Mark Reagan

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Mark Reagan is a reporter for The Monitor. He can be reached at [email protected] or at (956) 683-4437.

Sheriff’s office nabs Weslaco man accused in August drive-by shooting

The Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office arrested an 18-year-old Weslaco resident on Saturday who was wanted for his alleged role in an August drive-by shooting. Heriberto...

High court rejects appeal in ’97 kidnapping, murder

The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals this week dismissed an application for a writ of habeas corpus filed by a McAllen man serving life...

High court won’t hear appeal in cartel-linked double homicide

Without a written order, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals rejected an appeal from a 31-year-old Mission man convicted of a 2012 double homicide...

Charges dropped against former Edinburg city manager Juan Guerra

The assault charge against former Edinburg City Manager Juan Guerra has been dropped. Edinburg police arrested Guerra on Jan. 15 and accused the former official...

Mission police to pay man $225K over shooting

The city of Mission has agreed to pay a 53-year-old man who was shot in the stomach with a breaching round at his parents'...

Peñitas man charged in fatal Dec. 11 crash

The Texas Department of Public Safety says a 23-year-old Peñitas man who was behind the wheel of a fatal Dec. 11 crash had been...

Bombshell allegations drop during Edinburg chief’s arbitration 

EDINBURG — On Friday, Edinburg Police Chief Cesar Torres sat in the same city council chambers where he accepted the job as the city's...

Palmview man charged with attempted murder for shooting last Friday

Police arrested a 30-year-old Palmview man early Wednesday morning on accusations that he shot a 40-year-old man in the leg last Friday. Alonso Matamoros is...

City of Mission asks for protective order over fatal police shooting records

The city of Mission is asking that a judge sign a protective order prohibiting the family of the man who killed a Mission police...

Former sheriff’s office official pleads not guilty to theft indictment

A former Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office official has waived his arraignment and pleaded not guilty to multiple charges of theft. Jose Padilla, 60, had been...