In the wake of homicide suspect James Loren Brown's autopsy report being released, Police Chief Art Acevedo is addressing the public on the investigation into
Autopsy reports for the suspect in Esme Barrera's murder show the 25-year-old died by asphyxia.
Friends of Esme Barrera, 29, told KXAN they are hopeful police have identified who killed their beloved friend, but think this case is still far from closed.
James Loren Brown worked as a waiter at the IHOP restaurant near Downtown Austin and co-workers say he was well-liked and a hard worker.
The killing of 29-year-old Esme Barrera frightened neighborhoods surrounding the University of Texas at Austin and appeared to stump police. But they got a big
While Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo said there is a predator who is no longer among the community, he was reluctant to say early Friday morning that Esme
Police announced on Thursday that a man who committed suicide this month might be connected to the murder and assaults in the north campus area.
Austin police will be talking with University of Texas-area businesses about ongoing crime and safety concerns.
Wednesday night the police chief spoke at the North University Neighborhood Association to address people's concerns in the wake of the murder of Esme Barrera.
More than 400 people turned out to remember a music mentor who was slain on New Year's Day.
There will be a benefit concert in memory of Esme Barrera at Club 1808 on East 12th Street. Bands will begin playing at 6 p.m., and proceeds will go to the
"Somebody knows something, and fortunately, criminals like to talk," said Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo, heading the effort to find Esme Barrera's killer.
The killing of a beloved teaching assistant and music mentor has renewed a conversation about Austin police staffing numbers.
Thursday's benefit concert starts at 7 p.m. at the Scoot Inn, located at 1308 E. 4th Street. Organizers said all proceeds will go to Esme Barrera's family.
A volunteer program on the University of Texas campus aims to keep students safe by keeping them from walking home alone.
The desire to catch Esme Barrera’s killer is leading to several tips but also some misinformation.
Jessie Johnson, from the Waterloo family, remembers Barrera and the light she brought to many lives.
Family and friends gathered Tuesday to pay their respects to a 29-year-old teaching assistant killed New Year's Day.
Police Chief Art Acevedo told a crowd of more than 100 concerned citizens Monday night that APD is committed to finding Esme Barrera's killer.