Tag: investigation

Status of Limón probe unknown; trustees stress urgency

By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ Managing Editor editor@sbnewspaper.com After months of infighting and internal conflict, members of the San Benito CISD Board of Trustees have come to a consensus on at least one thing: No one seems to know what’s going on concerning the investigation into Antonio G. Limón, who remains on paid leave as Superintendent of …

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WHO WILL LEAD? Permanent superintendency remains in limbo

By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ Managing Editor editor@sbnewspaper.com The common theme concerning the future of the San Benito CISD superintendent position, at least according to two members on the Board of Trustees, is uncertainty. As an investigation remains pending into matters she said are of “concern,” Board Secretary June Aguilera said on Tuesday she was “not sure” …

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BREAKING: Meeting called to suspend SBCISD superintendent

By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ Managing Editor editor@sbnewspaper.com A special meeting of the San Benito CISD Board of Trustees has been called by Board President Yliana G. Rodriguez to suspend Superintendent of Schools Antonio G. Limón. According to Limón, the meeting is scheduled for 4:45 p.m. on Thursday, May 23, at the John F. Barron Administration Building …

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Questions remain in soldier’s death

By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ Managing Editor editor@sbnewspaper.com Though military authorities have shed more light on the case of Staff Sgt. Roberto Reyna’s death, the circumstances surrounding his passing remain largely unknown. Christopher Grey, Chief of Public Affairs and Media for the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command in Quantico, VA, said on Friday that Reyna may have …

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BREAKING: Body of decorated soldier from San Benito pulled from Chattahoochee River

By FRANCISCO E. JIMENEZ Staff Writer reporter@sbnewspaper.com The body of a man recovered from the Chattahoochee River, which borders Alabama and Georgia, has been identified as a soldier from San Benito. According to a press release from the Fort Benning Media Relations Branch, the body recovered from the river has been identified as 35-year-old Staff …

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Probe into girl’s death ongoing

By FRANCISCO E. JIMENEZ Staff Writer reporter@sbnewspaper.com San Benito police continue to investigate the death of 7-year-old Ruby Ramirez despite authorities, citing preliminary autopsy results, indicating that she may have succumbed to asphyxiation by choking on a balloon. When asked about developments in the investigation, San Benito Police Department Assistant Operations Chief Michael Galvan deferred …

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YOUNG LIFE LOST: Police investigating first grader’s death

By FRANCISCO E. JIMENEZ Staff Writer reporter@sbnewspaper.com Local police are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a 7-year-old San Benito girl, a Sullivan Elementary School first grader, after she reportedly collapsed on campus Monday. The student was identified as Ruby Ramirez early Tuesday evening by Pastor Jay De La Cruz of Iglesia Cristiana …

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