Texas shooting suspect Francisco Oropeza could face the death penalty after he was charged with capital murder for killing multiple persons.
Texas Shooting Suspect Is Facing Multiple Charges
Texas shooting suspect Francisco Oropeza, 38 years old and a Mexican national, is facing capital murder in addition to five counts of murder after he was indicted in May. This was after he committed an attack that led to the death of multiple persons.
In a published article in FOX News, Texas shooting suspect allegedly killed five persons in their neighborhood in southeast Texas. He committed the mass shooting after one of them told him to stop shooting his rifle because a baby was trying to sleep.
Authorities identified the victims as Sonia Argentina Guzman, 25 years old; Diana Velazquez Alvarado, 21 years old; Julisa Molina Rivera, 31 years old; and Jose Jonathan Casarez, 18 years old and including one child, 9-year-old Daniel Enrique Laso Guzman.
Texas Shooting Suspect Could Face Death Penalty
According to a published article in ABC13, Texas shooting suspect Francisco Oropeza could face the death penalty. However, San Jacinto County District Attorney Todd Dillon said that it is still too early to decide if they will seek death penalty.
Furthermore, Oropeza’s attorney told the news outlets that his client, the Texas shooting suspect, will not plead guilty and added that his team expected the capital indictment.