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Investigators say five people, including the girlfriend, were involved in the bizarre crime. Four of them have been arrested. The saga started the night of Feb. Alhassinyani was found by highway workers in a culvert near State Highway and Harwood Road in Euless. He had been shot once in his neck, according to the Tarrant County Medical Examiner.
Court records reviewed by NBC 5 detail his harrowing ordeal and how detectives spent weeks zeroing in on four gunmen and the girlfriend, Erika Perez. Perez started the night by broadcasting a video on Facebook Live, inviting people to her apartment on Center Street for a tattoo.
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Perez invited a tattoo artist over and was soliciting customers. My favorite and best tattoo artist is here. But you have to come with money. Euless detectives reached out to surrounding police departments to see if the body matched any reports of missing persons. The body and clothing — a red long-sleeved shirt and gray jogging shorts -- matched Alhassinyani, who had attended Summit High School in Mansfield and worked at tire shops.
His family, natives of Kurdistan, had reported him missing a few days earlier and was trying desperately to find him. Detectives started focusing on Perez, who had a long criminal record, worked at a used car lot and went by the name Pinky. Perez, 28, spoke with detectives at Arlington police headquarters and claimed she kicked Alhassinyani out of her apartment about midnight the night he disappeared after they got in an argument.
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An angry Perez ripped his shirt and put tape across his mouth, the artist said. Alhassinyani later removed the tape himself. As described in the arrest warrants, the video was recorded about a. The four gunmen loaded into a Dodge Challenger, with Alhassinyani in the back, and drove up Highway to Euless.
One of the gunmen, Justin Jaxs Salinas, pulled out a Glock pistol and shot him, according to Delgadillo. They sped away but soon returned and pulled the body away from the highway and closer to a nearby creek, he told detectives. Salinas, Rodriguez and Delgadillo were booked into the Tarrant County jail on capital murder charges.
Detectives are still trying to find the fourth gunman but believe they know who he is, according to Euless police. He was accused of stabbing to death year-old Franscico Lopez in front of a South Arlington house in March In certifying Rodriguez as an adult in the case, the judge noted he was on juvenile probation at the time for burglary, criminal trespass, possession of marijuana, and assault causing bodily injury.
A grand jury decided not to indict Rodriguez on the murder charge in December Grand jury records are typically secret and details of the case are not included in public court documents. Less than three months later, Rodriguez was arrested for burglary, theft of a firearm, engaging in organized crime and evading arrest. He was sentenced to three years in prison. Salinas, the alleged gunman who police say shot Allhassinyani, was arrested in — at age 17 -- for aggravated robbery, according to Tarrant County court records.
Salinas pleaded guilty to the charge in January and Judge Scott Wisch sentenced him to deferred adjudication and 10 years of community supervision. If he stayed on the right path, his record would be wiped clean. But after two months, he stopped reporting to his supervision officer as required, according to records.
In SeptemberJudge Wisch modified his conditions of community supervision.
But inSalinas went on to commit more crimes, prosecutors said, including another robbery and drug possession. A warrant was issued for his arrest. But police never found him until after the Euless murder.
Police say five suspects, including victim's girlfriend, involved in bizarre crime
Miles Brissette and J. Warren St. Delgadillo appears to have the shortest criminal record among the suspects. He was arrested for marijuana possession in December and spent one night in jail, according to court records. Our redeed local news and weather app is live! Local The latest news from around North Texas.
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