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Jose Oscar Rosales Charged with Capital Murder in 2022 TX Slaying of Cpl. Charles Galloway
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    Jose Oscar Rosales Charged with Capital Murder in 2022 TX Slaying of Cpl. Charles Galloway







    Texas sheriff's deputy shot dead during traffic stop, authorities say

    The victim was identified as Cpl. Charles Galloway, 47, a 12-year veteran of the force

    By Lawrence Richard
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    A manhunt was underway in Harris County, Texas, early Sunday after a sheriff's deputy was shot dead during an apparent traffic stop in the southwest region of Houston, officials said.

    The victim was identified as Cpl. Charles Galloway, 47, a 12-year veteran of the force.

    "This has got to stop," Constable Ted Heap said during a news conference at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center.

    The shooting occurred around 12:45 a.m. local time, KHOU-TV reported. The incident was confirmed on Twitter by Harris County Precinct 5.

    "Precinct 5 deputies are on the scene and HPD [Houston Police Department] will be handling the investigation. Prayers for the deputy's family and his brothers and sisters in blue," the tweet said.

    The suspect, who was simply described as a "younger Hispanic male," was stopped by the deputy before he left his white, four-door Toyota Avalon and fired "an assault-type weapon" multiple times at the deputy, Houston police Chief Troy Finner said at the news conference.

    The suspect then re-entered his vehicle and fled. He was still on the run.

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/texas-dep...arles-galloway
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    Suspect wanted for murder of Texas deputy arrested in Mexico

    Houston police say Oscar Rosales was arrested for the murder of Harris County Cpl. Charles Galloway

    By Danielle Wallace
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    The suspect accused of shooting and killing a Texas deputy was apprehended in Mexico.

    Oscar Rosales, 51, was taken into custody by law enforcement authorities in Mexico earlier Wednesday.

    "We are working with our law enforcement partners to begin the process of returning Rosales to Harris County," the Houston Police Department tweeted, adding that more updates were forthcoming.

    Rosales was wanted for the capital murder of Harris County Corporal Charles Galloway.

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/texas-dep...rrested-mexico
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    No death penalty, then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mastro Titta View Post
    No death penalty, then.
    how come? Will Mexico not extradite if the DP is on the table?

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    They’ve done it before. Christian Longo was arrested in Cancun and is on Oregon’s death row.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobsicles View Post
    They’ve done it before. Christian Longo was arrested in Cancun and is on Oregon’s death row.
    Maybe before, but Mexico has declared itself an anti-dp state, and at least in two recent cases in which prosecutors planned to seek the death penalty (Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman for federal system and Brenda Delgado in Texas), Mexican authorities put the waving of the death penalty as a non-negotiable condition in order to proceed with extradition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mastro Titta View Post
    No death penalty, then.
    Maybe they won't care because he's from El Salvador, not Mexico.
    "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."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helen View Post
    Maybe they won't care because he's from El Salvador, not Mexico.
    It's interesting to see what happens, because it's a case in which Ogg might very likely seek the death penalty (senseless and brutal murder of a renowed police officer).

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    Suspect charged in Texas corporal's shooting death entered US illegally: ICE

    Jose Oscar Rosales charged with murder of Cpl. Charles Galloway

    By Danielle Wallace
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    The suspect charged with capital murder in the shooting death of a Texas corporal during a Houston traffic stop this weekend is a citizen of El Salvador and previously entered the U.S. illegally, ICE confirmed Thursday.

    Jose Oscar Rosales, a 50-year-old citizen of El Salvador, was arrested Wednesday in Ciudad de Acua, Mexico, for the killing of Harris County, Texas Corporal Charles Galloway.

    "Rosales previously illegally entered the U.S. on an unknown date and at unknown location without inspection or parole by U.S. immigration officials and later fled to Mexico after allegedly murdering a Harris County (Texas) Constables Office deputy," an ICE spokesperson confirmed to Fox News.

    U.S. immigration officials lodged a detainer with the Val Verde County Detention Center in Del Rio, Texas, for Rosales Wednesday shortly after he was returned to the U.S. from Mexico.

    After the deadly traffic stop early Sunday, Rosales common law wife and her brother were arrested in Houston and charged with tampering with evidence. ICE confirmed both were not U.S. citizens.

    "On Jan. 25, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcements (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Houston Field Office lodged immigration detainers with the Harris County (Texas) Sheriffs Office on Henri Mauricio Pereira Marquez, a 42-year-old noncitizen from Mexico, and Reina Azucena Pereira Marquez, a 40-year-old noncitizen from El Salvador, after they were both arrested by the Houston Police Department (HPD) for allegedly tampering or fabricating physical evidence with intent to impair."

    Court documents obtained by Fox News Digital shed more light on the deadly traffic stop. Body-worn camera and in-car dash camera showed Rosales allegedly shoot Galloway through the windshield.

    At 12:30 a.m. Sunday, Galloway activated his emergency lights and siren in a fully marked patrol vehicle and conducted a traffic stop on a white Toyota Avalon with a Texas license plate. The driver continued at a slow pace until coming to a stop in the 9100 block of Beechnut St. in Houston.

    As Galloway attempted to notify dispatch of the stop, body-worn camera and dash camera video show the driver get out of the vehicle and immediately point a rifle in the corporals direction.

    The male suspect fired repeated gunshots in the direction of the corporal while he was still in the front seat of his patrol vehicle. Multiple gunshots shattered the front windshield, court documents say.

    The gunman then got back into his car and left the scene. Houston police and fire responded to the shooting. Galloway was pronounced dead at the scene.

    The medical examiner listed his cause of death as "a single gunshot wound to the left side of the face."

    Court documents say the suspects vehicle was registered an individual found to be Rosales common law wife of 17 years. First interviewed by police, the woman said Rosales had left to go hunting with his friends and had taken two long guns out of a safe he had access to.

    Later that Sunday afternoon, officers located to white Toyota Avalon in the parking lot of a Houston apartment complex and observed the common law wife and her brother removing items from the car. Her brother was also spotted wiping down the handles of the vehicle, court documents allege.

    Fox News Michael Ruiz contributed to this report.

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/texas-cor...l-entry-mexico
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    Man accused of killing Houston deputy has potential gang or cartel ties, DA Ogg says

    By Nicole Hensley
    Houston Chronicle

    Dozens of police greeted Oscar Rosales as he landed in Houston.

    Mexican authorities handed the 51-year-old captured in the death of Cpl. Charles Galloway to U.S. Marshals in Del Rio, who then flew him back to Houston to face justice on a capital murder of a police officer charge. Authorities said they believe the man in their custody had spent decades on the lam for violent crimes spanning two countries the U.S. and El Salvador.

    Authorities have blamed two deaths including that of the Harris County Precinct 5 deputy on Rosales.

    Questions about Rosales past and identity continue to unravel in Harris County, with prosecutors looking into possible ties to gangs or drug cartels. Multiple identities including Aguilar Maricide Albarenga have been linked to Rosales and he has offered contradicting statements on his nationality.

    Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg on Thursday said Rosales spent the past 25 years or so hiding from authorities after violating his probation for a 1995 aggravated assault of a deadly weapon charge. She was unsure if authorities had attempted to track him down during that time. About a decade after he absconded, in Central America, he killed someone, she continued.

    It is reported that he is wanted for murder in El Salvador during the time between his 1996 absconding from probation and the murder of Cpl. Galloway, Ogg said, warning of Rosales history of violence.

    This case has all the ear markings and is a death penalty case, she said, with officials saying such a punishment has not been ruled out.

    Police said they believe Rosales gunned Galloway down during a traffic stop using a semi-automatic rifle which Chief Troy Finner would not say had been recovered or not. He also would not say how Rosales entered Mexico to the city of Ciudad Acua. The chief, however, described the allegations against Rosales as sheer evilness.

    He did it and hes going to be held accountable, Finner said.

    Finner and other authorities disclosed few details about the investigation into Galloways death during a news conference Thursday at Houston Police Department headquarters with officials from the FBI, U.S. Marshals Service, the Texas Department of Public Safety. Authorities on Wednesday morning had announced his arrest and then discussed the potential of extradition.

    Marshal T. Michael OConnor said intense planning went into picking Rosales up and flying him about 350 miles back to Houston.

    They were on the spot the minute they heard they were going to bring him to the bridge, OConnor said, referencing the hand-off from Mexican authorities. The drive to the jail also took planning.

    They didnt want any situation where they were stopped, OConnor said.

    The show of force and symbolism as authorities escorted Rosales back to Houston in droves after his three-day manhunt did not go unnoticed. Authorities restrained him with Galloways handcuffs and surrounded him Wednesday night as a Harris County magistrate ordered that he be held without bail.

    Rosales interrupted the magistrate, Carol Carrier, to say that many of those officers likely want him dead.

    "All the officers, and the security guy, they want to, like, try and kill me right here, Rosales told the magistrate, despite being advised to not talk. They can do it. Whatever. I don't care. Everybody in this room has waited for this chance to hurt me.

    Carrier urged him to instead listen to his Spanish-speaking interpreter.

    The magistrate attempted to distinguish Rosales citizenship during the probable cause hearing to no avail.

    Rosales said his father was from Mexico but that he lived some time in El Salvador before telling her he was a Guatemalan citizen. Court records from 1995 and this week list him as a Salvadoran national.

    Authorities are contacting consulates in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala to track down Rosales birth country, Ogg said.

    Officials with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said they believe Rosales is in the country without permission.

    Rosales previously illegally entered the U.S. on an unknown date and at unknown location without inspection or parole by U.S. immigration officials and later fled to Mexico after allegedly murdering a Harris County (Texas) Constables Office deputy, an ICE spokesperson said in a statement.

    Immigration detainers have been lodged against Rosales and two other people his wife and her brother after it was revealed that they were in the country without permission, too.

    The wife, Reina Marquez, 40, and from El Salvador, and her brother, Henri Marquez, 42, of Mexico, are being held on tampering with evidence charges after police believe the two cleaned the car that Rosales was in when he shot and killed Galloway, according to court records.

    ICE officials referred to Rosales by the name Jose Oscar Rosales an alias used in his 1995 aggravated assault of a deadly weapon case.

    Two more people, a father and son, were charged Wednesday in connection to Rosales escape.

    Police believe Rosales ditched his Toyota Avalon used in the shooting and got into a green Lexus with distinctive rims, according to court records. Investigators tracked that car to the 3200 block of Broadway Street and encountered 43-year-old Jose Romel Hernandez and his 68-year-old father Jose Santos Gutierrez.

    Hernandez encountered Rosales before his flight to Mexico and helped him pawn a gold chain and bracelet, according to court records. He initially told police that he had not seen Rosales in months but later said Rosales came to his home, claiming to have been involved in a shooting Sunday, according to court records. Rosales asked for help to flee the country because he was in trouble, records continued.

    Hernandez and his father, who told police he had not seen Rosales in years, have been charged with hindering apprehension, records show. The father has since bonded out of jail, while the son is being held without bail.

    Rosales, meanwhile, is expected on Friday to appear in the 482nd District Court. Appointed attorneys for Rosales, Rudy Duarte and Allen Tanner, declined to comment.

    https://www.houstonchronicle.com/new...s-16809393.php
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    - Rev. Richard Hawke

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