Tag: Mission

Undocumented Immigrants Detained in Mission Raid

Mission (KFXV) — More than a dozen undocumented immigrants are rescued from a home by immigration officials. A Fox viewer recorded these images of the moment where the group of immigrants were detained during a raid executed by what can be seen on the video as Hidalgo County Sheriff’s along with undercover officers. The incident happened on the 800 block of Leandro Street. An exact number of detainees rescued from the homes has yet to be released by law enforcement, but we will bring you more details, as they are made available. Recommended: 51 Undocumented Immigrants Rescued Police Raid...

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Mission Family Lose Everything in Blaze

Mission (KFXV) — A mother and her three children are on the streets after a fire consumes their home. We spoke with the family who say they are now faced with how to survive. This after coming home to firefighters battling to extinguish the flames inside their house. Pieces of burnt clothing, what’s left of a fan and family memories that are now ashes are all what’s left on this family’s property. Fire officials with Palmview and Alton responded to the 5000 block of Janice Drive and put out the fire but unfortunately say the home was declared a...

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Elderly Woman’s Body Found Four Days after passing

Mission (KFXV) An elderly woman is found dead inside her home. Fox cameras were there are the body was transported off the property. Several Mission Police Department units responded to the 700 block of Aries St. Officials say she passed away over 4 days ago, but was just discovered today by a family friend. The Texas Department of Aging and Disability wants you to help avoid similar situations. Consider senior housing options, find reputable home care providers and install an emergency phone line in their home. Police say this investigation does not point to foul play. Recommended: Accident in...

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Animal Abuse Video Goes Viral; Leads to Arrest

MISSION (KFXV) — Caught on camera in Mission, a man faces charges after dragging a German Shepherd with his motorized scooter. The video surfaced on social media accounts, and was sent to various media outlets. 59 year old, Mario Cardona captured on video saying it is his dog and not to worry. Animal Control inspected the canine, revealing the dog had injuries. Mission police investigators made contact with the suspect at his home advising Cardona of a warrant for his arrest for animal cruelty. Cardona received a $10,000 bond. Recommended: Accident in Conway and Business 83 in Mission Hidalgo...

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Mission Residents ‘On Edge’ After Series of Thefts

Mission (KFXV) — Residents of Mission are “on edge” after they say there have been several thefts to vehicles in the “Tierra Dorada” subdivision. The latest happening this Monday as the owner of the pickup was burglarized, the victim suspects the thieves are professional because they opened the door without forcing it, taking out his stereo and the dvd player. Several neighbors have filed police reports. If you have any information about this string of burglaries call Mission Crime Stoppers line at (956) 581-8477. Recommended: Surveillance Camera Captures Work Tool Thieves Ex-Con fires weapon on Highway 83, later arrested...

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Human Smuggler Goes Before Judge

HIDALGO COUNTY (KFXV) — The driver of a moving truck with 19 undocumented people and fled from police. Wednesday he went before a court. He’s identified as Roel Eduardo Coronel who received three charges for human trafficking, evading arrest in a vehicle and on foot. The judged gave the 25-year-old a $205,000 bond. Police say they attempted to stop Coronel after he left a home in Mission in that U-Haul truck. He ended up on Jordan Street in McAllen. He then fled on foot and hide in his mother’s apartment where he was found and arrested – along with...

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Wanted McAllen Fugitive Arrested in Bexar County

BEXAR COUNTY (KFXV) — Officers arrest a man responsible for a Motel 6 robbery in Mission that took place January 20th. McAllen Police along with Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Department identified the suspect as Jesus Alejandro Ortiz who was arrested at a traffic stop on Wednesday. The suspect demanded money from a clerk, falsified he had a gun and threatened to shoot the clerk at the time of the robbery. He made off with an undisclosed amount of cash. Ortiz faces a $200,000 bond. The suspect will be charged by McAllen PD. Recommended: Driver Shot By Police in San Antonio...

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Police Raid Illegal Gambling Establishment

Palmhurst (KFXV) — We will have more political coverage from today’s executive actions later in the show. Law enforcement raided an illegal eight lines gambling establishment in the city of Palmhurst this evening. Officials confirmed they raided the illegal gaming enterprise — a large private residence containing fifty machines — located near Stewart Road and North Mile Three, just north of Mission around six this evening. Officers from the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Department and Palmhurst Police took part in the sweep. The Sheriff’s Department confirmed two individuals were placed under arrest. Those arrested will face charges tomorrow. We will...

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Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Search for Fugitive

HIDALGO COUNTY (KFXV) — Hidalgo County authorities are searching for a fugitive for failure to comply with his sex offender registration requirements and a DWI. Twenty-one-year-old Juan Martin Garza Roque is described as 5′ 9″ tall, weighs 180 pounds, has black hair and brown eyes. His distinguishing marks include a tattoo on his right leg of a “grim reaper.” His last known address is Mission, Texas. If you have any information about his whereabouts, you are asked to contact the Hidalgo County Crime Stoppers at (956) 668-tips (8477). Any information that leads to his arrest could make you eligible...

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New Smoking Ordinance Raises Concerns Among Local Businesses

DONNA (KFXV) — Business owners have about one hundred days to make arrangements for this newly passed smoke-free ordinance. Rosalinda Guajardo shared with us how this can impact her daily life. Guajardo said, “I work in bars. I am a bartender. They pay my bills, my living.” Rosalinda Guajardo spends most of her time working in local bars where she says, “smoking is one of the things prior that people like to do when they go to bars; they like to drink and smoke” She says smoking inside bars is usually a must for every customer, “they come to...

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