Well known as the ice cream man in the area, Urias began selling ice cream during the pandemic after being laid off from work. Anything he earned he would send home to his wife and daughter in Mexico.
The Austin Police Department says Austin 911 received a call about a man shot and when officers arrived they found a man, later identified as Adeliado Bernabe Urias, with a gunshot wound lying in the parking lot.
Officers interviewed witnesses and learned the man was known to sell ice cream around the neighborhood and was pushing his cart through the complex when three Black males confronted him.
TABC says agents visited nearly 1,500 Texas businesses this past weekend to verify that they were complying with the order. 59 were found to be operating in violation of the order; 52 of those agreed to immediately close.
Upon arrival, police found a white 2013 Chevrolet Silverado truck with a passenger who had been badly injured.
The Chevrolet continued across dirt and gravel and then struck a concrete bridge support on the back-right passenger side of the vehicle.
APD says it's not believed that driver impairment or speeding were factors in the crash.
Initial reports from medics said a single adult patient was ejected from a motorcycle in the collision and that CPR was in progress.
Police say the incident appears to be isolated and have identified most of the people involved. Detectives are currently in the process of locating and interviewing them.
Main Event in North Austin has joined other Texas business in reopening and now they are looking to give back to health care workers.
APD says two female suspects briefly entered the 7-Eleven on Rutland Drive around 3 a.m. on June 1 then exited. They returned less than a minute later, accompanied by two additional female suspects and four male suspects.
Meal packs will be made available to children 18 and under and will include seven breakfasts and seven lunches.
APD says there is no vehicle description available at this point in the investigation. Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to call the Vehicular Homicide Unit at 512-974-8544.
Police say the package is in the 9700 block of Great Hills Trail in North Austin.
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At approximately 11:50 p.m. on June 1, 33-year-old Roberta Gail Ruggles was struck by an Austex Flatbed truck while she was walking in the 3900 block of North I-35.
Documents state the victim's right arm was severed above the elbow and that he also suffered a head injury.
Looters broke the glass of one of the front doors at the Target at Capital Plaza and were able to enter the closed building.
It was determined that the source of the odor was a vehicle gas tank found inside of the apartment. TCSO VICE unit was called to the scene where they seized approximately 30 - 40 kilos of methamphetamines.
One of the vehicles Richardson hit had three minor children in it, another had two.