- Authorities confirmed that a woman killed her mother and wounded her father in Texas.
- The woman shot and killed her mother and wounded her father.
- After she killed her mother and injured her father, the woman fled in a car, but ended up making the ‘right’ decision.
Misfortune has changed a family forever. Authorities reported that a woman killed her mother and injured her father in Texas, then got into a car and fled at full speed. In the end she ended up making what some people are calling the ‘right’ decision, or the most reasonable thing to do after committing such a terrible crime.
Quoting the Houston Police Department, local newspaper Click 2 Houston reported on Thursday, November 4, that Houston resident Carmen Danielle Johnson, 29, is accused murdering her mother Nikitia Broussard Johnson, 57, and aggravated assault for injuring her father, Roderick Glenn Johnson, 58.
Woman killed her mother, injured her father and in the end made a surprising decision
According to local news reports, at around 10:40 a.m. on Saturday, October 30, agents from the Houston Police Department responded to a report of a shooting that occurred in a house located in the 4900 block of Ridge Harbor Drive.
Upon arrival, officers found the mother dead and also found the father suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Carmen Johnson’s mother died at the scene, while her father was rushed to a hospital to receive medical treatment.
The woman shot and killed her mother and wounded her father
After the shooting, Carmen Johnson left a car but drove to the Pearland Police Department, where she finally decided to turn herself in, according to Khou 11. After questioning, the murderer was charged with the fatal shooting and was taken to the Fort Bend County Jail, authorities said.
The Houston Chronicle reported that the father of the accused is still in the hospital, but is in stable condition, and, according to court documents, the suspect’s next appearance in court is scheduled for December 13.
A woman killed her mother in Texas and a young man murdered another man who had helped him in Florida
An article the New York Post reveals the ‘tactic’ used by undocumented immigrant Yery Noel Medina Ulloa to cross the border and enter the United States, where he is now being accused of having brutally murdered a man who had helped him in Florida.
Quoting the Post, Fox News reported on Thursday, November 4, that Yery Medina, a 24-year-old Honduran who has been charged with the murder of a Florida man, entered the United States illegally at the border by claiming to be an unaccompanied minor.
Yery Medina lied to get into the US
The New York Post indicated that Yery Medina was arrested in early October in Jacksonville, Florida, after being found covered in blood. He was charged with the murder of Francisco Javier Cuellar, a father of four who had welcomed him into his home. The undocumented man was 23 years old when he was arrested, but last Friday he turned 24.
According to the Fox News report, the Post also detailed that on October 13, authorities learned that Yery Medina had told Texas border agents earlier this year that he was a 17-year-old teenager named Reynel Alexander Hernandez.
How did Yery Medina manage to get permission from ‘La Migra’ to cross the border?
The Biden administration is not expelling unaccompanied minors because of the Title 42 public health protections. Instead, they’ve been processing minors domestically and matching them with sponsors when possible. The Post reported that Yery Medina was placed in a shelter, served a Notice of Appearance, and was later released.
An ICE spokesperson confirmed to Fox News that the federal agency had filed an immigration detainer on October 13 against Yery Medina, who it said was an illegal Honduran citizen, following his arrest in Jacksonville for the crime of murder.
Governor repudiates crime of Yery Medina
Immigration detention orders are filed by ICE and refer to persons who have been detained on criminal charges that ICE has probable cause to believe are deportable noncitizens. The detention orders require law enforcement to notify ICE in advance of the release of those individuals and hold them until ICE can take over custody, Fox News explained.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’s office told the Post it is investigating how Yery Medina got to Jacksonville. “This horrific crime is the latest example of how unrestricted illegal migration costs Floridians their lives. If it weren’t for the Biden Administration’s illegal ‘catch and release’ policy, Mr. Cuellar would still be alive today,” DeSantis’s office told the aforementioned media.
A camera recorded the tragedy committed by Yery Medina
Yery Medina’s arrest warrant mentioned that he was found near a lake and led authorities to Cuellar’s blood-covered corpse. Home security cameras recorded him stabbing the victim numerous times. He later confessed the crime to a friend, the warrant noted.
A Border Patrol source told Fox News that such an incident was not surprising, given how difficult it can be to verify the ages of those who claim to be unaccompanied minors. “Not a single person in the Border Patrol will be surprised by this,” the source commented. “Since the big caravans of 2019 we have no way of verifying most of the information that these people offer. If they have not been located before, their tracks do not tell us anything.”
He confessed his plan for entering the US to his mother
According to the New York Post report, Yery Medina deceived Texas border authorities by assuring them that he was a teenager and even told his mother about the plan. “When he entered (the United States) he told me: ‘Mommy, I did not enter with my name,'” his mother, Wendy Florencia Ulloa, told the Univisión network in Spanish. “’I entered with someone else’s name because they helped me right there at the shelter.’
Later, the victim took the undocumented man to his home in Jacksonville. “’Mommy, this is my Uncle Frank,’” he told his mother over the phone. The accused and his victim are not related. “I live with him. But don’t worry. He treats me like a son” he told his mother, the Post said.
After being arrested, he made a tearful
It is unclear how Yery Medina ended up in Florida after being arrested in Texas, or if he was transported via the Biden administration’s secret flights to resettle underage immigrants. A circumstance that was exclusively revealed by the Post last month. The flight routes included travel from Texas to Jacksonville, according to the report.
Officials with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Border Patrol and the Office of Refugee Resettlement did not immediately respond to questions about how Yery Medina ended up in Florida. According to his mother, authorities told her that after his arrest, “he cried and told them: ‘I killed him. I’ve killed him. ‘ He is now charged with second degree murder.
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