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Monday, 11 August 2008

Jose Olvera,Jimmy Salinas, and Eduardo Morales arrested

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Jose Olvera, 25-year-old Jose Madero, 31-year-old Jimmy Salinas, and Eduardo Morales. Police say Morales was originally dropped off at Christus Spohn Memorial with injuries just moments after the shooting. "All of these individuals were talking about have been arrested and I know three of them have been convicted multiple times of offenses," added Smith.As the details surface, we're beginning to learn more about the suspects involved. For instance, for Jose Madero, this is not the first time he's faced a murder charge. He's was already convicted of murder in 2003. Five years later he was back on the street.
We've also learned 3 of the suspects are documented members of the prison gang known as the Mexican Mafia. While a motive for the shooting is not being released at this time, Smith says it was not a case of gang on gang crime. "We don't believe Danny Villarreal was a part of a rival gang or this was some dispute between two different gangs."If convicted the men could face anywhere between five years to life in prison. The death penalty is not an option. "On behalf of Carlos Valdez and District Attorney's Office, we pledge to do everything we can to seek justice for the victims in this case and for the community," said Nueces County Assistant District Attorney Mark Skurka.Bond has been set at $1 million for each of the suspects, and police promise more arrests could come in the coming days.

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