidence released to the jury, are several 9-11 phone calls made by friends and neighbors of the victim. Cristela Guerra emotionally recalled the events of February 7, 2014– in which her brother was allegedly shot by Randal Wayne Sutterfield — a former CBP Officer — whom she had a relationship with at the time of the incident. The...

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Edinburg Set to Participate in State-wide Warrant Round Up

Hidalgo County KFXV) — Pay up or go to jail — that’s the message from Hidalgo County authorities, ahead of a statewide warrant round-up. Tomorrow they will be giving out information on an amnesty period that offers an opportunity to settle with the court without fear of being arrested. During this period, the District Attorney’s office and justices of the peace will consider leniency on a case by case basis. The warrant roundup begins Saturday, February 25 and runs through Sunday, March 5. Recommended: No...

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Former Customs and Border Protection Officer’s Attempted Murder Trial Begins

Edinburg (KFXV) — In an Hidalgo County courtroom, a former Customs and Border Protection Officer made his first appearance in an attempted murder trial. The former Customs and Border Protection Officer faced a ‘criminal attempted murder’ charge, three years ago– however this week, his case is being reviewed at a state district court. According to investigators, 44-year-old, Randal Wayne Stutterfield is believed to have shot Gus Guerra on the morning of February 7th, 2014. Reports from that time, suggest the victim was a family member to Stutterfield’s girlfriend– and the shooting happened as a result of a domestic dispute....

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Trial Begins in gentlemen’s club Shooting

Edinburg (KFXV) — The man accused of killing a man and injuring six with gunfire at a gentlemen’s club makes an appearance in court today. The defense attorney requested a new pre-trial date as they await results of firearms analysis. Genaro Maldonado Martinez was back in court this morning. Both the defense and prosecutors asked the district court judge for another pre-trial date. Part of the evidence, the analysis of two guns is still pending. The judge granted their request allowing two weeks before they meet to determine the status of the firearms report. 30-year-old Maldonado is accused of...

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Ex-Priest John Feit’s Trial Set to Begin

Edinburg (KFXV) — The faith of the Ex-priest John Feit will be determined by a jury starting on April 24th. 92nd district judge, Luis Singleterry will be presiding over the case. As FOX has reported, Feit is accused of killing Irene Garza more than 50 years ago. Today, back in court for a preliminary hearing where the trial date was set and he will be back in court for another hearing before trial begins on February 20th. This after prosecutors gathered enough evidence and Feit was arrested at his Arizona home around a year ago – and brought back...

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Former Bank Supervisor Pleads Guilty to stealing $1.25 Million

McAllen (KFXV) — In McAllen, a woman pleads guilty to robbing a bank to the tune of $1.25 million. 42-year-old, Jill Marie Myers, stole on average ten thousand dollars a month between June 2004 through June 2014. As a supervisor, Myers — responsible for verifying the cash the bank contained in its vault, admitted to creating fraudulent entries on bank records to hide the the theft. The scheme came to light, when Plains Capital Bank acquired First National Bank’s Edinburg location. Myers’ sentencing is slated for April 26, and faces up to 30 years in federal prison, with a...

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Two UTRGV Students Arrested

Edinburg (KFXV) –Two UTRGV students were detained. Markeisha Nicole Watson and Santana Barrera were both arrested this past Saturday after police stopped their vehicle on the 1600 block of west Khun Street– when an officer smelled a strong marijuana odor emanating from the vehicle. Inside, law enforcement found the narcotics, including a bottle of liquor. Watson received charges for purchasing liquor for a minor while Barrera received charges for driving while under the influence, and for possession of marijuana. Recommended: Edinburg Firefighters Rescue Man From Fiery Accident New Smoking Ordinance Raises Concerns Among Local Businesses Suspected Burglars Caught on...

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