• October 16, 2021

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EPCSO: Horizon City man dies after dirt bike hits wall

El Paso County Sheriff’s Office (EPCSO) officials announced Tuesday afternoon the death of a Horizon City man after a dirt bike crash. According to the EPCSO, on October 12, at about 7:00 am their Patrol units sent to the 1200 block of Zapata, behind SISD’s Desert Wind Elementary, about a motorcycle accident. Deputies assigned to […]Read More

EPCSO arrests man after allegedly threatening Deputy with ax

Officials with the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office (EPCSO) announced Sunday the arrest of a man who allegedly threatened a Deputy just north of Horizon City. According to an EPCSO news release, on Friday,  October 8, Deputies were sent to the block of 100 Ascension about a subject disturbance. When deputies arrived, they say the […]Read More

EPCSO Deputies arrest man with Fentanyl, Meth

Earlier this week, El Paso County Sheriff’s Office (EPCSO) Deputies in the Lower Valley arrested a man after a traffic stop revealed both meth and fentanyl in a vehicle. According to EPCSO officials, On September 7th, Deputies from the Peter J Herrera Patrol Station made a traffic stop at the 1300 block of North Darrington. […]Read More

EPCSO searches for another sex offender who failed to return

El Paso County Sheriff’s Office (EPCSO) officials say that last week, another sex offender failed to return to the facility located just south of Horizon City and across the street from the Sparks neighborhood. According to EPCSO, on September 3, 2021, Guadalupe Saldana Jr. left from the El Paso Transitional Living Center, after he was […]Read More

EPCSO searching for sex offender who failed to return to

Wednesday afternoon, officials with the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office (EPCSO) announced they were searching for a sex offender who failed to return to the facilities located in Far East El Paso. According to EPCSO, Zackary Ethan White left the El Paso Multi Use Facility, located at 1700 Horizon Boulevard, two miles south of Horizon […]Read More

UPDATE: EPCSO two now charged in abandoned dog incident caught

Almost two weeks after the video of a dog being abandoned near Horizon City was shared on social media, El Paso County Sheriff’s Office says the investigation into the case is closed and charges have been filed. According to a Tuesday night news release the Sheriff’s Office has presented criminal charges to the El Paso […]Read More

Texas Tech University Medical Students meet with EPCSO Deputies

Earlier this week,  El Paso County Sheriff’s Office (EPCSO) Deputy Juan R. Garcia and Deputy Jorge Alvillar held a meeting with medical and dental students at the Northwest Patrol Station. EPCSO officials share that the students are from the Texas Tech University Health and Sciences Center in El Paso. As part of their program they […]Read More

EPCSO honors Joint Task Force-North with appreciation plaque

Last week, El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Commander Ryan Urrutia presented Major General Simmons and the Joint Task Force – North with an Honorary Deputy appreciation plaque. “Thank you for your selfless dedication and commitment to the El Paso Community,” EPCSO officials said. Members Joint Task Force – North rallied to collect food and toys […]Read More

UPDATE: EPCSO says One dead, two injured after Sunday morning

El Paso County Sheriff’s Office officials say that while the incident at the 300 block of Canyon Vista Drive in Horizon City, remains an active investigation, they have released limited details. EPCSO officials announced Thursday evening that 18-year-old Samuel Vasquez Jr. died. Additionally, an 18-year-old male and a 16-year-old juvenile male were also injured as […]Read More

Fallen EPCSO Deputy Peter J. Herrera honored by Big Bend

During a ceremony held last week, the Big Bend Area Law Enforcement Officers Association and the Midland Police Department honored fallen El Paso County Sheriff’s Deputy Peter J. Herrera. The annual fallen officer memorial ceremony, paid tribute to local and regional law enforcement members who lost their lives in the line of duty. The organization […]Read More

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