April 9, 2012 News Center 23 Morning Update
BROWNSVILLE — Good morning, I'm Na'Tassia Finley with your News Center 23 update. Today is Monday, April 9th, 2012.
Today we'll be working to get more information on a woman's body that was found in an alley way in McAllen yesterday. The body was located on South 17 St.
Authorities tell News Center 23 the cause of death is unknown at this time and that the investigation is ongoing. We'll be working to bring you the very latest tonight in your Upper Valley report at 5:15.
Brownsville police detectives need your help in catching a man who allegedly stole a laptop from a local pizza restaurant. Last month the victim left a laptop at the restaurant. Employees turned it in to the manager. A man then contacted the manager to claim the laptop. The next day, the actual owner of the laptop called the location and was told that it was already given out. The victim filed a theft report. If you have any information, you are asked to call Brownsville Crime Stoppers at 5-4-6-TIPS.
Upper valley police are investigating a shooting that happened over the weekend.
A woman was shot in Alamo on Tower Rd. and Sioux Rd. Her condition is still unknown. The suspect or suspects fled the scene and are still at large. Sheriff Trevino believes the possible suspects are either in Mexico by now or on their way. We'll bring you the latest as this story unfolds.
The teenager killed in a biking accident has been identified. Fourteen year old Damian Antonio Ochoa died after he was hit by an 18-wheeler. The accident happened last Saturday near International Blvd and Frontage Rd. Ochoa was a Lopez High School 9th-grader.
A woman is arrested for allegedly hitting her boyfriend over the head with a wine bottle. Harlingen police responded to a call on Taylor Avenue. A man said he and his girlfriend, Christa Parker, had been fighting and the argument soon became physical. The man says his girlfriend struck him at least 15 times with a wine bottle causing the bottle to break. The man suffered cuts to his head and arms.
The Livingway Family Church in Brownsville held their 14th annual Easter egg hunt over the weekend at the Brownsville Sports Park. Between three and four thousand kids attended to hunt for the thousands of eggs scattered across the field. About 17-thousand dollars in prizes were invested in the egg hunt.
Join us tonight for your Upper and Lower Valley reports, right here on News Center 23 at five and ten. Until then you can visit our website at KVEO.com or check us out on Facebook...KVEO TV News Center 23.
Have a great Monday. Take care!