The single mother leaves behind five children, four daughters, and one son in Mexico.
Upon arrival, police made contact with the victim who stated that her ex-boyfriend, 25-year-old Juan Villarreal, had held her against her will and not allowed her to leave her apartment for four days.
Officers conducted a search based on probable cause and discovered a syringe with a dark substance in Pappas front pocket. Officers also found a yellow colored small zip lock bag with a dark substance in Pappas purse. The bag was similar to the one found earlier in the child's hand.
Surveillance video reviewed later showed two black men enter the store one after the other, one carrying a red gift bag, says court paperwork.
Aguilera was not wearing a helmet at the time he was ejected from his motorcycle.
The officer said as he was kneeling he felt something through his pants above his knee and saw the woman had teeth close to his thigh.
The two were traveling eastbound in a black 2015 Toyota Camry. While in the inside lane, the driver struck the concrete barrier wall of the North Mopac Northbound Service Road at a high rate of speed.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a man involved in a North Austin crash that left one man dead. The man has been identified as Elmer de Jesus Cortez-Reyes.
Two Austin patrol cars were stopped at a red light in North Austin when a driver failed to stop for the light in time and rear-ended one.
Austin police say a car traveling down Rutland Drive ran a red light and hit a sedan on the passenger side. The driver of the sedan died at the scene.
Police cars blocked off the Mopac service road Tuesday morning near the Arbor Walk shopping center as they investigated the crash.
According to police, one person was pronounced dead at the scene and another was detained.
Responding officers detained an individual matching the description of the suspect a short time later, according to APD.
Police are in the area of the 8600 block of Research Blvd Sv Rd and have closed 183 NB at Olhen Rd as traffic is being diverted away from the area.
The stadium, which is being paid for by the team, will hold a little more than 20,000 fans. The site was selected for being near the Domain.
ATCEMS started CPR on the patient who was previously pinned in the vehicle. That patient has suffered critical, life-threatening injuries and is currently on the way to Dell Seton.
According to court documents, after noticing where the victim was sitting, Crohn left the premise and then immediately came back with a hammer in his hand. Crohn then walked over to the victim, woke him up and smashed the hammer over his head.
He pled to 20 years in prison for intoxication manslaughter, four years in prison for intoxication assault and four years for leaving the scene of an accident.
Tamara Lynn Calvery, 29, has been charged with first-degree felony injury to a child.
One stabbing occurred late Saturday the night, while the second stabbing happened early Sunday morning.