Monday, February 19, 2007

Willacy County district attorney posts bond

The Brownsville Herald - Online Edition: "A judge Monday arraigned Willacy County District Attorney Juan Angel Guerra on $22,000 bail after he was charged with three felony theft charges and a misdemeanor charge stemming from his reported attempt to stop police from entering his office.

Guerra, 51, who is serving a third term as district attorney, posted bond about 1 p.m. after spending the night in the Willacy County Jail.

Police arrested Guerra on Sunday afternoon following an investigation in which state District Judge Migdalia Lopez appointed former District Attorney Gus Garza as special prosecutor.

In his arraignment before Municipal Judge Hector “Tiger” Huerta, Guerra sat alongside attorney Gilberto Hinojosa, the former longtime Cameron County judge, as brother Aurelio Guerra, a county commissioner, stood behind him."

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