Mcallen Monitor in Mcallen, Texas
25 May 2015

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25 May 2015

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McAllen Monitor (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, McAllen, Texas5a Valley amp state Contact Jared Taylor 683-4439 monday May 25, 2015 Rocha a Casino raid nets three arrests Cash by Sean Kimmons staff writer Mission a three men were arrested Friday after an Anonymous tip led authorities to an underground Casino with 21 Slot machines police say. Anastacio Rocha 47 Rogelio Castillo Mata. 55 and Lohn Frank Cuellar 20, were charged with running the gambling venue m the 1600 Block of West Griffin Parkway according to a criminal complaint. Following the tip police and Homeland Security investigations agents staked out th0 Iii to my for two Davs during the s u r v e 11 Lance investigators saw a Man driving a Toyota Van to and from the building to a residence in the 1600 Block of Rankin Street where police believed the Money was being stored. Tvo undercover officers also went inside the illegal Casino and observed winning players being paid Cash. Later police stopped the Van As it left the area and made Contact with the Driver identified As Rocha and found $1.220 on him and keys to Slot machines in the vehicle s Center console the complaint states. Rocha had also been arrested on a class a Misdemeanour gambling see raid 7a Castillo Cuellar read the com anal complaint o pm watch r news tips got a news tip the Monitor is always ready to listen. Call 956 683-4444 to Point us in the right direction. Inside one dead in fatal crash near san Isidro by Sean Kimmons staff writer nil a san Isidro a 22-year-old Man died after i car slammed into an of a semitrailer sunday evening according to authorities. Department of Public safety troopers Are investigating tile crash that occurred around 6 30 . Along farm to Market Road 1017 just East of pm 2294, Dps spokesman sgt. Johnny Hernandez said. A preliminary investigation revealed that the 2012 Volvo semitrailer was travelling westbound on pm 1017 when a Ford my Tang heading in the opposite direction ice real into the other Lane for an unknown reason and struck the a. K Axle of the trailer he said. The Mustangs Driver who is from san Iii pro was ejected from the car and lied at the Stone Hernandez said. No other detail have vet been released. Ski m Mons Ltd it lug Moni tor. Com court mar Pluto a Fioti by it out Martiz above and below dancers move to the music at Zumba fest Mcallen 2015 at the Mcallen invention Center on sunday in Mcallen. Zumba fest lights up Valley by Kristian Hernandez staff writer t thousands of Lively dancers of All Ages lit up the convention Center on sunday for the biggest party the Rio Iran de Valley has Ever seen. More than 2,000 people danced sweated and enjoyed a Zumba class led by the creator of the International dance fitness craze Beto Perez backed by a full hand big screens and the lights and sounds of a full blown concert. Quot people looking at my face Book Page or inst Gram must think there Are clones of me out there Quot Perez said in Spanish before the class. A in Miles 1 will have travelled two and a half times around the world by the end of this Zumba has Over 15 million followers taking classes in nearly 200, k dance studios in 18� countries All around the world according to Perez. I his was the first Ever Zumba 1 est in my Tjien and also the first time in Over eight years that Perez has visited the Valley said Arminda Saenz one of the event s coordinators. A Vve would like to have this event every year Quot Saenz said. A people All the Way from c Anada and from All the neighbouring cities on both sides of the Border came to see Beto and we want him to see How excited everyone is to see tickets for the event started at $45 and went up to $150 see Zumba t 7a Fri to lire 700 agents focus on diversity by Lorenzo Zazueta Castro staff writer Mcallen a t he Fri is looking to hire 700 special agents throughout the country to work in the Agency a 56 Field offices. Including qualified applicants from the Rio Grande Valley. Officials extended the application deadline through the end of this month. A a we re allowing for a Little More time to give qualified people the Opportunity to apply for the posting a Agency spokeswoman Michelle said. Ixe said the Fri is focusing on bringing in a variety of diverse recruits that include those who Are proficient in Spanish Wirich has its advantages working near the Border As Well As learn More about employment opportunities with the Fri. Recruits with experience in information technology. The percentage of people in the . That speak Spanish continues to increase and we re looking to hire people that will assist us with communicating Well with witnesses victims and suspects a she said. In a who has been with the Fri for More than 17 years said one of the see agents 7a obituaries opinion 6a-7a Loa police officer takes policing in stride Weslaco a Bernie Garza looks Back on Active career by Michael Rodriguez staff writer during the course of a 28-year career Bernie Garza has run the Gamut of emotions that comes with the unpredictability of his profession a from being shot at one minute to speaking at a career Day function at a local elementary school the next. Such is the life of a to Public information officer Bernie Garza of the Weslaco police department is seen thursday afternoon on South Iowa Avenue Michael Rourl Guez mitc lice officer and for Bernie it comes with the territory. After graduating from Donna High school in see Garza 7a advice for Youthful Job seekers develop soft skills Early on to by Christina r. Garza staff writer teenagers seeking assistance in navigating the Job Market can look to workforce solutions Cameron for tips on How to land a summer Job Henry Castillo Texas workforce commission director for Cameron county explained that the number one Issue employers face when hiring new workers is their Lack of soft skills career coaches explain soft skills arts hard skins for Fth. Like teamwork listening skills workplace etiquette and punctuality. Through a youth work experience program offered by workforce solutions Cameron Adrian see tips j 7a

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