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Two McAllen, Texas police officers were murdered in what’s being called a calculated “ambush” when responding to a domestic violence call in the South Texas city.
Officer Edelmiro Garza, 45, and Officer Ismael Chavez, 39, were shot and killed by 23-year old Aldon Caramillo. The suspect in the shootings reportedly killed himself shortly after shooting the police officers. The officers had been responding to a call reporting domestic violence at a home.
McAllen Police Chief Victor Rodriguez was overcome with emotion as he explained the situation to local media, revealing that the two officers had suffered fatal wounds from the shooting.
#MCALLEN McAllen Police says two police officers have been shot to death while in the line of duty while responding to a domestic violence call. The suspect shot himself and died in front of his family. “Our officers never stood a chance, they were doing their job.” @cbs4rgv pic.twitter.com/F5BD6rMpij
— Sydney Hernández (@SydneyHdzTV) July 11, 2020
Caramillo reportedly had a lengthy criminal history according to McAllen Police, which includes arrests for DWI and possession of marijuana.
The story is developing, and Big League Politics will continue to monitor the situation.
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Author: Richard Moorhead
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