Vigil set for women allegedly killed by Border Patrol agent

LAREDO, Texas (AP) -- A vigil will be held in South Texas for four women who investigators say were killed by a U.S. Border Patrol supervisor.   

The gathering is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. Tuesday at San Agustin Cathedral in Laredo. Those attending will include family of the victims.   

Juan David Ortiz was arrested Saturday while hiding in a hotel parking garage. Investigators believe he fatally shot four women during separate attacks after taking each of them to desolate areas outside of Laredo. Investigators say a fifth victim escaped and contacted authorities.  

Ortiz is facing several charges, including four counts of murder.   

Those killed include 29-year-old Melissa Ramirez and 42-year-old Claudine Anne Luera. A third victim was a 28-year-old transgender woman who authorities said had the birth name Humberto Ortiz but was known as Janelle. The fourth victim's name hasn't been released.