Man faces Murder charge in Pleak shooting
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March 12, 2019

Richmond, Texas


             A 24-year-old man is facing a charge of Murder after a shooting incident in Pleak Monday afternoon.

            Santana Ray Losoya, 24, went before a Fort Bend County judge Tuesday morning and was given a $100,000 bond for shooting and killing his girlfriend, 22-year-old Brandy Cano, on Monday afternoon at a residence in the 6900 block of Pleak Crossing Road.

            Losoya and Cano were arguing when Losoya produced a handgun and shot the woman and killed her.

            Losoya went before a magistrate Tuesday morning and he is in the Fort Bend County Jail with a charge of Murder.

            “This incident is a tragedy,” said Sheriff Troy Nehls. “No argument should escalate to this level. The impact on both families and others will remain with them forever.”

            The case is still under investigation.

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