Tag: Starr County District Attorney
The Cameron and Starr County district attorneys have filed a joint motion to withdraw from a combined 215 cases that they were appointed to in Hidalgo County because its DA has conflicts of interest.
The man accused of being paid $10,000 to lure 17-year-old Chayse Olivarez to a ranch where the Rio Grande City teen was shot and killed, dismembered and burned, has been convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to 35 years in state prison, prosecutors announced in a news release Friday.
With the Fourth of July right around the corner local law enforcement authorities across the Rio Grande Valley are partnering in campaigns aimed to curb drunk driving together with the Texas Department of Transportation.
The Rio Grande Valley’s top law enforcement officials are teaming up to focus on domestic violence after Texas’ third-highest death toll leaves 204 victims dead, including the highest number of firearm deaths ever recorded.