Texas man who killed five of his neighbors has already been deported four times | outside

A man who is suspected of shooting five neighbors last Friday because they complained about noise pollution has actually been deported four times in the past by US Immigration. Francisco Oropeza, 38, from Mexico, is still on the run from the police.

As early as March 2009, Oropeza was first informed by Immigration that he was not permitted to remain in the United States, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced Monday. He was then moved across the border again in September 2009, January 2012, and July 2016, according to ICE.

Oropeza was also convicted of drunk driving in Montgomery County, Texas in 2012 and was sentenced to prison.

The search for the man is still ongoing, but police announced on Monday that tracing had reached a dead end. Acting FBI agent James Smith admitted to reporters Sunday that “we have no idea where he is.” “At this point, we don’t have any leads.”

Police have contacted more than 250 officers since the shooting in an effort to trace the shooter. An $80,000 reward has now been offered for information leading to the suspect’s arrest.

Francisco Oropeza ©AP

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