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Crime‘There is family somewhere’: Fort Bend deputies seeking to identify man’s remains found 9 years ago

23:36  16 july  2019
23:36  16 july  2019 Source:   khou.com

5 in custody believed to be tied to robberies in Fort Bend and Harris counties

5 in custody believed to be tied to robberies in Fort Bend and Harris counties Officers arrested multiple suspects believed to be involved in a series of robberies in both Fort Bend and Harris counties early Thursday. Officers were monitoring the area of Bissonnet and Beltway 8 around 2 a.m. when they saw two vehicles reported stolen trailing each other, according to the Houston Police Department. Marked units were called in and attempted to stop the suspects, but the drivers refused to pull over. One driver went to Club Creek before jumping out and trying to run. Officers used a stun gun and arrested him. Four other suspects, three men and a woman, went through a backyard on Leawood. Two of them ran and foot while two others stayed in the vehicle.

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*EDITOR’S NOTE: Photo above is an artist’s rendering of what the man may have looked like.*

The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office is hoping to identify the remains of a young Hispanic man that were found more than nine years ago.

The sheriff’s office said the remains were found Dec. 17, 2000 near the intersection of the 8500 block of W. Davis Estates Road and FM 1994.

“The remains were discovered in the rural area of Fort Bend County, actually in the vicinity of what is now the dump three or four miles from Fairchilds,” said Sheriff’s Office Detective Scott Minyard. “What we have to go on are the basics: estimated age, height and weight and the brand names on the clothing he was wearing.”

Man shoots mother during argument in Greenville County, deputies say

Man shoots mother during argument in Greenville County, deputies say A 28-year-old is accused of shooting his mother in Greenville County, according to Lt. Ryan Flood, with the Greenville County Sheriff's Office. The woman was found about 11:30 p.m. Wednesday in the front yard of the family's home on Edgemont Avenue, Flood said. She had at least one gunshot wound and was taken to the hospital with serious injuries, according to deputies. Flood said the shooting happened during an argument. The woman is in critical condition, Flood said. Her son, Michael Lee Sammons, was arrested Thursday morning in Anderson, Flood said. Sammons is charged with attempted murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime in Greenville County.

Forensic analysis determined the man may be from Guatemala or the southern region of Mexico. Clothing items found at the site included a brown “Pele” brand shoe, a black “Guess” wrist-band and “Route 66” brand blue jeans.

‘There is family somewhere’: Fort Bend deputies seeking to identify man’s remains found 9 years ago
‘There is family somewhere’: Fort Bend deputies seeking to identify man’s remains found 9 years ago
‘There is family somewhere’: Fort Bend deputies seeking to identify man’s remains found 9 years ago

“There is a family somewhere, maybe in the states or Mexico or Guatemala, that is wondering what happened to their loved one,” said Sheriff Troy Nehls. “We will also be sending this press release to the Guatemalan Consulate in McAllen.”

‘There is family somewhere’: Fort Bend deputies seeking to identify man’s remains found 9 years ago© FBCSO The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office is hoping to identify the remains of a young Hispanic man that were found more than nine years ago.

Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to contact the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office at 281-341-4665 or the Guatemalan Consulate in McAllen, Texas at 956-429-3413 and reference the Fort Bend County case number 99-8447.

Man found dead in Union County home, deputies say

Man found dead in Union County home, deputies say Deputies in Union County are investigating after a man was found dead in his home late Sunday. According to the Union County Sheriff's Office, deputies were called to a home on Trull Hinson Road in Wingate for a welfare check. A man told police he went by the home earlier that day after not being able to reach him for a couple of days. When the man got to the house, he said his friend did not come to the door and would not answer his phone. That's when he called police to check on him. When deputies got to the man's house, they had to force their way inside and found the man dead. Deputies said there were obvious signs of a struggle and the victim suffered a traumatic injury.

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‘There is family somewhere’: Fort Bend deputies seeking to identify man’s remains found 9 years ago
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