ME’s office identifies woman killed in alleged love triangle
SAN ANTONIO – The medical examiner’s office has identified a victim in an alleged love triangle that left one woman dead and another in jail. Officials say the victim, who the ME’s office identified as 40-year-old Yvette Salinas, went to a home on Seashell Drive -- not far from Five Palms and West Military -- late Tuesday night to confront 35-year-old Priscilla Caballero. Woman arrested in alleged love-triangle slaying at Southwest Side home, police sayInvestigators say they believe the two women were romantically involved with the same man who lives on Seashell Drive. Police say the women got into a fight, and Caballero shot Salinas in the head and fled the scene. Caballero was later arrested and is now facing murder charges in the case.
Do you have a star on the top of your drivers license? You now have until October 2021 to get it
Do you have a star on the top of your drivers license? ... States require a 12-month delay and that the new deadline for REAL ID enforcement is (now) October 1, 2021." To recap: Starting Oct. 1, 2021, every air traveler 18 years of age and older will need a REAL ID-compliant drivers license, state-issued enhanced drivers license, or another acceptable form of ID to fly within the U.S. For information by state, including where to obtain a REAL ID, visit the DHS REAL ID website and click or tap on your state on the map. Read more: REAL ID FAQs