UPDATE: Man charged with murder may be illegal

The 36-year-old man accused of shooting Jenaro Saucedo to death Tuesday in front of two girls is believed by law enforcement officials to be in the country illegally.
Ector County Sheriff Mike Griffis said deputies request verification from Immigration and Customs Enforcement when they suspect someone does not have the proper citizenship documents.
If ICE believes the accusation may be warranted, they place an ICE hold on the person’s bond.
Leonardo Santos Lopez-Mazariegos, charged with a count of murder, was being held Friday at the Ector County Detention Center on $500,000 bond and an ICE hold.
Lopez-Mazariegos and Saucedo, who are ex-brothers-in-law, reportedly got into a verbal argument Tuesday night at 803 S. Moss Ave., when Saucedo was picking up his 9-year-old niece.
Lopez-Mazariegos then reportedly shot Saucedo in the head with a shotgun, sheriff’s deputies have reported. It was the second shooting death in less than 24 hours, as Phillip Alvin Rodriguez is accused of shooting to death his wife of 28 years, Phyllis Rodriguez.