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CBP Officers Make Nearly 900 Pound Bust

Pharr (KFXV) — At the Pharr International Bridge, 900 pounds of marijuana are stopped from hitting valley streets. The bust happening this week when CBP officers sent a trailer to a secondary inspection, discovering these 162 packages containing 890 pounds of narcotic inside. The estimated street value over $178,000. The driver is arrested and Homeland Security is investigating the case. Recommended: $150,000 Worth of Marijuana Seized in Pharr Underground Bunker Filled With Drugs Discovered PSJA North Football Player Remains In Critical Condition Border Patrol Seizes Over $300K In...

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3 Arrested in Raid at Sports Complex

Pharr (KFXV) — Police arrested three people during a raid at a home and sports complex, seizing cocaine and cash. Police raided the home on the 4000 block of Yvette Street, over the weekend — taking a man and a woman into custody. A neighbor who wishes to remain anonymous commented that he had seen constant suspicious activity in and out of the home and claims the location sold drugs. Law enforcement then went to the suspect’s business, “Barracuda Sports Complex”, on the 200 block of west Moore road were a third suspects was arrested. It’s unclear if they...

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CBP Seizes More than $3k in Cocaine

Pharr (KFXV) — U.S. Customs and Border Agents at the Pharr International Bridge seized more than $3,000 of alleged cocaine. On Monday, officers referred the driver of a GMC Terrain — a 22-year-old Mexican citizen from Pharr — to a secondary inspection. After physically inspecting the vehicle, law enforcement used a non-intrusive imaging inspection and a canine team, and discovered 16 packages, containing over 41 pounds of narcotics. Agents arrested the driver and handed him over to homeland security for further investigation. Recommended: Jury Selection to Begin in Former BP Agent Over 335 Pounds of Marijuana Seized $81,000 in...

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Domestic Disturbance Leads to Officer Involved Shooting

Pharr (KFXV) — Two Pharr police officers responded to a reported domestic disturbance on the 200 block of East Emil Street around 4:30 Tuesday morning. Upon arrival, officers encountered 46-year-old, Martin Gomez – who was reportedly involved in the domestic disturbance. According to the statement released by Pharr police, Gomez exited the door, “charging at the police officers holding a knife in each hand.” Officers then fired at Gomez, striking him. He was transferred to a local hospital where he later died. The two officers involved are described as a five year veteran, and a one year veteran of...

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Caught on Camera: Thieves stealing Christmas decorations

Pharr (KFXV) – Caught on camera; thieves making off with Christmas decorations off someone’s front lawn. Take a look on your screen if you can see in the video to people taking Christmas lights and a second camera caught another subject is carrying an inflatable decoration that was still attached to a wall. This surveillance video provided by the Montes Family has been turned over to the Pharr Police Department who is reviewing images of those responsible. Sergeant JP Rodriguez of the County Sheriff’s Department recommends not confronting thieves because they could be armed. If you have information to...

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Pharr Police Seek Public’s Help

Pharr (KFXV) — Police are asking for the help of all Fox viewers to find a man wanted for robbery. The man identified as 20 year old Ralph Anthony Garza accused of breaking into a home on the 400 block of Juarez Street and taking several items. If you have any information that can lead to this man’s arrest call Pharr Crime Stoppers at (956) 787-TIPS Recommended: No...

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$150,000 Worth of Marijuana Seized in Pharr

Pharr (KFXV) — At the international bridge, Custom and Border Protection officers seize more than 780 pounds of marijuana. Officers found 28 packages inside a freight liner. The driver was referred to a secondary inspection and canine officers detected the drugs inside. The estimated value of the drugs seized is over $150,000. The case remains under investigation by Homeland Security . Recommended: No...

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Undercover Agents Search Homes in Pharr

PHARR (KFXV) — Police activity was spotted at a home north of the city. It happened at around 7 this evening at a mobile home located at the three thousand block of Dahlia street. Fox 2 News cameras exclusively captured the moment where several undercover agents searched the house as well as the vehicles parked outside. We tried to communicate with the police department but they have not released any details yet. Recommended: Police recover a body Found in...

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Gentleman Steals Lady’s Purse after helping her

Pharr (KFXV) — A man helps a woman to her car and then steals her purse. It happened on 409 N. Jackson Rd at a home improvement store. Reports say the man parked behind her in the parking lot, offered to help the woman load some items into her car she had just purchased and then grabbed her purse from the shopping cart. He took off in a green two toned SUV, his license plate partially reads — CLX. The Pharr Police Department is asking anyone with information to call 956.787-TIPS. Recommended: No...

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PSJA North Football Player Remains In Critical Condition

Pharr (KFXV) — A football player from PSJA North remains in critical condition. 16 year old, Michael Contreras suffered a blow to the head during a game between PSJA North and Mission High School. Paramedics rushed to his side to provide immediate care. Michael had to undergo brain surgery to remove skull bone tissue, we will keep you updated with details as they become available. Recommended: No...

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