Police say shopper exposed himself twice to store clerk
Juan Romero Jr. was taken into custody by the Brownsville Police Department’s Fugitive Apprehension Unit Tuesday, said investigator Martin Sandoval, spokesman for Brownsville PD. Police allege this was the second time Romero Jr. had exposed himself to the clerk. Sandoval said that on July 13, 2021, Romero Jr. went into a local business at the 4600 block of Central Circle in Brwonsville. Since this was this was the second time Romero Jr. had exposed himself to the victim she filed a police report, Sandoval said. Romero Jr. was arraigned on a count of indecent exposure.myrgv.com
Police release name of man found dead near sports park
Brownsville police have released the identification of a man whose body was found near the Brownsville Toyota dealership this weekend on Sports Park Boulevard. The man has been identified as 59-year-old Hector Cerda, said investigator Martin Sandoval, spokesman for the Brownsville Police Department, Thursday afternoon. Employees at the car dealership discovered Cerda’s body Saturday night behind the lot, near the Brownsville Sports Park, police said. “Right now, we do not suspect foul play,” Sandoval said shortly after Cerda’s body was discovered. “There’s no signs of any foul play… We’re going to wait for the autopsy.”myrgv.com
Police speak to Scottish leader Sturgeon over mask slip-up
Police said Monday that they spoke to Scotland’s leader to reminder her about sticking to coronavirus mask rules after she was filmed without a face covering indoors, Police Scotland said officers reminded First Minister Nicola Sturgeon of the “importance of wearing a face covering when there is a legal requirement to do so.”.
Russian official warns of attacks on Kyiv, Mariupol, more: CBS News Flash April 11, 2022
The head of a Russian republic warns plans are being made to attack Mariupol, Kyiv and other major Ukrainian cities. The U.S. has accused the official of human rights abuses. The White House is expected to roll out a long-anticipated rule regarding hard-to-trace “ghost guns.” And the world’s top-ranked golfer, Scottie Scheffler, won the Masters as Tiger Woods had his worst showing ever at the tournament in his first outing since a serious car wreck.news.yahoo.com
Woman who allegedly attacked McCully store clerk over masking arrested at Honolulu airport
Mar. 5—Honolulu police said Adrienna Francisco, the 20-year-old woman wanted for allegedly assaulting a McCully convenience store worker who asked her to wear a mask, has been arrested. The Sheriff Division arrested Francisco at the Daniel K. Inouye Airport at about 4 :05 p.m. Thursday. Police and CrimeStoppers thanked the public for their assistance in locating Francisco after earlier this ...news.yahoo.com
Pharr sexual assault suspect kills himself after traffic stop, police say
PHARR — A man wanted for the aggravated sexual assault of a minor killed himself after Pharr police stopped his vehicle in Donna Monday afternoon, according to a news release from the Pharr Police Department. At about 5:27 p.m. Monday, Pharr police found the 56-year-old driving on the Expressway through Donna and pulled his vehicle over near the 700 block of East Interstate, police said. “Once Mr. Pogue was pulled over, he exited his vehicle and shot himself in the chest one time,” the news release said. Police did not release any other information as they continued to investigate. Anyone with any information regarding the incident is urged to contact the Pharr Police Department at (956) 402-4700 or Pharr Crimestoppers at 787-TIPS or 1-800-648-TIPS.myrgv.com
Las Vegas police search for suspects in hookah bar shooting
Las Vegas police searched Sunday for suspects a day after after 14 people were shot during a party at a hookah lounge, leaving one man dead and two others critically wounded. Detectives believe two suspects who they did not identify exchanged gunfire inside the hookah bar and fled before police arrived before dawn Saturday, police said. Police didn’t immediately provide an update Sunday on a possible motive for the shooting, release new details or provide information about the suspects they were seeking.news.yahoo.com
States are dropping indoor mask mandates, but is it premature?
More states are ending indoor mask mandates as COVID-19 cases drop as the winter Omicron surge declines, but President Biden says the move is "probably premature." John Moore, professor of microbiology and immunology and Weill Cornell Medical College, joins CBS News to discuss if it's safe to start taking off your mask.news.yahoo.com
Police say red-light runner now charged in crash that killed 1, injured another
A red-light runner who caused a fatal crash on Saturday is now charged in the wreck, Houston police said Monday. Kyle Nolen Lozano, 40, is charged with intoxication manslaughter and intoxication assault in the 351st State District Court.The crash happened in the 10900 block of Beamer Road about 5:20 p.m.In a news release, authorities said witnesses told them that Lozano was driving a white Cadillac Deville at a high rate of speed northbound when he ran the red light and struck a gray Ford Escape traveling on Fuqua Drive with a green light. Paramedics transported the driver of the Ford to an area hospital where he died. A female passenger, 55, in the Ford was transported to a hospital in critical condition. Houston police said Lozano was intoxicated. He was taken to an area hospital for treatment of minor injuries, subsequently charged and then booked into jail.The identity of the male victim, 45, has not been released.