Blog Posts in October, 2012

  • San Antonio Man Arrested on Sexual Abuse Charges

    || 31-Oct-2012

    A 25-year-old San Antonio man was accused of lying about his age and sexually assaulting a teenager, according to Kens5 News Radio. According to the report, in mid-September, “the pair allegedly met at a local department store. At the time, the suspect claimed he was in high school.” The man, Rafael Vera, then allegedly enticed the 14-year-old “into meeting him at a local park ...
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  • No Probation for Drunken Motorists

    || 21-Oct-2012

    Two admitted drunken drivers were convicted of intoxication manslaughter in separate jury trials on October 11, according to the San Antonio Express-News. Rene Moreno, 27, was ordered to serve 20 years in prison, and Janeth Herrera, also 27, ended up in prison, but for nine years. They both had pleaded guilty and asked for probation; however, their requests were rejected by the jurors. ...
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  • Police Chase Ends With Death of 3-Year-Old

    || 15-Oct-2012

    A San Antonio family is “clinging to life” at University Hospital after what started as an undercover drug bust “ended in a deadly crash along I-35” in mid-September,according to Channel 5 News. Walter Maspero, a 3-year-old, was killed in the crash, and his mother, father, and two younger siblings were in critical condition. The family’s other child, who was also in ...
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  • Argument Over Pot Prices Lead To A Shooting

    || 11-Oct-2012

    A man was shot on September 18 in the parking lot of an elementary school, because he started arguing with a drug dealer about prices. Fortunately, the man survived the situation with a grazed leg. Mysanantonio.com reported a story about the incident. Erick Velasquez, 21, had arranged to meet with the dealer to buy a pound of marijuana, he told the police. He was walking to the dealer’s home ...
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