On October 16, Ismael Guerra Osorio, who is 62 years old, was apprehended by the U.S. Marshals Service in the Southern District of Texas.
The mother of a Dickinson High School senior who was killed by a hit-and-run driver was left stunned in court when she came face-to-face with the culprit. The driver’s reckless actions caused immense pain and suffering to the victim’s family, who were present in the courtroom seeking justice. The incident highlights the devastating consequences of irresponsible driving, and the need for greater accountability and stricter penalties for hit-and-run accidents. It is a tragic reminder that a single moment of carelessness can shatter countless lives forever.
Upon receiving information from the Huntington Park Police, who had been collaborating with the USMS in the Central District of California, it was discovered that Guerra Osorio may be residing in Houston under a false identity. As a result, a lead was forwarded on October 6 to the USMS in the Southern District of Texas with the aim of locating and apprehending him.
The investigators from the US Marshals Service in Houston received intel that Guerra Osorio was employed as a mechanic at a shop in Galveston County. They quickly reached out to the Galveston Division and brought in task force officers to detain Osorio at the Kemah shop.
A man from Galveston County has recently been sentenced for the murder of his roommate. The twist in this case is that the man fled to Minnesota in an attempt to escape the consequences of his actions. Despite his efforts, the law caught up with him and justice was served.
Without encountering any trouble, Guerra Osario was apprehended by the task force members while he was working in an inspection bay at the mechanic shop.
Once the warrants were processed, he was taken into custody and booked at the Galveston County jail. The Huntington Park PD was promptly notified of his arrest.
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