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Police find man’s body in central El Paso; no arrests yet in ‘murder’

UPDATE: Police on Tuesday said the body of a murder victim discovered in central El Paso the prior day was that of a man, but they were still working on confirmation of his identity.

Detectives also said no arrests had yet been made for the slaying.

ORGINAL REPORT: EL PASO, Texas -- Police found a body Tuesday morning in central El Paso and labeled the death a case of "murder."

Police said officers doing a welfare check made the discovery in the 1700 block of Texas, in a business section near downtown, about 8 a.m.

A police mobile command post was on scene and Crimes Against Persons detectives were examining the area for evidence; the entire street was shut down.

Police didn't identify the victim nor indicate of any arrests had been made.

No further details were immediately available.

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Jim Parker

Jim Parker is the Director of Digital Content for ABC-7.

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  1. It’s a white maggot living under the cotton bridge. They are all over there. Whites abandoned by their irresponsible families left to be taken care of by working Americans. The filth is under the cotton bridge. Go see for yourself. Madmikes/K1DPR/Jeff alllens/nadodave’s breed.

      1. Considering EP is 90%+ Hispanic the panhandlers are almost always Hispanic. But the bigger question is if panhandling is illegal why isn’t it enforced?

  2. It is past time for KVIA to ban alberto and his multiple personalities. He is obviously mentally ill. He is permanently banned by the Herald Post for these reasons.

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