Mexican drug link probed in ambush murder of Texas lawman

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The death of a Bexar County sheriff’s sergeant who died in a hail of gunfire as he sat in his patrol car is being investigated for a possible connection to Mexico’s drug cartels, county officials said on Tuesday. — Sergeant Kenneth Vann was “targeted because he represented the government,” Sheriff Amadeo Ortiz told Reuters. — Vann, 48, was in uniform, sitting in his marked patrol car at a corner on San Antonio’s southeast side early Saturday when a small white car pulled up beside him, and somebody in the car fired an estimated 28 shots from an automatic weapon, possibly an AK-47 rifle, Ortiz said. No suspects are in custody. — “I think that they picked on a police officer because he was a symbol of authority,” Ortiz said on Tuesday… Read More


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