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    Francisco Oropesa and partner were ‘plotting escape to Mexico’ after Cleveland massac

    Texas shooting – live: Francisco Oropesa and partner were ‘plotting escape to Mexico’ after Cleveland massa
    Ariana Baio,Josh Marcus,Rachel Sharp and Sravasti Dasgupta
    Thu, May 4, 2023 at 10:30 AM EDT·54 min read




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    Francisco Oropesa and his partner were allegedly plotting their escape to Mexico after he killed five of his neighbours in a horror mass shooting in Cleveland, Texas.
    Authorities said on Wednesday that the suspected gunman hid out in a home near Conroe just miles from the massacre while Divimara Lamar Nava brought him donuts from a local store.
    Ms Lamar Nava also allegedly delivered a message to Mr Oropesa’s cousins asking them to help in their escape over the border – all the while she was pretending to cooperate with investigators.
    She is now facing charges for helping Mr Oropesa following his capture on Tuesday.


    The accused gunman had been the focus of a dramatic four-day manhunt in the wake of Friday’s shooting which unfolded when his neighbours asked him to stop shooting near their home because a baby was trying to sleep.
    He allegedly stormed into his neighbours’ home with an AR-15-style rifle and opened fire on people inside.
    Sonia Argentina Guzman, 25, her nine-year-old son Daniel Enrique Laso-Guzman, Diana Velazquez Alvarado, 21, Julisa Molina Rivera, 31, and José Jonathan Cásarez, 18, were all killed in the shooting.
    Key Points


    • Texas shooting suspect in custody four days after five people killed over noise complaint
    • Five dead in Texas shooting as armed suspect on the loose
    • Police found Oropesa by surveilling his wife
    • Victims in deadly Texas shooting named as survivor recounts confronting gunman with machete
    • What do we know about the suspect?

    Who are the victims of the shooting?

    15:10 , Ariana Baio
    Five people died last Friday during a shooting in Cleveland Texas.
    Daniel Enrique Laso-Guzman, 9, attended Northside Elementary in Cleveland where students assembled memorial offerings that included flowers, stuffed animals and a soccer ball.
    Daniel loved soccer, and his third-grade classmates all signed the ball. The school’s principal said Daniel had a contagious smile.
    Sonia Argentina Guzmán, 25, was the mother of Daniel Guzman and the first to die during the shooting.
    Wilson Garcia said he urged his wife to retreat after suspected shooter Francisco Oroepsa approached the home armed with a gun. But Ms Guzman told Mr Garcia, “told me to go inside because ‘He won’t fire at me. I’m a woman.’”
    Ms Guzman was from Honrudas. Her brother, German Guzman, said his sister moved to the United States looking for work.
    Diana Velásquez Alvarado, 21, was the mother to two children.
    Ms Alvarado left Honduras when she was a teenager, seeking opportunity. According to the Associated Press, Ms Alvarado received residency status in the United States recently.
    Julisa Molina Rivera, 31, was also the mother to two children.
    Ms Rivera shielded a baby and a two-year-old girl from gunfire during the attack, saving the children’s lives.
    José Jonathan Casarez, 18, was also from Hondruas. There is little information about him as of now.
    Francisco Oropesa’s bond increases

    14:50 , ariana.baio
    The San Jacinto County Sheriff’s Office announced on Wednesday evening they would be increasing suspected shooter Francisco Oropesa’s bond from $5m to $7.5m.
    Neighbour describes moment police swooped on suspect

    14:20 , Rachel Sharp
    A neighbour has described the moment police swooped on suspected shooter Francisco Oropesa.
    Angel Lozano told The Associated Press that he was unloading tools from his truck on Tuesday night at his home in Cut and Shoot close to the city of Conroe.
    All of a sudden he said he saw a stream of unmarked police cars pouring into the neighbourhood.
    “A bunch of people got out with guns and they went straight to the house and surrounded the area,” he said.
    “It was a really fast job they did. They got him without people getting hurt or another shooting.”
    Multiple agencies involved in arrest of fugitive gunman

    14:00 , Ariana Baio
    Multiple law enforcement agencies were reportedly involved in the capture Tuesday evening of Francisco Oropesa, a Texas man accused of killing five of his neighbours on Friday.
    US Marshals, the Texas Department of Public Safety, and the US Border Patrol all were part of the operation that captured the 38-year-old, ABC 13 reports.
    Divimara Lamar Nava was bringing donuts to fugitive husband, officials say

    13:40 , Rachel Sharp
    Divimara Lamar Nava was allegedly bringing donuts to her fugitive husband while he was on the run from law enforcement over Friday’s mass shooting, according to officials.
    Francisco Oropesa was arrested on Tuesday after he was found hiding under a pile of laundry in a home in Cut and Shoot, near Conroe.
    His wife was then arrested on suspicion of helping him.
    Authorities said on Wednesday that the suspected gunman hid out in the home where he showered and slept.
    Ms Lamar Nava brought him donuts from a local store and also delivered a message to her husband’s cousins asking them to help in their escape over the border, according to prosecutors at a court appearance.
    At the same time she was pretending to cooperate with investigators.
    Vigil held for youngest victim of Texas shooting:

    13:20 , Rachel Sharp
    A vigil was held in the memory of a nine-year-old who lost his life along with four others after a man opened fire at the boy’s home in Cleveland, Texas.
    Namita Singh reports:




    Vigil held for youngest victim of ‘truly horrible’ Texas shooting
    Police found Oropesa by surveilling his wife

    13:00 , Ariana Baio
    New details have emerged in the arrest of Francisco Oropesa, who was wanted for allegedly shooting five people in the city of Cleveland, Texas, on Friday.
    Police located the 38-year-old after a multi-day search by surveilling his phone and then his wife.
    Officers tracked the woman to a home near Cut and Shoot, Texas, that was associated with a family member, and Texas Department of Public Safety tactical officers entered the building, finding Mr Oropesa in a closet, CNN reports.
    Arrested: Domingo Castilla

    12:40 , Rachel Sharp
    One of the individuals arrested in connection to the Texas mass shooting has been named as Domingo Castilla.
    “Several” arrests were made after Francisco Oropesa was taken into custody – but officials have kept their identities under wraps.
    San Jacinto County District Attorney Todd Dillon said at a press conference on Wednesday that one of the people arested was Mr Oropesa’s friend Mr Castilla.
    He was charged with marijuana possession but is expected to also face charges of obstructing Mr Oropesa’s apprehension, Mr Dillon said.
    He was arrested on Tuesday in the Trail’s End neighborhood not far from where the five victims were shot dead.
    Francisco Oropesa and wife were allegedly plotting their escape to Mexico

    12:20 , Rachel Sharp
    Francisco Oropesa and his wife were allegedly plotting their escape to Mexico after he killed five of his neighbours in a horror mass shooting in Cleveland, Texas.
    Authorities said on Wednesday that the suspected gunman hid out in a home near Conroe just miles from the massacre while Divimara Lamar Nava brought him donuts from a local store.
    Ms Lamar Nava also allegedly delivered a message to her husband’s cousins asking them to help in their escape over the border – all the while she was pretending to cooperate with investigators. The cousins refused.
    She is now facing charges for helping Mr Oropesa following his capture on Tuesday.
    FBI thanks law enforcement who helped capture suspect

    12:00 , Ariana Baio
    FBI Assistant Special Agent Jimmy Paul thanked law enforcement agencies and officers for their assistance in capturing suspected shooter Francisco Oropesa.
    “To the victims and the families, you are at the forefront of our minds. We are delighted that he’s finally in custody.”
    Mr Paul added, “Thank you to the person who had the courage to call in this tip. We always said it wasn’t a matter of ‘if’ but ‘when’ he would be captured, and we’re glad this evening was that ‘when’ we’ve all been waiting for.”
    “Thank you to all of the FBI personnel and partner law enforcement agencies who’ve worked non-stop to arrest this individual to try to bring some justice to the 5 victims and return a sense of security back to the San Jacinto County community.”


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    FBI is putting up billboards and offering 70k reward for escaped illegal alien cop killer Alder Marin-Sotelo.

    Special thanks to each of you who is sharing our online wanted posters for illegal alien murder suspects Alder Marin-Sotelo & Francisco Oropesa.

    Thankfully, Francisco Oropesa was captured and is in the custody of law enforcement in Texas now under a 7.5 million dollar bond for the mass murder of five undocumented Honduran nationals near Houston. Authorities say he and his wife planned to escape to Mexico when caught.

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