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Suspect arrested, charged in summer South Side murder

Suspect arrested, charged in summer South Side murder



2017-12-07T00:00:01+0000

San Antonio police have made an arrest for a murder that happened over the summer.

Emmanuel Mendoza arrested in connection with shooting death of Robert Reyes Jr.



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If he was a minority there is no way this would have happened. Double standards are Sickening.

The son masterminded an ambush, that killed his mother and brother. The father was supposed to die too. He lived and forgave his son. The killer wanted the one million dollar insurance money!

I pray that the people who are making negative comments never have to go through this with their child. I am for the death penalty but as a parent I am happy for them.

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I’ve transported hundreds of convicted people to Huntsville Texas. I’ve also had the opportunity to talk to them while in transit.

What a slap in the face to our judicial system and the men and women who go out every day and try and protect us . Shame Shame Shame

Why? How much did they contribute to his campaign fund?

He shot and killed his mother and brother and also the father who survived

I'm sorry for what you have been through. I HOPE you understand that we expect you to pay for his keep with every dime you have or make. David Sherman check this out

What did his son do?

Killed his Mother and Brother

Hi from South Austin

What did the son do?

So happy for you!

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Wow frances.

Big mistake.

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I’d rather have cold, wind, rain and snow. I dont want the hot weather. It makes me so sick. 😩

I get dizzy a lot and faint a lot. Even when I drink nothing but water. Born and raised in Cruces but my body never liked the heat. 😂

No, we need warmer temperatures, no wind and no rain so we can open the track next Friday night and start our season.

60 degree weather? Thats a summer day for me right now.. I been in 20° weather for 2months...

Over here in Las Vegas Nevada too it's windy and cold

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Come to Connecticut 😎

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