Thursday, January 20, 2022

Texas teen arrested after shooting, killing his own mother: police

Must Read

COVID-19: Europe considers accepting the virus

When the coronavirus pandemic was first declared, Spaniards were ordered to stay home for more than three months. For...

As Nefarious Jeffrey Epstein, Bill Clinton Connections Surface, Prince Andrew Disappears from Social Media

Britain’s Prince Andrew’s social media accounts are disappearing as he continues to find himself immersed in the Jeffrey Epstein...

Americans not hungering for Biden-Trump 2024 presidential election rematch: poll

A new poll indicates that that most Americans are not hoping to see a President Biden versus former President...

A 15-year-old Texas boy faces capital murder charges after he confessed to shooting and killing his own mother inside her home, authorities said Saturday.

Dallas police officers responded to Mclean Avenue for an abandoned child call just after 4:30 p.m. on Friday, the Dallas Police Department said in a news release.

NEW JERSEY POLICE OFFICER FATALLY STRUCK NURSE WITH VEHICLE, DROVE BODY TO HIS MOM’S HOUSE: REPORTS

Officers learned that an unknown individual had dropped off a two-year-old child at her great-grandparents’ home. The great-grandparents were concerned about the child’s grandmother, who was supposed to be caring for her, and requested a welfare check. 

Aime Salinas-Alvarado, 47, was found dead inside her home with a single gunshot wound to the head, police said.
(FOX4 Dallas KDFW)

The child’s grandmother, 47-year-old Aime Salinas-Alvarado, was found dead inside her home with a single gunshot wound to the head, police said.

An investigation determined that Salinas-Alvarado’s teen son had shot and killed her before taking the child to her great-grandparents’ home, the news release said.

CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

Police said the suspect then took his mother’s car and drove to a friend’s house, where he was taken into custody without incident.

The teen gave a full confession to homicide detectives and was arrested, police said. The teen was then taken to the Henry Wade Juvenile Detention Facility.

It was not immediately clear whether the teen had an attorney. Police did not say what the teen’s relationship was to the two-year-old child.

Read more