” EDINBURG — A restaurant owner fatally shot a man who police say appeared to have climbed through the roof of the establishment early Tuesday morning.
About 4 a.m. Tuesday, Gilbert Medina broke into the Pumpjack Mexican Restaurant, 711 W. Monte Cristo Road, said Lt. Oscar Treviño, an Edinburg police spokesman.
The restaurant had been broken into three times before in recent weeks, having cash and TV’s stolen, Treviño said.”
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” Police have not identified the restaurant owner, but no criminal charges have been filed in the case. Texas’ “castle law” was extended from a person’s home to their workplace in 2007, allowing workers to use deadly force if they feel they are in danger.”
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