Season four of the series was said to be exploring the genesis of the country's notorious Juarez cartel, in the same way the third season examined Colombia's Cali cartel, whose fall shifted the drug wars to Mexico.According to local reports, authorities have had trouble piecing together the circumstances that led to his killing, given the dearth of witnesses.Netflix's season 4 is said to be exploring the origins of Mexico's infamous Juarez cartel just as season 3 focused on the rise and fall...
The victim was hospitalized and later pronounced dead.Robbery is a possible motive, investigators say.The person of interest is described as a mixed-race or black male with light skin, between 20 and 30 years of age. The man is between 5-foot-10 and 6 feet tall and about 180 pounds. He was last seen wearing a white shirt and blue jeans and was clean shaven with a short haircut.Anyone with information is asked to contact Arlington Police Det. Griesbach at 817-459-5325.
Video images released by the Tyler Police Department on its Facebook page indicate the incident took place Sunday afternoon, after the five - four females and one male - entered the store in the 2000 block of South Southwest Loop 323. After loading a mattress and other merchandise on a flat cart, apparently to shield their activity, they cut the lock off a storage shelf unit and, according to Tyler's KLTV-TV, removed 78 new cell phones.
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