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Male adult injured in domestic violence incident

A male adult was transported to a San Antonio hospital after he was involved in a Domestic Violence incident.

Maverick County Sheriff deputies responded to a residence on Montemayor Sr. in Las Quintas sector regarding a domestic disturbance.

Upon arriving at the scene, deputies made contact with two Individuals who needed medical assistance.

The Eagle Pass Fire Department EMS personnel were summoned to the scene to evaluate and assist both Individuals.

EMS then proceeded to transport both Individuals to the Fort Duncan Regional Medical Centers Emergency Room for treatment of wounds suffered in the Domestic Disturbance.

A male adult was then transported to a San Antonio hospital due to the severity of his injuries in the Incident.

The Maverick County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the matter.

Actualización de datos sobre COVID

El condado de Maverick hasta el martes 2 de junio tiene una tasa de infección del 5% para el virus COVID-19 con 125 casos positivos.

Tenemos una tasa de mortalidad del 0.8% (1 muerte) con una tasa negativa del 77.9% (1,956 resultados negativos) y una tasa de recuperación del 29.6% con 37 personas recuperadas.

Hemos realizado 2,511 pruebas o aproximadamente el 4.3% de nuestra población total de 58,722.

Maverick County COVID update

Maverick County as of Tuesday, June 2 has a 5% infection rate for the COVID-19 Virus with 125 positive cases.

We are at a 0.8% mortality rate (1 death) with a 77.9% negative rate (1,956 negative results) and a
29.6% recovery rate with 37 people recovered.

We have had 2,511 tests conducted or about 4.3% of our total 58,722 population tested.

Murder suspect out on bond

Maverick County Sheriff Tom Schmerber reported that 21 year old Luis Perez Jr. who is accused of murdering 19 year old Brian Davila on May 23 was granted bond on May 30th.

Sheriff Schmerber added that Perez had originally been held without bond and a municipal Court Judge ended up structuring a $1,000,000 bond which was then decreased to $150,000.

Perez did make bond and was released from custody on May 30.

The tragic murder occurred on May 23 when an altercation occurred at the intersection of El Indio Highway and Mathiwos Dr. at approximately 5:00 pm.

During the altercation it’s alleged that Perez shot Davila at least once impacting him in the head area.

Perez, fled the scene, leaving the victim fighting for his life.

Tragically, Davila passed away an hour later at the Fort Duncan Regional Medical Centers Emergency Room.

Law Enforcement Officials were able to track down Perez at his residence.

Perez who had injuries was also transported to the hospital emergency room due to what’s described as stab wounds believed to possibly have been sustained during an altercation with Davila.

The Eagle Pass Police Department Detectives Division is currently investigating the murder.

Stabbing in Seco Mines Sector

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A stabbing was reported today at 6:15 pm near the area of Dr. Gates and Diaz St. in the Seco Mines Sector of the community. The victim was transported to Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center for further treatment. More information and updates as they are released.

Actualización de datos sobre COVID en el condado de Maverick

El condado de Maverick hasta el jueves 28 de mayo tiene una tasa de infección del 5.3% para el virus COVID-19 con 116 casos positivos.

Tenemos una tasa de mortalidad de 0.9% (1 muerte) con una tasa negativa de 77.5% (1,712 resultados negativos) y una Tasa de recuperación del 22.4% con 26 personas recuperadas.

Hemos realizado 2,208 pruebas o aproximadamente el 3.8% de nuestra población total de 58,722. Con 380 o aproximadamente el 17.2% de los resultados pendientes.

Maverick County COVID update

Maverick County as of Thursday, May 28 has a 5.3% infection rate for the COVID-19 Virus with 116 positive cases.

We are at a 0.9% mortality rate (1 death) with a 77.5% negative rate (1,712 negative results) and a
22.4% recovery rate with 26 people recovered.

We have had 2,208 tests conducted or about 3.8% of our total 58,722 population tested. With 380 or about 17.2% of results pending.