Criminal Investigations Division
The Criminal Investigations Division is commanded by Lieutenant Eloy Martinez and Sergeant Dario Gonzalez who directly supervise 5 (five) Detectives, a Support Services staff member and 2 (two) K-9 handlers . Investigating crime represents the most obvious responsibility of the Criminal Investigations unit. Personnel in this division are responsible for follow-up investigations of criminal cases. They work closely with victims, witnesses, citizens, and other law enforcement agencies to solve problems and crimes.
|Rank / Title||Badge Number / Name||Phone #||Email Address|
|Lieutenant||108 Eloy Martinez||(956) 361-3880 ext email@example.com|
|Sergeant||114 Dario Gonzalez||(956) 361-3880 ext firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Detective||123 Martin Guzman||(956) 361-3880 ext email@example.com|
|Detective||130 Manuel Alvarez||(956) 361-3880 ext firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Detective||166 Jose Santos||(956) 361-3880 ext email@example.com|
|Detective||171 Jose Benavides||(956) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Detective||169 Gabriel Gonzalez||(956) email@example.com|
|Support Services||162 Oscar Lara||(956) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|K-9 Handler w/ Officer Chuy|
|K-9 Handler w/ Officer Greg||173 Rendell Stansbury||(956) email@example.com|
Detectives generally specialize in areas such as major crimes, property crimes, personal crimes, juvenile and sex crimes, and white collar crimes (frauds, forgeries and counterfeiting). Depending on their assignment, investigators carry a continuous "case load". The Criminal Investigations Sergeant will assign cases depending on their significance and solvability factors. Solvability factors include those leads which help investigators solve the case. Examples include names or descriptions of suspects, serial numbers or identifying marks on stolen property, or witnesses to the crime.