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Metro Editor — The McAllen Monitor

Metro editor at @monitornews in Rio Grande Valley. Freelancer for @ReutersUS. Displaced Cheesehead. Views are my own.

Former La Villa warden charged in bribery probe targeting Rep. Canales, who denies involvement - The Monitor: Premium

themonitor.com — Canales last week said he was the defense attorney for Luis Martinez-Gallegos, who was named in the criminal complaint against Sylvia San Juanita Vasquez as a defendant who had his $2.5 million bond reduced to $50,000, which allowed him to be released from the Hidalgo County Jail and deported to Mexico, allowing him to escape prosecution in the U.S.

Reply to former sheriff’s appeal details case, notes key bond reduction - The Monitor: Local News

themonitor.com — Prosecutors revealed previously unpublished details about the case into Treviño from his presentence investigation report - a document that normally remains out of the public's eye. In it are details how Julio "Nandy" Davila petitioned an unidentified local justice of the peace to have a bond reduced for reputed drug trafficker Tomas "El Gallo" Gonzalez, whose testimony has been described in court as being key to taking down Treviño.

Former La Villa warden charged in bribery probe targeting Rep. Canales, who denies involvement - The Monitor: Local News

themonitor.com — A Homeland Security Investigations spokesperson had no immediate comment Tuesday morning. Canales last week said he was the defense attorney for Luis Martinez-Gallegos, who was named in the criminal complaint against Vasquez as a defendant who had his $2.5 million bond reduced to $50,000, which allowed him to be released from the Hidalgo County Jail and deported to Mexico, allowing him to escape prosecution in the U.S.

Feds allege former La Villa warden had ties to Ochoa, Canales bond reduction scheme - The Monitor: Local News

themonitor.com — A Homeland Security Investigations spokesperson had no immediate comment Tuesday morning. The case against Bravo, 55, remained under seal late Tuesday morning. He made an initial appearance Tuesday morning before U.S. Magistrate Judge Peter Ormsby. Also appearing in federal court Tuesday morning was Sylvia San Juanita Vasquez, who also has been charged with accessory after the fact in the bond reduction case.

Feds arrest woman who said she paid bribe to reduce bond; Rep. Canales denies wrongdoing - The Monitor: Local News

themonitor.com — The man's bond was dropped from $2.5 million to $50,000. Agents say that allowed him to post bail and be released into federal custody for deportation to Mexico. Homeland Security Investigations agents arrested Sylvia San Juanita Vasquez on Monday. She was charged with being an accessory after the fact, which carries a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison.

Feds arrest woman who said she paid lawyer to bribe former JP Ochoa for bond reduction - The Monitor: Local News

themonitor.com — Vasquez is accused of helping a Mexican national facing federal drug trafficking charges pass a bribe to former Justice of the Peace Ismael "Melo" Ochoa, who reduced his bond. The case against Vasquez reveals previously unknown details into the ongoing federal investigation into Ochoa, who pleaded guilty to bribery last month in the 370th state District Court and was sentenced to probation.

Immigration surge, corruption, tragedy and progress: The RGV’s top 10 stories of 2014 - The Monitor: Local News

themonitor.com — With all the negative stories came promise, as well. Continued progress on uniting the region's two public universities into one with its medical school moved forward. And confirmation that a launch pad will be built near Brownsville will send rockets into space in the coming years.

Gang-related arson at Edinburg doctor’s office fueled by $448K cash theft, police say - The Monitor: Local News

themonitor.com — The fire happened the evening of April 22 at Bravo Medical Center, 5517 Doctor's Drive, where firefighters found three guns and a large amount of charred cash inside two exam rooms, according to a criminal complaint. Edinburg police launched an investigation into the cash and guns and filed no criminal charges against the business owner, Dr. Leonel Villarreal Cantu.

Sources: Corruption probe targets top cops' sons - Local News - The Monitor

themonitor.com — Federal agents searched the Mission Police Department, where they searched and seized narcotics investigators' "documents and other items" late Wednesday evening, Mission police Chief Martin Garza said. Two unmarked white pickup trucks with tinted windows were seen leaving the police department as local television stations arrived after 9 p.m.

Gulf Cartel hit man arrested in Rio Grande City; cops seize $187k in cash - Premium - The Monitor

themonitor.com — Rodriguez, who identified himself as "Comandante Boris," told Starr County High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area investigators during a Thanksgiving Day interview that he worked for the Gulf Cartel as a sicario - a hit man - tasked with securing territory against members of Los Zetas.
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Jan 24, 2015

When is the last time a team rushed the court after beating Iowa State? Has it ever happened? #Iowastate

Jan 24, 2015

RT @dmhj: Back in December 2002, then-Pharr police Officer Geovani Hernandez made the front page of El Sol #rgv pic.twitter.com/BBjyyIwJ1t

Jan 23, 2015

@byejaredjanes CARRIZO CANE! @ABC: Border security bill calls for eradication of plant that grows along Rio Grande: fus.in/1z0n0TT

Jan 23, 2015

RT @GlobalPost: There’s a new list of world's deadliest cities. @ioangrillo explains why LatAm ranks worst glpo.st/1yCS5uN pic.twitter.com/lRO5OiXQ4Q

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