Border Patrol agent suspected in Hondo killing
SAN ANTONIO — A U.S. Border Patrol agent has been arrested near Hondo, accused of killing a man there Thursday, according to media reports.
Adam Garibay, 33, is also suspected of tying up and beating a 28-year old woman in Corpus Christi, earlier in the day.
Border Patrol officials told the San Antonio Express-News Thursday evening that they were referring questions about the incidents to local law enforcement.
Police in Corpus Christi told KIII TV that following the shooting just north of Hondo, Garibay led Medina County deputies on a chase to Sabinal, where he crashed his vehicle. He was taken to an area hospital, they station reported.
America's Dumbest Criminal 2014 - Contestant # 1
Denitra Sharrell Green (picture above) is charged with aggravated assault in connection with stealing two tickets to a Jay-Z concert in Houston.
A Houston man trying to sell Jay-Z concert tickets was robbed, run over and permanently disfigured by a pair of women who had a child with them, according to Harris County court documents.
Officials said finding the women was as easy as checking the stolen tickets for a seat number and going to the concert. The victim had eight tickets to the rapper's Dec. 19 show at the Toyota Center that he was selling on Craigslist.
Documents show that on Dec. 15, he met with two prospective buyers, Denitra Sherrelle Green and Cessica Darden, at a Starbucks location in the 1800 block of Durham.
Darden told the man over the phone that she had a child with her, couldn't leave her vehicle and needed to meet in the parking lot, records state.
When the man approached the car, the pair allegedly snatched the tickets from his hand. Court documents state that Green drove off with the man still holding on to the vehicle, where Darden's child was in the backseat.
Kerrville Daily Times wrapped up its week long series on the menace of methamphetamine, which it strangely decided to run over the Christmas-New Year holiday. Today's installment is "Meth: What's the answer? Local leaders discuss solutions to growing community problem." The title of today's editorial pretty well sums it up: "A story without a happy ending." The clarion call is sounded: "meth is a clear and present danger in our community, society and nation." But the conclusion is - there's not much we can do about it.
This series would really make me want to move to Kerrville.