Thursday, May 26, 2016

Suspect is directly involved with deaths of Adriana Coronado, father, police say

Lucio R. Borderland Beat republished from Click2Houston

14 y/o girl watched her father being killed, before being  
sexually assaulted, shot to death

Sheriffs executed a search warrant at the home of a man police called a person of interest in the brutal deaths of Katy, Texas  teen Adriana Coronado and her father Cesar Coronado.

Police found Jose Solis Jr., 34, to be directly involved with the murders of Adriana and her father. Adriana was found shot to death after her father’s body was found burned inside a pickup truck in March.

Solis is accused of helping to transport 16 kilograms of cocaine on commercial buses from Laredo to Houston. He's charged with possession with intent to distribute and conspiring to distribute cocaine.
The faces of a devil and an angel, Solis and Adriana
He was arrested Thursday on a federal drug charge, which is not related to the teen's death or her father, Cesar Coronado. Investigators have not revealed how or why he may be connected to their deaths.

A handcuffed Solis was escorted into the courthouse Monday by several U.S. marshals wearing bulletproof vests, days after agents raided his Magnolia home Thursday and confiscated property to be processed.

Several law enforcement agencies are investigating the teenager’s death and are looking at all possible motives, including illegal drug activity.

Solis and another man, Ramon Sanchez, are considered persons of interest in the case, and they have been linked to a drug trafficking ring.

The federal complaint states Solis and Sanchez worked for a drug trafficking organization and that DEA agents had Sanchez under surveillance since February.


Below is a video of Ariana's anguished mother speaking about the murders



The devil's trailer, 29510 Aberdeen Drive, Magnolia Texas
Cocaine was concealed in luggage and transported via bus from Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, to Laredo Texas, and on to Houston.

Below is the affidavit in support of the criminal complaint

42 comments:

  1. on the last post a few months ago i said this dude looks movido by the way he's dressed. he likes nice things . and many of you douches went banainays . looks like i was right about his movido lifestyle . decia mi abuela apriete la pansa que hay viene el chingazo. sad ending to the girl .

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  2. This could only be prosecuted in the US.

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    1. Yea not Mexico

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    2. Damn right! And it will, possible death penalty for those sick fucks..

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  3. Don't get me wrong its f____d up what they did especially to the little girl but there is a lot more to this story!

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  4. How old was the girl? Where did she live? Texas? How did they know the girl watched her dad get killed? I'm a bit confused.

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    1. She was 14. They lived in Katy, TX outskirts of Houston. The girl was home with her father. The mother was in Mexico. the suspects went in the apartment from the evidence reported. Allegedly there was two sets of bloody footprints in the apartment.

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    2. No your lost. Search the main site.

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    3. use the link and video!
      and the police announced that she was taken elsewhere after the dad was killed-she was raped-shot and set on fire.

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    4. I live in Houston. Been following this case since it first started. Another news cast reported bloody footprints in the apt. Her classmates are the ones that actually reported her missing after a sleep over that she was suppose to have.
      @8:06 she was not set on fire, but there's evidence that she was raped and shot. Body was found 3 days later on the side of the road.Her father and the father's pick up were set on fire.

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    5. well Houston you probably missed the latest police presser. It was two days ago, this from ABC

      "Adriana Coronado, a Texas teenager whose shot and burned body was identified a week after she went missing back in March"

      they reported it took more than 3 days to ID because of the burns

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    6. @3:08 wrong again...her body was decomposing and her mother was in Mexico. They needed someone to identify the bodies. Reason why it took days to ID bodies. Don't believe everything you see on TV. I know of this case On a personal level.

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    7. I feel like I'm none the wiser, but thanks guys.

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  5. Chapo is a disgrace for doing this

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    1. Chapo?! You have your information all screwed up...Chapo can't even get into Laredo.

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    2. he is a willito troll, ignore is best policy

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    3. @8:17 at least learn to spell if you're gonna insult someone. Your world is as small as the keys on your key board. Stfu

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    4. 6:52 no mó school, boi, no mó
      Take it or leave it as is...

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    5. 6:52
      Before insulting someone for spelling incorrectly, learn how to write correctly.

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  6. Those sick men. The only crime they see probably is murder. Not the sexual assault since Mexico laws make them readily available at such young ages. II am not happy this happened, but I am happy since it happened, it was in the US. Now they will actually pay for their crimes, unlike in Mexico.

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    1. The MF is a US citizen. What the fuck you mean Mexico makes them readily available?

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    2. Age 14. Her age. That is too young to be considered a woman for sex.

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    3. 6:07 pm,I didn't read US citizen? Many folks from other countries are tried in the US. The us has the option of deportation or criminal prosecution. Being Mexico play games lately with their extradition, maybe the US said screw them. Also if he killed a little girl. Deportation is not going to happen. Just because he is living in Texas and maybe work there, doesn't mean citizen. Especially with the high volume of illegal immigrants there. See you read something no one else has.

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    4. @10:48. I know he's a US citizen, because I know of the guy. I personally hope he gets the death penalty. Not because he killed the guy, but because he killed the little girl.

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  7. Andaba se Soplon o que?

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  8. Muy hombrecitos violando y matando una nina! Deba lo que deba el papa esta nina no merecia todo esto! Pinche vatos ojetes vale verga! Lo unico que me da consuelo es que aqui en E.U. estos pendejos burros de la droga nunca jamas van a volver a tener libertad en este pais. Y o hasta gusto me va a dar si Texas los manda a ejecutar!

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    1. You don't parade around with your family when you are a motherfacking drug trafficker, just to try and look innocent good daddy, but that is what narcos is, una bola de pendejos.

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    2. @752pm no mames en que mundo vives, si Te pasas de verga te dan en lo que mas quieres....eso asta el mas pendejo lo sabe..
      En Pocas palabras, si Te metes de narco la familia siempre pagar los Platos rotos...y si en texas les van a romper su madre..En fin,mejor pobre y sin broncas..

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    3. No dejan de ser vale verga los culeros que matan a ninos @1:54 y los narcos. Y tambien entonces estas admitiendo que el famoso CDS hace lo mismo si los traicionan.
      Nomas para que vea la gente el negocio de las drogas como dices!

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  9. Yep . The death penalty . Capital murder . If charged with a lesser crime they don't have a strong case . Its time like these that I hope there is a real hell . I guess I feel vengeful when the innocent gets violated .
    Hope they don't get to plea . I hope 12 men and women decide their fate . If they done kill them .

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  10. Todos los inmates le sacan en texas ahi si te inyectan:(

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  11. we left Mexico cause it was not safe

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  12. The Police brief (charges) makes no mention of the murder though.

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    1. probably just got em on dope for now . I hope the have enough to make it stick . I know all you bleeding hearts go out to the unconvinced. any idiot knows almost all in prison are guilty 99.09% and the majority of crimes go unpunished .

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  13. En "texas" things get done right if you are an important sheriff or the sheriff is your papá and if he has been a good boy for his 'people', or you are some big "Oil Scion" rancher politician...

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    1. You don't know what the fuck you're talking about

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    2. 2:36 read below, I rest my case.

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  14. Offtopic: Houston the #1 place in TX to launder money if not look around pasadena, SouthH and baytown... I guess the feds also have a price here in "Merica"

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    1. @ 11:29 am haha have you seen Laredo? Fuckin new bank on every corner.

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    2. El valle tiene uno en cada esquina tambien.....me huele a un mega lavadero en Tejas. Pero mi pregunta es como el IRS a uno que trabaja luego luego te quiere dar tronco y a los que lavan millones ni un pelito le tocan.... Ojala pronto el gobierno federal nuevo de USA ,quien quede empiese una limpia de todas esas escorias.

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  15. Por eso en tejas no hay arboles, le dan troncos a todo mundo, lo demas lo hacen carbon de "mezquite", hasta las cacas de burro y de vaca...

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