Police identify woman who shot herself before her Mercedes crashed

Police Tuesday identified a Central Texas woman who they say evidently shot herself before her Mercedes crashed into a fire hydrant in front of her home.

A former Central Texas tax assessor-collector who pleaded no contest to attempted theft by a public servant has been ordered to pay an additional $16,000 in restitution.

An autopsy was ordered after the death of a woman found unresponsive in a car outside a home in a local residential neighborhood.

Police Tuesday identified the 46-year-old lawyer who opened fire at the Texas condominium complex in which he lived.

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