The Baby Moses or Safe Haven Law allows parents to leave an unharmed baby, 60 days or younger, at a designated safe place no questions asked.
The Austin Police Department is asking for help in finding the mother of a newborn child found in a Northeast Austin neighborhood.
The two were identified as 15-year-old Julian Murillo and 16-year-old Gabriel Marmolejo.
The robbery happened on July 13 at 4:10 p.m. in the 2500 block of Sweeney Lane.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the APD Robbery tip line at 512-974-5092, Crime Stoppers at 512-472-TIPS or use the new Crime Stoppers App or APD’s mobile app, Austin PD.
APD says there is no ongoing threat to the public and that this is believed to be an isolated incident.
The suspect entered both locations, threatened a store employee with a handgun while demanding money and then fled the stores on foot.
Fire and EMS crews tried to save the man, but he succumbed to his injuries and died on scene just after 3 a.m. May 15.
The Austin Police Department and Travis County Constables wished some members of their community a happy birthday while they were staying home.
The investigation is taking place near the intersection of Daffan Lane and Decker Lane.
Two callers reported gunshots and screaming coming from a building and another reported two men and a woman had attempted to break into his apartment, saying also a man had been shot and was possibly dead.
The assault is estimated to have happened between 2:30 a.m. and 6 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26.
While parked, the man said two Hispanic men approached them and one standing by the driver door and the other by the passenger door. He said it appeared as though the two men were trying to get them to leave as one of them argued with Cervantes-Del La Torre through her open window.
Police have not confirmed at this time whether the suspects and the tenants in the deadly shooting knew one another.
When police arrived they found one woman with obvious trauma to her body, another person with obvious trauma to their body and a third person injured. Detectives investigated multiple scenes throughout the complex.
Police say the residents of a northeast Austin apartment opened fire on three people who entered their home and tried to rob them.
Police are now looking for the shooter, one of eight to ten men they believe were drinking at the victim’s apartment complex.
February 18 marks the 10th anniversary of a plane crash that happened in northwest Austin. 53-year-old pilot Joseph Stack took off from Georgetown Airport and intentionally flew into the Echelon Building which housed the IRS.
The victim, an on-duty front desk clerk told officers she had seen the suspect enter the lobby, and that she knew that he had committed previous thefts at the hotel.
The fire broke out just before noon Friday at the Muniz family home, on Halifax Drive.