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Death Penalty Trial: Jury Selection Set for Juan David Ortiz in 2018 TX Prostitute Slayings - Page 4
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    Three years since local serial killings

    By KGNS News Staff

    LAREDO, Tex. (KGNS) - Friday marks the third year since the death of Melissa Ramirez, who is the first of four alleged serial killings by former Border Patrol agent Juan David Ortiz.

    Ortiz was arrested on September 15, 2018 after he allegedly killed four women and attempted to kidnap a fifth.

    The first victim, 29-year-old Melissa Ramirez was found on September 3, 2018.

    Days after finding Ramirezs body, the second victim, 42-year-old Claudine Luera was found, followed by the 3rd and 4th victims bodies, Guiselda Alicia Cantu and Janelle Ortiz.

    Despite it being three years later, the families of the victims say they are still coping with the loss and are waiting for justice to be served.

    I cant process the fact that she is not here, said Rosenda Ortiz, Janelles sister. That she didnt get to know my kids and thats what is really sad to me.

    Ortiz is charged with capital murder for the deaths of four victims.

    He has pled not guilty to the charges against him.

    Ortizs trial has been delayed due to the pandemic, however the next court appearance is set for September 9th.

    https://www.kgns.tv/2021/09/03/three...rial-killings/
    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

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    - Rev. Richard Hawke

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    3 years after crimes, border serial killer suspect still awaits trial

    Erica Hernandez, Digital Journalist/Courthouse Reporter

    LAREDO, Texas It has been three years since a former Border Patrol agent is suspected of going on a killing spree in Laredo during a two-week span.

    Juan David Ortiz is now facing capital murder and aggravated assault charges for the murders of four women and an attack on a fifth woman, who was able to escape.

    Heres a look back at this case from court records along with the latest information about when Ortiz could possibly go to trial.

    Sept. 3, 2018

    The Webb County Sheriffs Office dispatcher received a call from a rancher who found a woman lying on the side of a dirt road about 24 miles north of Laredo.

    That woman was later identified as 29-year-old Melissa Ramirez. She had been shot several times at point-blank range. Evidence at the scene collected included .40-caliber bullet casings.

    Several agencies were involved in the investigation including the Texas Rangers.

    For ten days there were no huge leads on the case, but then another victim was found.

    Sept. 13, 2018

    A truck driver found a 42-year-old woman near a dirt road two miles from where Ramirez was found.
    The woman was still alive but she later died at the hospital.

    She was identified as Claudine Luera. She also had been shot and a .40-caliber bullet casing was found at the scene.

    Police now had two unsolved murders and no suspect. All they knew was that both women were known prostitutes that could be found along San Bernardo Ave. in Laredo.

    Sept. 14, 2018

    A DPS trooper was pumping gas in his vehicle when a shirtless woman ran to him screaming that a man was trying to killer her.

    Erika Peas escape was the big break in the case. She told police that a Border Patrol agent named David picked her up, took her to her home and when she started talking about the murder of her friend Melissa Ramirez his demeanor changed.

    Pea told police that while he was taking her to get some food at a gas station she brought up Ramirezs name again and that is when the man pulled a gun on her. She jumped out of his truck and the man ripped her shirt off while trying to grab her.

    Police now had a suspect.

    When investigators entered Ortizs home, he wasnt there but they found an arsenal of weapons. The search began for Ortiz.

    Sept. 15, 2018

    A day later, Ortiz was spotted at a gas station by a DPS trooper but he fled the scene and went into a hotel parking garage. After about an hour, he surrendered.

    During his interrogation, Ortiz revealed he had killed two more people right after Pea escaped. Those victims were identified as 35-year-old Guiselda Hernandez and 28-year-old transwoman Janelle Ortiz.

    He mentioned he took both women to an area off I-35 north of Laredo and shot them.

    Ortiz told police he was trying to get rid of all the prostitutes as a way to clean up the streets of Laredo.

    According to a Texas Monthly article, Ortizs first appointed attorney Joey Tellez said that the VA had recently diagnosed him with PTSD and the drugs prescribed to him had messed him up.

    The Trial

    Two familiar San Antonio attorneys now represent Ortiz. Joel Perez and Raymond Fuchs, who recently defended Otis McKane are also taking on this high-profile case.

    Ortiz has since pleaded not guilty to the capital murder charges. If convicted, he could face the death penalty.

    A status hearing is scheduled for Thursday and a trial date could be scheduled for March 2022.

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    Status Hearing Held for Suspected Serial Killer Juan David Ortiz

    By Erica Hernandez
    KSAT News

    On Sept. 9 a hearing was held in Webb County for a former Border Patrol agent accused of being a serial killer.

    Juan David Ortiz is accused of murdering 4 women and attacking another who got away.

    These murders were committed during a two-week span in 2018.

    It looks like this case will finally go to trial in 2022.

    According to court records, jury selection will begin on March 28 and depending on how long that takes the trial could begin in April or May.

    Ortiz is represented by defense attorneys Joel Perez and Raymond Fuchs, who both recently defended Otis McKane.

    https://www.ksat.com/news/local/2021...ge-velia-meza/
    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

    "There are some people who just do not deserve to live,"
    - Rev. Richard Hawke

    "Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence"
    - Edgar Allan Poe

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