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Del Rio News Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 2014, Del Rio, Texas
Cui m k amp More 4a i Del Rio news Herald wednesday june 25,2014 inv n q i Ejli Jet crime 2 killed in apparent robbery attempt san Antonio a police say a suspected armed robber and another person have died after being shot during a breaking at a san Antonio apartment. San Antonio police say nobody has been arrested in the gunfire Early wednesday that left an intruder dead when a resident with a Shotgun opened tire. Authorities Are try ing to determine who fatally shot the second person and whether that individual was an intruder or Ilso lived at the apartment. Hie gunfire broke out As several people broke into the Home while apparently trying to Rob the place. Some suspects tied after the shootings. Wife of suspect in Park attack also changed Sinton a an evidence tampering charge has been hied against the wife of a Man accused in a South Texas Park attack that left a woman dead and her Girlfriend Hurt. San Patricio county jail records show Laura and David Strickland were held without Bond w wednesday. Investigators originally announced David Strickland was arrested list Friday in Helotes Thel ohm tis. He s charged with capital murder aggravated assault with a weapon and aggravated sexual assault Over the 2012 attack in Portland. Laura Strickland is charged with evidence tampering in the Case involving two women who allegedly were sexually assaulted and shot. Authorities say the Strickland lived near the Park where 19-year-old Mollie Olgin was slain. An 18-year-old woman was wounded. 3 siblings found dead in suburban Home Stafford a three siblings a two Brothers and a teenage sister a have been found dead in the family Home in the Houston suburb of Stafford. Stafford police it. Lames Lee Dom said investigators suspect a double murder and suicide in the deaths of 23-year-old Faheem mughal. 18-year-old Fahad mughal and 15-year-old Rebecca mughal. Leedom says police went to the House tuesday afternoon after receiving a Telephone Call from a frantic woman who screamed that a her baby was Leedom also says that officers removed multiple rifles and pistols from the House. He says investigators still Haven to determined who pulled the trigger and what motivated the shooting. Laredo gun dealer gets prison loses License Laredo a a Federal judge has sentenced a Laredo gun store owner to five years in prison for smuggling ammunition to Mexico. Robert Jacaman or. Also surrendered his License to sell firearms by virtue of his felony guilty plea. The 6o-year-old owner of Jacaman guns and ammo in Laredo admitted to conspiring with others to smuggle into Mexico .223-caliber and 7.62-millimeter ammunition and High capacity Rifle magazines designed to fit ar-15-Type and ak-47-Type firearms. Prosecutors say thousands of rounds of ammunition plus gun magazines referenced in the 2012 indictment were intercepted before being delivered to Mexico. A associated press woman faces do i charge after traffic Stop by Karen Gleason Del Rio news Herald a woman accused of driving with a blood alcohol Content of More than twice the Legal limit was arrested and charged with enhanced an do i offence according to Val verde county Constable pct. 3 Steve Berg. Brenda Hernandez 21, it Kings Way Apt. G48, was arrested at 2 23 . On Lune 7, according to an arrest report released recently by Berg. Hernandez was charged with the offence of driving while intoxicated with a Hernandez blood alcohol Content greater than 0.15, a class a Misdemeanour the arrest report shows. In in affidavit tiled in the Case. Berg reported that he observed a 2004 Ria Sorento in sex travelling in the 3600 Block of veterans Boulevard. He noted that he stopped the Sorento after he saw the vehicle come to a Complete Stop while driving in the inside Lane then make a right turn from veterans Boulevard onto Edwards Street. Berg said he stopped the vehicle in the too Block of Edwards Street. Berg reported when he approached the Sorento a Driver identified As Hernandez he noticed the Strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from her. Berg also noted that Hernandez a speech was slurred and confused and when she got out of her vehicle she wobbled and swayed on her feet. Berg said he conducted a series of standardized Field sobriety tests including the horizontal gaze nystagmus Hon the walk and turn and the one leg stand and reported that Hernandez exhibited clues of intoxication during each of the tests. Berg in his report noted Hernandez a stated she had drunk eight to to Hernandez agreed to provide a Sample of her breath and Berg reported that the first breath Sample showed Hernandez a blood alcohol wild ride leads to Many a arrest for Dpi by Karen Gleason Del Rio news Herald a Man accused of driving drunk after a previous Dpi conviction was arrested on an enhanced driving while intoxicated charge said Val verde county Constable pct. 3 Steve Berg. Erie Brian Arrambide 31, 223 Dennis drive was arrested at 12 48 . On june 15, according to an arrest report released recently by Berg. Arrambide was charged with the offence of driving while intoxicated second offence a class a Misdemeanour the report on his arrest shows. In an affidavit filed in the Case Berg reported Arrambide that while on patrol on the City a North i Side he saw a 2003 Buick four door Sedan travelling in the 3800 Block of veterans Boulevard. A i observed the vehicle exit the parking lot of the Del Rio inn 3811 veterans blvd., and drive across both northbound lanes and. Into the Grassy median. The vehicle drove on the median and then re entered the outside northbound 3800 Block Boulevard a red. Lane of the of veterans Berg report Berg said when he approached Arrambide he noted that Arrambides clothing was Dis arranged and disorderly and that he could smell the Strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from Arrambide. Berg also noted that Arrambide mumbled and that his speech seemed slurred and confused. Berg said Arrambide wobbled and swayed when he got out of the Buick and staggered and swayed while walking. Berg reported he conducted a series of standardized Field sobriety tests including the horizontal gaze nystagmus Hon the walk and turn and the one leg stand and reported that Arrambide exhibited clues of intoxication during each of the tests. Berg in his report noted Arrambide a stated he had drunk two to three Berg said Arrambide refused to provide a Sample of his breath. A Check of Arrambides criminal history revealed that he had been convicted of driving w Hile intoxicated in Val verde county in february 2004, Arrambides previous conviction allowed Berg to charge him w Ith a higher level class a Misdemeanour offence. Reach Karen Gleason at 734-3021 or email her at 3 Man sentenced in reality to show shooting by Ken Ritter associated press Las vegas a a 43-year-old former High school special education teacher was sentenced tuesday to 90 Days in county jail and five years of probation for an april 2011 shooting involving a Crew of the reality to show a repo games in his North Las vegas neighbourhood. Carlos Enrique Barron asked tuesday for mercy and leniency and told Clark county District court judge James Bixler he did no to want to go to jail. He said that in the end no one w As wounded. A this incident has yes changed me. It taught me a lot of things a Barron said. At the request of defense attorney b e n n a i r Bateman about a dozen of Barrons friends and family members stood in the courtroom to show their support. But prosecutor Alexander Chen noted that a jury that acquitted Barron of the most serious offences a two counts of attempted murder and one felony discharging a firearm into a vehicle charge a found Barron guilty in january of felony assault with a deadly weapon carrying a concealed weapon burglary and Misdemeanour discharging a firearm charges. He could have faced up to 22 years in state prison. Barron who once served As a Homeowner association president testified at trial that he was acting in self defense when he confronted two men in a Van blocking his driveway during filming Down the Street from his House on vigilante court. A the had an Opportunity to Tell his Side of a Story a Chen said. A they did no to believe him because it did no to add up. When you have a gun and you re shooting it randomly at people there is a Poten tial for people to get police found two Bullet casings near Barrons garage door and one in the Middle of the Street which prosecutors said suggested that Barron followed the fleeing film Crew and fired a needless shot. Barron had a registered clock 9mm handgun but the gun used that night was never found. Bixler said Barron had to be punished. A you can to do this and not have some kind of penalty attached a the judge said. However he also allowed Barron to remain free at least another month pending a status hearing on july 24. 2 killed 7 wounded in Miami shooting by Fernando Peinado associated press Miami a two people were killed and seven others were wounded in a shooting Early tuesday in the Miami neighbourhood of Liberty City that has been plagued by violence police said. One victim was pronounced dead at the scene and the others who were shot or injured were taken to a nearby trauma Center where the second victim died. At the crime scene the sidewalk was littered with dozens of spent Shell casings marked by Green police Cones and shattered Glass by mid morning tuesday and people said they were afraid to talk about the shooting. Some 50 to 60 shots were fired police spokeswoman Frederica Burden had said. A crying woman was comforted by others. A my baby ainu to deserved this. They treated him like a dog a she yelled repeatedly. The deceased were identified As Kevin Richardson 29, and naked Jackson 26. A a in a not sure How it occurred a Burden said. A a we re investigating it now. I done to know if they were All outside standing some in a car some not in a car. I done to know that one resident Jose Hernandez said gun violence is an almost daily occurrence in the area. A i have friends who have been killed a Hernandez said. A this violence has to last april in Liberty City a historically Low income neighbourhood a gunman opened fire into a crowd outside a Corner store killing a woman and wounding two men. Miami City manager Daniel Alfonso said at the scene that City officials Are going to look at their strategy against crime. A we Are going to work with our Law enforcement partners to make it better a he said. Although a police offi Cial said six More officers and a canine unit had been assigned to the neighbourhood a news release from the fraternal order of police said the shooting was a consequence of a Lack of manpower and resources. A we have reached a tipping Point in the District where the criminal element has no fear of our police officers and Are beginning to act with impunity Quot said the news release signed by Miami police sgt. Javier Ortiz who is president of the City a Fop Lodge according to its website. The statement urged police not to respond to Calls that require two officers alone. Content at 0.197, and the second breath Sample showed Hernandez a blood alcohol Content at 0.191. Both samples indicated that Hernandez a blood alcohol Content was greater than 0.15, allowing Berg to charge her with the enhanced driving w Hile intoxicated charge. Berg said after he took Hernandez into custody a passenger in the vehicle took Possession of Sorento. Reach Karen Gleason at 734-3021 or email her at Del Romagno Leafan a jurors still deliberating former Soldier s Fate by Jennifer Sinco Kelleher associated press Honolulu a jurors Are taking too Long to deliberate the Fate of a former Hawaii based Soldier facing the death penalty for killing his 5-year-old daughter defense attorneys said in a motion that Calls for a mistrial in the first capital murder trial since Hawaii became a state. The motion filed monday seeks a mistrial because the Federal jury has not been Able to reach a decision on Naeem Williams sentence after a extraordinarily Long deliberations in a comparatively simple capital jurors have deliberated for six full Days. The death penalty Case comes in a state where capital punishment was abolished in 1957. But because the crimes took place in military housing Williams was tried in Federal court where execution is allowed. The jury was scheduled to return to Federal court in Honolulu on thursday to resume deliberating whether to sentence Williams to death or life in prison. In april the same jury found Williams guilty of murder for the 2005 beating death of his daughter Talia after he testified that he beat her regularly to discipline her for Bowel and bladder control problems. . District judge j. Michael Seabright scheduled a hearing on the defense motion for wednesday. Prosecutors said in a filing late tuesday that the jury Hasni to indicated that it w on to be Able to agree on a sentence and the court interfere with deliberations. The defense attorneys speculate that the jury is fatigued saying other death penalty cases have been More Complex and jurors reached a verdict after several Days or even hours. A there is no doubt that the effects of exhaustion and coercion Are of Paramount importance in the present Case a the motion said adding that jurors sat through 41 Days of trial and deliberated to it the the guilt and penalty phases. The defense attorneys fear a exhaustion of the jury might Lead some members a to vote for a verdict w hich they would otherwise not their motion also argues that deliberations have twice been interrupted for two lengthy Breaks because of scheduling issues making ii possible for jurors to be exposed to outside influences 01 information about the bail Bonds 830 774 4748herman amp Jeny Everett 24 hour service wow i a a a i ii in
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