Gabriel Monte, A-J Media

Gabriel Monte

A-J Media

Mountain View, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • A-J Media
Past:
  • El Paso Times
  • Times Record News
  • ReporterNews

Recent articles by Gabriel:

Capital murder charge filed against suspect in 2019 beating death of elderly Slaton man

David Wayne Hampton now faces a possible punishment of life in prison without parole or the death penalty. → Read More

Lubbock man found guilty for role in 2017 armed robbery

Joshua Gilder faces five years to life in prison and will be sentenced in late June District Judge William Eichman in the 364th District Court. → Read More

Man sentenced to 17 months in federal prison for smuggling undocumented immigrants

Angel Andres Fraga-Hernandez faced up to five years in prison after pleading guilty in January to a count of transportation of an illegal alien. → Read More

Man accused in carjacking at Texas Tech facing federal charges

Victor Yannis Jr. is charged with carjacking, which carries a punishment of up to 15 years in prison. → Read More

Michigan man allowed to represent himself in federal court over attorney's objections

Thomas Boukamp is accused of of taking a Lubbock teenager across state lines to sexually abuse her three years ago. → Read More

Bart Reagor reports to federal prison

Federal prison records online show Bart Reagor is being held at the Oakdale prison unit in Louisiana. → Read More

150 pounds of marijuana found after chase ends in crash near downtown Lubbock

The vehicle chase left a white minivan disabled in the 1600 block of Avenue Q and a red SUV disabled in the 1400 block of Avenue Q → Read More

Man sentenced to 8 years in fatal 2020 New Years Day crash

Raymundo Miguel Gamboa pleaded guilty to a count of manslaughter in connection with the Jan. 1, 2020 crash that killed 28-year-old Jose Friere. → Read More

Lubbock man admits to sexually abusing girl, attempting to produce child pornography

Casey Earl Bratcher pleaded guilty to a count of attempted production of child pornography, which carries a punishment of 15 to 30 years in prison. → Read More

Ruling upheld denying reduced bond for suspect charged in Lubbock double homicide

Justices found that District Judge William Eichman court acted within his authority when he denied Ricky Clardy's request to reduce his $500,000 bond. → Read More

Federal judge denies Bart Reagor's motion for continued release

An Amarillo federal judge found Bart Reagor's failed to show that his appeal raised an issue that could cast doubt on his conviction. → Read More

Bart Reagor seeks continued release from prison during appeal

A motion filed by Reagor's attorney is asking the court to allow his client to remain out on bond until justice with United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit rules on his appeal. → Read More

Two area men convicted of drug crimes among recipients of presidential clemency

President Joseph Biden, Jr. granted clemency to 78 people including two panhandle men convicted of drug crimes, James Darrell Walker and Nickolas Cano. → Read More

Warrant: Suspect admits to fatally shooting man from 10 feet away at South Lubbock home

Fabian Canales was arrested Saturday in connection with the shooting death of 49-year-old Tim Lara at a South Lubbock home. → Read More

Hollis Daniels appears in court for scheduling conference in Texas Tech capital murder case

Hollis Daniels has been held at Lubbock County Detention Center since 2017, accused of killing Texas Tech police officer Floyd East Jr. of El Paso. → Read More

Former Dimmitt plant manager, accomplice plead guilty to fraud scheme

Philip Ian Thomas, 41, and Hadley Lane Jones, 30, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. → Read More

Suspect sent threats before fatally stabbing father-in-law, according to arrest warrant

Lubbock police on Sunday arrested Jonathan Mermella in connection with the stabbing death of 48-year-old Robert Flores. → Read More

Slaton contractor sorter who stole checks, mail sentenced in federal court

Joe Rivas faced up to five years in prison after he pleaded guilty in December to a count of conspiracy to possess stolen mail. → Read More

Local leaders kick off child abuse prevention awareness month

State, county and city leaders dressed in blue kicked off this year's Go Blue Lubbock an award and ribbon cutting ceremony at the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce office in Downtown. → Read More

Doobie careful: Lubbock attorney, law enforcement offer warnings as New Mexico pot law begins

New Mexico begins recreational cannabis sales Friday. Lawyers say to use common sense to avoid criminal charges in Lubbock, where it's still illegal. → Read More