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Valley pharmacist out on bond

A pharmacy owner in Mission, was able to post a $100,000 bond and return home after spending almost a week in U.S. Marshal Service detention area. Law enforcement officials arrested the man on suspicion of committing health care fraud. According the prosecution, the owner of Penitas Family Pharmacy participated in filing almost $2 million in fraudulent claims.

FBI arrests Texas woman for "virtual kidnapping for ransom"

A police officer was driving down a highway when he got a phone call from a number he did not recognize. When he answered, he heard the unfamiliar voice of a woman screaming. Another voice broke in to tell him that unless he transferred money to the callers, he would never see his daughter again.

Dry University of Texas campuses expect fewer alcohol arrests

Because Edinburg is a proud home of the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, residents have access to quality education and research. While the presence of a university has undeniable economic and cultural advantages, it also comes with some occasional problems associated with alcohol and drug consumption.

Texas woman charged for what she failed to do in sex-crime case

It is possible in some circumstances to be arrested in Texas not for what you did, but what you did not do. A woman who lives about 500 miles north of Edinburg faces allegations that she failed to report the sexual abuse of an 11-year-old girl by her 56-year-old husband.

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