Polite Thief Requests Permission Before Robbing Home

Well this is sure one polite thief! Evidently, he asked permission to rob a house, before being taken into custody. Danny Acosta stole a microwave, but before doing the deed, he displayed a semi-automatic handgun to a subcontractor of a new house in a subdivision development in San Antonio and asked “Can I rob the […]

Garlic Roasted Shrimp with Homemade Cocktail Sauce

Instead of plain boiled shrimp, these roasted shrimp are flavored with garlic, Old Bay seasoning, and red pepper flakes. The homemade cocktail sauce has more spice and zest compared to the store bought variety and compliments the shrimp perfectly. This amazing recipe comes to you courtesy of www.foodista.com. Garlic Roasted Shrimp with Homemade Cocktail Sauce Ingredients: […]

El Paso County Parks Manager Charged with Theft

Former El Paso Ascarate Park manager Reynaldo “Ray” Chavez was arrested on suspicion of stealing thousands of dollars collected from the park’s entrance fees. He was charged with theft of more than $20,000. That’s a nice tip to add to his annual salary of over $80k. Chavez is the second county employee arrested in the […]

Jury Finds 17-Year-Old Guilty of Murder

An El Paso jury found a 17-year-old boy guilty of murder in the stabbing death of 19-year-old Julian Galvan in March of 2014. The boy is being tried as a juvenile and will be held at the juvenile detention center until he turns 19. The juvenile could face up to 40 years in prison. One […]

El Paso Man Arrested for Using Vehicle in Assault

Larry Rodriguez, a 23-year-old man of El Paso, was arrested on suspicion of using his vehicle to attack another man. Rodriguez got into an altercation with Michael Zamarripa over a cell phone belonging to his ex-girlfriend. As Zamarripa was walking away, Rodriguez allegedly drove his vehicle up on the sidewalk, pinning Zamarripa against a building […]