They Call Me Ranger Ray
Betty Wilke Cox
Rio Bravo Pub., 2005 - Martinez, Ramiro - 266 pages
The autobiography of the Austin Police Officer that faced down the Tower Sniper and ended his life in 1966. Officer Ramiro "Ray" Martinez later became a narcotics agent for the Department of Public Safety, then was promoted to one of the most coveted law enforcement positions in America, a Texas Ranger. After retirement, he was elected Justice of the Peace in New Braunfels, Texas.
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Review: They Call Me Ranger RayUser Review - Fredrick Danysh - Goodreads
Martinez tells the story of his life from childhood in the Texas panhandle and Mexxico to retirement on the edge of the Texas Hill country. Starting his law enforcement career as a ploiceman in Austin ... Read full review