Galena Park murder-suicide, Man kills girlfriend’s daughters and himself

GALENA PARK, Texas – According to Sheriff Ed Gonzalez’s remarks, there may have been a murder-suicide on Saturday night in Galena Park that left four people dead. It happened at about 10:30 p.m. in a house on Second Street, not far from North Main and Clinton Drive. Gonzalez claimed that a 12-year-old girl called the Galena Park Police Department and said that her mother’s boyfriend had sexually assaulted her and shot several people at the house.

The girl said that the man had abused her sexually. She rushed to the home of a neighbor to request help as soon as she got the opportunity after reporting to the authorities that she had abducted her niece, who was only one at the time. When the police arrived at the house, they found three young women who had been shot to death.

According to family members, the bodies of Sayuri Gill, 19, and Melany Torres, 13, who were sisters, were found. According to what they had heard, Gill was the mother of the child who was one year old and six months pregnant at the time of the incident. In the incident, a family friend who was only 14 years old was also shot and killed.

The 38-year-old male was reportedly found dead in the master bedroom with what seemed to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Gonzalez claims that the homeowner, who is the mother of Gill, Torres, and the 12-year-old girl who managed to escape the house, had a love relationship with the man. The mother was not at home when the rounds were fired, according to the authorities. Gonzalez said that none of the young women the suspect was suspected of killing were biologically related to him.

Gonzalez claimed that following an argument, the man turned his gun on the woman. He first shot Gill, then Torres, then the 14-year-old family friend, according to the authorities. He then attacked the 12-year-old girl while yelling at her to run away from him. He then started sexually abusing a 12-year-old who was on the property, according to Gonzalez. “At the time, the child was inside the house.” “Following that, he encouraged her to proceed and flee the house. She did as he asked and hurried out of the house naked.”