Possible suspect in Texas shooting arrested, U.S. media say

Possible suspect in Texas shooting arrested, U.S. media say

Francisco Oropesa, the prime suspect in the Texas shooting that last weekend claimed the lives of five Honduran nationalswould have been arrested Tuesday by authorities in Cut and Shoot, Texas.according to the NBC.

The media outlet, citing San Jacinto County (Texas) District Attorney Todd Dillon, explained that. authorities are awaiting confirmation of the man’s identity.who has been charged with first-degree murder and is already in jail.

The Chains CNN y Fox News confirmed the news. Fox assured that the suspect Was arrested by border patrol agents “without incident.”. There was a $100,000 reward for his capture.

San Jacinto County sheriff, making statements after the shooting.

The suspect in the shooting is also a migrant

Oropesa is a citizen of Mexican nationality 38 years old.

Friday night I was shooting with his semi-automatic rifle in the garden of his home. in the Texas town of Cleveland when one of his neighbors came up to him and asked him to stop making noise because it was very late and the family, including some children, could not get to sleep.

The man responded by breaking into his neighbors’ home to shoot at them in the neck and head, as if it were an “execution,” according to the police report.

Inside the dwelling were 10 people and five lost their lives. The names of the deceased are Daniel Enrique Lazo, 9; Sonia Argentina Guzmán, 25; Diana Velásquez Alvarado, 21; Obdulia Molina Rivera, 31; and José Jonathan Cáceres, 18.

Diana Velásquez had permanent residence in the U.S., while. the rest were in the country irregularly.

According to U.S. authorities, Oropesa had been deported to Mexico at least four times since 2009.

Kayleigh Williams