A Texas teen who allegedly murdered his 16-year-old girlfriend by shooting her 22 times is out on bail.
Frank Deleon, Jr., 17, is accused of killing Diamond Alvarez, 16, on January 11 while she was out walking her dog. Booking photo of Frank Deleon, Jr., charged with murder in the 174th State District Court. pic.twitter.com/BX7g41qyHO — Houston Police (@houstonpolice) January 18, 2022 TRENDING: **HUGE BREAKING NEWS** — Wisconsin Assembly Votes to Advance Rep. Ramthun’s Resolution to Reclaim Wisconsin’s Electors For President and Vice President That Were Certified Under Fraudulent Purposes — VIDEO
Deleon has been charged with murder and arrested by the Houston Police, but was released after his $250,000 bond was paid. Diamond Alvarez update: Frank DeLeon posts $250K bond in murder of 15-year-old girl shot to death in southwest Houston – ABC13 Houston How does someone that shot a girl 22 times get out on BOND? https://t.co/LEUiQP0l7r — Merissa Hansen 🇺🇸 (@MerissaHansen17) January 19, 2022 Police have said that Deleon was having an affair with another girl — which may be the motive for the brutal murder.
“According to the victim’s mother, Anna Machado, Diamond found out and confronted Deleon. She agreed to meet him at the park down the street from their home. Prosecutors say Diamond was shot 22 times, mostly in the back,” Fox 26 reports . “Federal investigators with the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosives spent Tuesday afternoon with their K9 unit, sweeping the memorial site. Diamond’s loved ones forced to temporarily move a portion of the memorial, after receiving multiple death threats over the last week.”
According to the report, prosecutors say Deleon had packed a suitcase with enough items to indicate he was planning on leaving for more than one night.
“He doesn’t deserve a bond. I don’t think so. I don’t […]
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