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Past articles by Quixem:

Man accused of killing victim after heated discussion about 'Black Lives Matter' movement

A Renton man is facing first-degree murder charges after he allegedly killed a victim during a heated discussion about the "Black Lives Matter" movement last week. Authorities said James Schultz, 34, was at Cedar River June 18 when he engaged in a conversation with Nicholas Germer over the "Black Lives Matter" movement, which has been the focal point of nationwide protests in the wake of George… → Read More

Woman accused of setting 5 police vehicles on fire during Seattle protests

(KOMO) – A woman from Tacoma was arrested Thursday morning and faces five federal counts of arson in connection to burning five Seattle Police Department vehicles during George Floyd protests. Margaret Aislinn Channon, 25, was arrested at her Tacoma home for allegedly setting five patrol vehicles on fire that were parked in the area of Sixth and Pine. U. S. Attorney Brian T. → Read More

Dentist accused of torching boxes of medical masks in attempt to destroy office

BELLEVUE, Wash. (KOMO) – A dentist from Bellevue in Washington state is accused of burning boxes with protective medical masks and gear in an attempt to destroy his office even as local doctors scramble to get those supplies to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. It was the second arson at the office in consecutive days, police allege. Firefighters were first called to a fire at the suspect's A to Z… → Read More

Starbucks closes first store due to partner testing positive for coronavirus

SEATTLE - Starbucks announced its first store closure due to the coronavirus outbreak Friday evening after one of its store partners tested positive for COVID-19. Rossann Williams, Starbucks executive vice president, said in a letter to partners the local coffee giant immediately closed the Starbucks at 1st and University once test results revealed a positive COVID-19 case. The closed Starbucks… → Read More

Suspects posed as baby photographers drugged woman, planned to steal infant, officials say

Authorities said a woman and her daughter posing as newborn photographers drugged a woman earlier this month and planned to steal an infant to raise as their own. The Pierce County Sheriff's Department arrested a 38-year-old woman and her 16-year-old daughter Friday from their Spanaway home following reports of the suspects drugging a woman while posing as infant photographers. Investigators… → Read More

Tacoma man caught texting on plane about molesting children sentenced to prison

A Tacoma man charged with child sex abuse crimes after a passenger on an airplane allegedly spotted the man's explicit texts about molesting children was sentenced Friday to more than a decade in a prison. Michael Kellar, 58, was sentenced in the U. S. District Court to 15 years in prison for conspiracy to produce child pornography. → Read More

Man indicted for shooting, killing victim outside his home

A Bexar County Grand Jury indicted a man Friday evening accused of killing a victim outside his home. The indictment accusesGabriel Matthew Montoya, 21, of killing David Colunga Jr, 46 outside a home along Shemya Avenue, near Commercial Avenue and Gillette Boulevard. Investigators said Colunga was at his home Nov. 10, 2019 when he went outside to meet someone. Within seconds police said several… → Read More

JACKPOT! $17.5 million lottery ticket sold in Laredo

Someone in Laredo woke up Thursday morning feeling like a million bucks. $17. 5 million actually. The Texas Lottery said a winning lottery ticket worth $17. 5 million was sold Wednesday night in Laredo. The winner has not claimed the prize. → Read More

Police identify person of interest after woman finds dead man outside apartment

Police said they have identified a person of interest in a 2018 murder case after a woman walking her dog found a dead man outside an East Side apartment. A woman walking her dog made the grisly discovery at the Ivy Apartments Aug. 9, 2018 and alerted authorities. Officers were called at about 1:45 a. m. to investigate when they found Thomas Sheppard, 28, on the ground in the back of the… → Read More

San Antonio named one of deadliest U.S. cities for cyclists, study says

While riding your bicycle certainly has its benefits -- namely in health and reducing fossil fuel emissions -- San Antonio remains one of the deadliest cities in the country for cyclists. The number of cyclists death have increased 25 percent nationwide since 2010 according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a rapid increase that coincides with an increase in bike share… → Read More

Man walks into Circle K, steals 12-pack of beer and robs cash register

Police need your help finding a man that stole a 12 pack of beer from a convenience store and robbed the cash register. Police said the suspect walked into the Circle-K at 5500 Blanco Road and grabbed a 12-pack of beer on Dec. 15. He pressed the 12-pack on the counter, placed his hands in his pockets, gestured like he had a weapon and demanded all of the cash from the register according to… → Read More

Armed suspects rob downtown hotel after asking to borrow cell phone

A pair of armed suspects are on the run after robbing a downtown hotel last week. Police said the suspects walked into the Grand Hyatt Hotel on 600 East Market Street just after 2:30 a. m. The woman asked a man to borrow a cell phone Jan. 7 then the man pulled out a weapon and demanded money, police said. The victim briefly struggled with the suspects, who fled the area. Police are looking for a… → Read More

Police: Suspects stole 'expensive' power tools from Home Depot, punched employee in face

Police are searching for two men accused of stealing from Home Depot earlier this year and punching an employee in the face. Investigators said two men entered the Home Depot at 2658 Southwest Military Drive and both grabbed expensive items from the power tools section. The suspects walked past the registers and towards the exit doors without making an attempt to buy the items, police said. → Read More

Construction worker found by co-workers with gunshot wound to face, dies at hospital

A construction worker was found by his co-workers early Monday morning with a gunshot wound to his face. Police said a man in his late 40's was shot in the face in the 5200 block of Eisenhauer Road. One of his co-workers found the man in his vehicle just before 7:30 a. m. and alerted authorities. He died shortly after at the hospital, police said. Investigators said the victim's money and other… → Read More

Police: Gymnastics coach accused of raping student for two years

A local gymnastic coach is facing charges for allegedly raping one of his students for two years according to an arrest affidavit. Police said Robert Thomas Kotara, 33, sexually assaulted one of his gymnastic students for several years. The victim told police she was in a sexual relationship with Kotara since she was 16 years old. The now 18-year-old was one of Kotara's gymnastic students since… → Read More

Severe storms dropped heavy rain in San Antonio, hail in some areas

Severe storms moving through the area Friday night dropped heavy rain in San Antonio and some surrounding counties received hail. Damaging wind gusts from the storms were powerful enough to clip trees and many areas in San Antonio lost power as a result of the severe weather. The forecast said the storms could have produced isolated tornadoes, but we have no reports of tornadoes in the area. CPS… → Read More

SNOW DAY 2020: Abilene blanketed by several inches of snow overnight

Snow Day 2020. Yes, it's totally a thing. The Abilene area was blanketed by snow Friday night, with some areas receiving as much as three inches. Many residents, like Cheri Marderosian, woke up to their front yards completely covered in snow. (Video courtesy: Cheri Marderosian) While the snow won't last long -- the forecast projects dry weather and sunny skies returning before noon Saturday --… → Read More

Woman arrested for trading fake winning lottery ticket for car, police say

A woman is behind bars after she duped a local car dealer with a fake lottery ticket according to an arrest affidavit. Investigators said Margarita Escobar, 30, and her accomplice went to a car dealership at 11930 Southeast Loop 410 to buy a 2009 Chevy Malibu. Escobar offered a winning Texas scratch off lottery ticket worth $5,000 in exchange for the car. The victim tried to cash in the lottery… → Read More

Lawsuit against San Antonio for banning Chick-fil-A at airport moving forward

A lawsuit against the City of San Antonio for banning a popular fast food restaurant at the airport is moving forward. District Judge David Canales ruled Friday against the city's motion to dismiss the lawsuit after officials voted March 21 to remove Chick-fil-A from the San Antonio International Airport. “We are disappointed with the outcome of the hearing and will evaluate our legal options… → Read More

12-year-old dog in San Antonio facing death needs life-saving donations

A local San Antonio dog with several tumors is facing death and needs life-saving donations to save her life. San Antonio Pets Alive! said Reyna, a 12-year-old terrier mix, arrived to the organization on the brink of death. The organization said Reyna needs life-saving surgery and ongoing care. Reyna had several mammary tumors removed, including one that suddenly ruptured. Another one of her… → Read More