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Rosenberg Area Murder-Suicide
Rosenberg, Texas
   
 
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Rosenberg Area Murder-Suicide 

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July 31, 2019

Richmond, Texas

 

On July, 30, 2019, at 2:39 p.m., the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office dispatch received a call concerning a shooting that had taken place at Highway 36 and Comanche Blvd, just south of Rosenberg, Texas. 

 

The ex-girlfriend victim was being given a ride by a friend and her friend’s teen daughter when her ex-boyfriend, and father of her child, drove towards them while shooting.

 

The victims were able to drive away from the shooter and seek safety with a FBCSO deputy working with Fort Bend County Road and Bridge.

 

It is believed that at this time, the shooter drove away and went to the home of his ex-girlfriend and shot and killed her family members.

 

The shooter then returned to the location of his ex-girlfriend and shot himself. He later succumbed to his injury and died at the hospital.

 

The shooter has been identified as Juan DeLeon Jr., 42.

 

The ex-girlfriend victim was able to tell deputies a brief sequence of events and expressed her concern for her family located at the 5000 block of Navajo Ct.   

 

Upon arrival, deputies discovered two deceased persons at the home.

 

The ex-girlfriend’s mother, Gloria Rivera, 64, was shot and killed at her home along with her adult son, Fabian Rivera, 40.

 

“This is absolutely heartbreaking for all the family members,” said Sheriff Troy Nehls. “These families will need prayers and support to help them through this time.”        

 

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