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Date: 9/7/2013
Time: 11:30 a.m.

APD Conducting Homicide Investigation

Arlington officers responded to a call around 1130 a.m. today (Saturday, September 7, 2013) in the 2100 block of Madison Drive at a local apartment complex. The caller reported that she had arrived at the location and saw two adults inside the location who appeared to be deceased. Upon arrival, first responders located an adult man and woman deceased inside the apartment. It is still very preliminary, however at this point of the investigation this appears to be a homicide investigation.
Investigators are canvassing the neighborhood and speaking with family members and neighbors. We are working to determine a motive and identify the person or persons responsible for this incident.
A vehicle, previously thought to be missing, has been located and was possibly on loan to another family member.
Additional updates will be provided as they become available. Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Byron Stewart at 817-459-5691. The public can also provide tips by calling Tarrant County Crime Stoppers at 817-469-TIPS (8477). Tipsters can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for this crime.

Report #130049823

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9/11/2013 Two arrested in connection with weekend homicide
Arlington police investigators arrested two men in connection with the deaths of Mack Torres and Aracely Charles, both age 31. The man and woman were both found deceased from apparent gunshot wounds in Mr. Torres’ apartment Saturday.

It is believed that the victims were shot in response to a previous argument. Anibal Hernandez, 20, of Arlington was taken into custody yesterday and remains in the Arlington City Jail facing a Capital Murder charge. Bail is set at $250,000. A second suspect, Juan Carlos De Jesus, 24 of Irving, was also arrested and is facing a charge of Tampering with Evidence in connection with this double homicide. Bail is set at $50,000.

9/13/2013 Third suspect arrested in double homicide
Arlington Police have arrested a third suspect in the fatal shooting last weekend of a man and woman. Miguel Trevino, 21, of Euless was arrested Thursday in Houston by the U.S. Marshal’s Gulf Coast Task Force and was surrendered to the Arlington Police Department Fugitive Unit last night. Trevino remains in the Arlington City Jail facing a capital murder charge with bail set at $100,000.