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Jose Aviles Sentenced to LWOP in 2011 TX Double Homicide, of Daughter's Lesbian Lover and Her Mother
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    Jose Aviles Sentenced to LWOP in 2011 TX Double Homicide, of Daughter's Lesbian Lover and Her Mother

    Police: Dad shot 2 women over daughter's relationship



    A man upset about his high school-age daughter's relationship with a woman killed the girlfriend and her mother in a Southeast Austin home Monday night, culminating a months-long feud between the families, police said Tuesday.

    Jose Alfonso Aviles, 45 , went to the house in the 7100 block of Dixie Drive where Norma Hurtado, 24, lived with her mother and shot both women after knocking on the door, officials said Tuesday. He has been charged with capital murder and could receive life in prison or the death penalty if convicted.

    Police said they are looking for a second unidentified man who witnesses said fled the scene with Aviles in a green sport utility vehicle.

    Aviles' daughter, who was in the home at the time, found Norma Hurtado and her mother, 57-year-old Maria Hurtado , after they were shot, according to police and court documents.

    The daughter's "family was quite upset over this relationship," Austin police Lt. Gena Curtis said Tuesday. "This had been an ongoing dispute between these families and it turned tragic, into a horrific act of violence with the death of two individuals."

    The daughter told police that she and Norma Hurtado had been involved in a lesbian relationship, which her father did not approve of, and that there had been disturbances between Aviles and Norma Hurtado, according to an arrest affidavit. An online records search for those incidents turned up a report of a sexual assault in September and a family disturbance in October; however, police did not release details of the incidents.

    The American-Statesman is not identifying the daughter.

    The affidavit said a witness told police that the daughter's parents would send threatening text messages to Norma Hurtado. In one message, Aviles threatened to kill Hurtado and her mother, the document says.

    "She stated that (the girlfriend's) parents have sent text messages threatening Norma because of this relationship," the witness, a friend of Norma Hurtado's, told police. About a month ago, the witness "saw a text message from (Aviles) to Norma in which (he) threatened to kill both Norma and her mother," police said.

    According to the daughter's Facebook posts, she and Norma Hurtado had a tumultuous relationship over the past several months and talked about having patience until they could be together.

    Friends of the daughter, who they said turned 18 last month, said Tuesday that her parents did not approve of her being in a gay relationship. The Travis County district attorney's office has not determined whether the case will be classified as a hate crime.

    "It is something we will have to take a look at after the investigation is more complete," said Jackie Wood, an assistant district attorney and a member of the office's hate crime task force.

    While police were investigating Monday night, Aviles' wife and son arrived at the scene of the shooting and told officers they were searching the area for him, the affidavit says. Roselia Martinez told officers that she thought her husband was intoxicated and that he owned an automatic pistol.

    After the shooting, Aviles went to the home of a relative, who called police, the arrest affidavit says.

    "Jose was nervous, intoxicated, and had a gun in his waistband," police said the relative told them. "Jose repeated that he had 'done something' and needed their help."

    Early Tuesday morning, the Lone Star Fugitive Task Force found Aviles in a remote spot in Bexar County and, with the assistance of more than two dozen law enforcement officials and a San Antonio police helicopter, arrested him, an official for the U.S. Marshals Service said. Aviles was being held without bail Tuesday in the Bexar County Jail, and the Marshals Service was working with local authorities on a plan to transfer him to Travis County.

    At Aviles' home, Martinez allowed a reporter and then a photographer inside Tuesday afternoon. But before an interview began, about a dozen family members gathered in the kitchen asked both to leave.

    A number of neighbors on Quicksilver Boulevard, about a mile south of East William Cannon Drive, said they did not interact much with Aviles or his family but expressed surprise and disbelief upon learning of his arrest, describing him as friendly and humble.

    "They seem like peaceful people," said Patricia Mendoza, who lives two doors down.

    "We never had problems with them," said a man who lives across the street, who asked not to be identified. Neighbors said they believed Aviles was in the landscaping business.

    Police said they continue to investigate what role the other man seen at the home might have played. But they emphasized Tuesday that the case is an isolated one.

    "We still have many questions we need answers to," Curtis said. "There is no fear for the community; this was isolated to this family, to this household, between these individuals. There is no immediate danger to anyone in the community."

    http://www.statesman.com/news/local/...p-1417884.html

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    Withers: More details in Texas murders


    The double murder of a mother and daughter in Austin has received much attention. Norma Hurtado, 24, and Maria Hurtado, 57, were shot in their home. The suspect Jose Alfonso Aviles allegedly knocked on the Hurtado front door and shot the pair. The reason? He was upset his 18 year daughter was dating the younger Hurtado.The American-Statesman, an Austin paper, has more details about the young couple and the investigation. Norma Hurtado and the Aviles daughter met when they were employees at a Wendys restaurant.

    There seems to be a haze over everybody right now, said Dave Near, president of Pisces Foods LP, the company that runs Wendys in Texas. They are in some disbelief, especially someone so important and well-liked in our group.

    The pair had only been dating for a few months. I hate to bring this up, especially now, but it will more than likely be discussed as the story gains legs. Aviles daughter is 18, and its unclear when she and Hurtado began their relationship.

    According to a site run by Dallas lawyer David Guest, the age of consent in Texas is 17. Let me say something before we go on: no ill intent is being assumed of the dead, but lets be adults. Those who question everything gay will point to this age difference. Also, as of now, the name of Aviles child is not being reported by the local press. When the story was first reported by the American-Statesman, it described details of the arrest affidavit.

    The daughter told police that she and Norma Hurtado had been involved in a lesbian relationship, which her father did not approve of, and that there had been disturbances between Aviles and Norma Hurtado, according to an arrest affidavit. An online records search for those incidents turned up a report of a sexual assault in September and a family disturbance in October; however, police did not release details of the incidents.

    Local gay rights activists want Aviles to be charged with a hate crime.

    We understand that the penalties for capital murder and a hate crime are the same, but this wasnt just murder; it was a biased and motivated hate crime, Meghan Stabler, a board member of the Human Rights Campaign in Austin, said.

    As of now the suspect is being held minus bail. If convicted, he could face either life imprisonment or the death penalty.

    http://www.365gay.com/blog/042211-mo...texas-murders/

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    Jose Alfonso Aviles Allegedly Killed His Daughter's Girlfriend And Her Mother

    Forty-eight year-old Jose Alfonso Aviles, (pictured), allegedly killed his daughter's girlfriend and her girlfriend's mother in Austin, Texas because he couldn't handle the fact that his daughter was in a lesbian relationship. His first court appearance is today.

    Police arrested Aviles in nearby Bexar County on April 19, 2011 a day after witnesses saw him leave the southeast Austin home where 24-year-old Norma Hurtado and her mother, 57 year-old Maria Hurtado, (pictured below), were gunned down by two hispanic men.

    Aviles' daughter, who was in the home at the time, told police she was in a lesbian relationship with Norma Hurtado that her father did not approve of. A witness said Aviles was drunk when he appeared at the southeast Austin home with a gun that night. Austin Police Lt. Gena Curtis said that the families had been in dispute for some time over the young women's relationship, with Aviles having threatened Norma and Maria's lives prior to the murder in a text message he sent to his daughter a little over a month ago. This was the fourth time police had been called to the Hurtado home to defend the family from Aviles. The third time was just three weeks prior to the murders.

    "This had been an ongoing dispute between these families and it turned into a horrific act of violence," Curtis said.

    http://guanabee.com/2011/05/jose-alf...esbian-murder/

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    Friends of the daughter, who they said turned 18 last month, said Tuesday that her parents did not approve of her being in a gay relationship. The Travis County district attorney's office has not determined whether the case will be classified as a hate crime.
    This is a hate crime. Period.

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    I agree JLR. Without doubt this IS a (not tolerable) hate crime.

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    Texas man gets life for killing woman, her mother

    A Texas man will serve life in prison without parole after his capital murder conviction in the deaths of his daughter's girlfriend and the girlfriend's mother.

    The Austin American-Statesman reports (http://bit.ly/TPzmEI ) a Travis County jury deliberated about an hour before returning its verdict against Jose Alfonso Aviles. Prosecutors say Aviles fatally shot 57-year-old Maria Hurtado and her 24-year-old daughter Norma Hurtado in their Austin home in April 2001.

    Police say Aviles was outraged over Norma Hurtado's lesbian relationship with his daughter. A police affidavit says Aviles sent threatening text messages to Norma Hurtado, threatening to kill her and her mother at least once.

    The life sentence without parole was automatic with the conviction since prosecutors did not seek the death penalty.

    http://www.chron.com/news/texas/arti...er-4113398.php
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