May 3, 2023

USA: Texas Mass Shooting Fugitive, Who Shot 5 People In Their Home Who Lived Next Door After They Asked Him To Please Keep It Down, Has Been Captured. His Wife Arrested For Helping Him Hide.


Murder is already a crime. We don't have a gun problem. We have a lack of self-control problem, a criminal supremacists problem and a Commie Democrats local district attorney's, judges, parole officers soft on crime problem, not doing shit to catch the criminals as in crimes go unsolved, and when they do catch the criminals, they immediately release them back onto the streets to allow them to continue terrorizing the community. These same people siding with the criminals want to take away YOUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT to keep and bear arms in order to defend yourself, your business, your family and home against these criminal supremacists and a tyrannical government. Remember, criminals DO NOT obey laws. Therefore, criminals will have access to guns through gun trafficking venues and you will be left defenseless with no guns because the same government siding with criminals THEY'RE ALLOWING to terrorize you with guns said they wanted to keep you safe from guns. The anti-gun prosecutors are not even prosecuting gun crimes. But god forbid you kill an intruder, robber or rapist in self-defense in your home or on your private property, these same Commie Democrat district attorneys or prosecutors will charge you with murder and have you locked up for years in prison. (emphasis mine)
KHOU 11 published May 3, 2023: Texas shooting suspect: DA gives update on people arrested in manhunt. San Jacinto County District Attorney Todd Dillon gave an update on the people taken into custody when Francisco Oropeza was arrested.
KHOU 11 published May 3, 2023: Texas shooting suspect: New mugshot released of alleged gunman. Francisco Oropeza, 38, will face a magistrate judge Wednesday, according to the San Jacinto County Sheriff's Office.
NewsNation published May 2, 2023: Sheriff: Oropesa caught hiding in closet under laundry. Francisco Oropesa, the man at the center of an urgent manhunt accused of killing five people, has been captured, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in Texas confirmed. San Jacinto County Sheriff Greg Capers revealed during a news conference that Oropesa was caught hiding in a closet underneath some laundry and was arrested uninjured.
I'm typing this excerpt from the NewsNation video above because I want to point out that no man pretending to be a woman will never understand what it means to be a woman. Because men are from mars and women are from venus. Just because you altered the outside doesn't make you a woman, doesn't make you female. You will always be a man 1 billion years from now when future civilizations examine your skeletal remains. (emphasis mine)

Ashleigh Banfield said, "Just a reminder that they have been looking for Francisco Oropesa for 4 days now he's been on the run. As early as just a few hours ago, this is what's so remarkable about this folks, as early as just a few hours ago the headlines all over cable news have been zero leads. We've gone from zero leads in looking for that man with that incredibly distinctive tatoo on his arm to having caught him. This is what this news conference is about having caught the man suspected of not only gunning down 4 adults but a 9 year old boy inside that house that was his neighbor. The other fact that may have escaped you, because there have been a lot of manhunts in a lot of news this week, is that 2 WOMEN WERE FOUND INSIDE THAT HOUSE DEAD AND THEY WERE SHIELDING CHILDREN UNDERNEATH THEM. Those children survived unharmed but the 2 women were dead and the children were covered in blood. (emphasis mine)
KHOU11 News, Houston, TX local
written by Jaime E. Galvan, Michelle Choi, Ugochi Iloka, Cory McCord (KHOU), Associated Press
Wednesday May 3, 2023

COLDSPRING, Texas — Justice of the Peace Randy Ellisor says a man accused of killing five of his neighbors near Cleveland, Texas last week is now charged with five counts of murder.

Francisco Oropeza, 38, did not say much during his magistrate hearing Wednesday. Ellisor said Oropeza spoke through a translator and only said, "I see, I see," after hearing the charges.

His bonds total $7.5 million, $1.5 million for each count of murder. San Jacinto County District Attorney Todd Dillon said those charges are likely to be upgraded to capital murder once their investigation is complete.

“This is an unspeakable murder, unspeakable tragedy, but Mr. Oropeza will be held accountable,” Dillon said. “I want to be able to look that family in the eye and say that justice has been done.”

San Jacinto County Chief Deputy Tim Kean said Oropeza has been placed in a certain part of the jail that requires him to wear a protective vest to prevent suicide, but he is not suicidal.

Kean said he has been cooperating with their investigation, but doesn't seem to care at all about his arrest.

The arrest of Francisco Oropeza
  • Authorities said the FBI got a tip about Oropeza's location around 5:15 p.m. Tuesday. They said he was arrested around 6:30 p.m.
  • Oropeza was being held on a $5 million bond on one count of first-degree felony murder, but that was increased after he went before a magistrate judge and four additional murder charges were added. His bond now totals $7.5 million.
  • While Oropeza faces five counts of murder, those charges are expected to be upgraded to capital murder following an investigation.
  • The district attorney's office said they did not have a timeline yet for when Oropeza arrived in Montgomery County or how they got there.
  • According to authorities, they're exploring charges for those who helped Oropeza hide. It's unclear how many people actually helped him but officials said several people were being questioned.
  • Domingo Castilla, who officials say is a friend of Oropeza, was also arrested in Cut and Shoot and is being held on a possession of marijuana charge.
  • The unidentified person who called in the tip will receive the $80,000 in reward money.
Wife of Francisco Oropeza charged in his arrest The wife of Oropeza was one of the people taken into custody in connection with his arrest Tuesday night near Cut and Shoot, Texas, according to the San Jacinto County District Attorney's Office.

Oropeza's wife, Divimara Lamar Nava, 53, was arrested early Wednesday, Montgomery County Sheriff Rand Henderson told the AP.

She is being held in the Montgomery County jail on a felony charge of hindering the apprehension or prosecution of a known felon, according to online jail records. She is being held on a $250,000 bond.

Nava had previously denied knowledge of Oropeza’s whereabouts, Henderson said, but authorities believe she hid him at the relative's home where he was arrested Tuesday night.

Before Oropeza's arrest, the DA’s office said they believed Nava was cooperating.

They aren't sure if they are married or if they were common law, but they were living together as husband and wife.

Chief Deputy Tim Kean gave an update Wednesday morning outside of the San Jacinto County Jail.

Neighbors relieved Oropeza has been captured

Families in the area tell KHOU 11 News that they are relieved that Oropeza is in custody. Tensions had been running high in San Jacinto County as families were scared he could have come back and hurt more people.

One neighbor even said she had been carrying a gun just in case and wouldn't hesitate to shoot him if he threatened her family.

Authorities said the home where Oropeza had been hiding out is just 20 minutes away from the shooting scene.

Residents there were shocked to learn he'd been in their neighborhood.

"I mean, this is crazy. How he was like so close to me and I had no idea he was a really dangerous guy so it's kind of scary when I found out," Evelyn Echeverria, a neighbor, said.

Meanwhile, the families of the five victims are now in the process of making funeral arrangements for their loved ones.

The community is rallying behind them. KHOU 11 News has learned that there will be a vigil held in the neighborhood on Wednesday.

What we know about the arrest of Francisco Oropeza

"Everybody played a very intricate part in the arrest of this coward," Sheriff Greg Capers said.

He said tips came in from across the country during the search for Oropeza. Capers said the person who reported Oropeza's whereabouts would receive the tip money, which had ballooned to $100,000 earlier in the day.

Officials said Oropeza was arrested without incident at his aunt's home on Summer Hollow Drive, which appears to be in a neighborhood just north of SH 105 and east of Cut and Shoot, Texas.

"He was caught hiding in a closet underneath some laundry. They effectively made the arrest. He is uninjured," Capers said.

Authorities said they had previously searched at the location. They said they're not sure how Oropeza got there.

Capers also had a message for the survivors and families of the victims.

"They can rest easy now, and he will live out his life behind bars," Capers said.

Oropeza had been on the run since the shooting and state and federal law enforcement officials assisted in the search and capture.

What we know about the victims

Officials identified the victims as the following:

Daniel Enrique Lazo, 9
Jonathan Cรกceres, 18
Diana Velรกsquez, 21
Sonia Guzmรกn, 28
Obdulia Molina, 31

Global News published May 1, 2023: Texas gunman accused of killing his 5 neighbours was previously deported 5 times. WARNING: This story contains graphic details. Discretion is advised. As Texas police search for Francisco Oropeza, the man accused of killing his five neighbours execution-style, officials are now sharing new details about him, including the fact he was in the U.S. illegally. After the shooting, Oropesa is believed to have slipped past a two-mile perimeter set up around the crime scene. Jackson Proskow reports on how many times Oropeza was previously deported and how politics has now compounded the tragedy.
written by Neil Munro
Tuesday May 2, 2023

Pro-migration activists and journalists are trying to hide the reality a repeatedly deported illegal migrant was enabled by federal policy to murder five other migrants in Texas.

Francisco Oropesa murdered five neighbors late on April 28, all of whom were migrants from Honduras. Only one of the Hondurans, aged 21, had a green card, which was granted in December 2022 after she crossed the border as a teenager, according to current media reports.

Oropesa was deported at least three times during the tenure of President Barack Obama. But he was allowed to sneak back into Texas, and now establishment media sites are hiding the managed breakdown in border security under Democratic presidents.
ABC13 Houston published May 2, 2023: Cleveland mass murder suspect deported 4 times. Cleveland mass murder suspect has been deported 4 times, ABC News reports.
ABC7 News Chicago published Apr 30, 2023:'It's horrible': Father who survived mass shooting describes slaughter. "I never thought that he would shoot. Then he went room to room, looking for people," a survivor said of the rampage that killed his wife and son.
KTLA5 published Apr 29, 2023: 5 killed in ‘execution style’ mass shooting in Texas, suspect on the run. Five people are dead, including an 8-year-old boy, after police said a man under the influence shot them inside a Texas residence Friday evening. Police said the suspect, identified as 38-year-old Francisco Oropeza, is now on the run following the shooting in the town of Cleveland, Texas, which lies about 45 miles north of Houston. KTLA's Rachel Menitoff reports on April 29, 2023.

KTLA 5 News
written by Will Conybeare
Saturday April 29, 2023

CLEVELAND, Texas (KIAH) – Five people are dead, including an 8-year-old boy, after police said a man under the influence shot them inside a Texas residence Friday evening.

Police said the suspect, identified as 38-year-old Francisco Oropeza, is now on the run following the shooting in the town of Cleveland, Texas, which lies about 45 miles north of Houston.

Deputies with the San Jacinto County Sheriff’s Office were called to a home in the 100 block of Walters Road in the Trails End area of Cleveland on reports of harassment. As deputies were en route, the communications center received multiple 911 calls of an active shooter incident at the dispatch location.

When officials arrived, they found four people shot dead above the neck “almost execution style,” according to a release from the sheriff’s office.

A fifth victim, an 8-year-old boy, was not found dead inside the residence. He was taken to a local hospital via life flight, where he later died.

Preliminary information showed the victims had reportedly asked the suspect to stop shooting in the yard since a baby was trying to go to sleep. Police said the suspect was drinking at the time.

Three more juveniles were found covered in blood and taken to a local hospital. They were not injured.

Two more people were inside the residence. They were evaluated on scene and released.

Montgomery County SWAT cleared the suspect’s home, but they were unable to locate the suspect. Multiple agencies are now searching. A judge has issued an arrest warrant for the suspect with a $5 million bond attached.

Officers said they know who the suspect is and have video footage of him with the firearm via a Ring doorbell camera.

The investigation is ongoing.

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