Man shot dead trying to protect his wife Houston
HOUSTON—Oscar Anibel Gomez was 53 years old and worked hard to support his family He was killed late Friday night, trying to protect his wife The family headed to their house in the southwest of Houston, Brookglade, nearby Dairy Ashford.
One of the suspects was beating her, trying to steal her bag. "He caught me there with a pistol on my chest she said. "His goal was my purse," she said, and she heard her husband say to the second robber, "Take her, take her." And I heard the gunshot.
When the gun was fired, she said the suspects were running, allowing her to run to her husband. "I told him, ' You need to live. You need to live. You can't do that to me. ' He said, ' They killed me. I'm going to die, ' Pineda said. Moments later, he's gone.
She expects the authorities can find a security video that will recognize the vehicle and the three people inside, whom she believes are all teenagers She wonders if she and her husband were pursued when they were driving home, so she wants justice.
She needs her husband to be taken back to Honduras for burial. We had been married for 14 years. Anyone with details about the murder can call Crimestoppers anonymously. A reward will be given in exchange for information that helps in a conviction. The number is 713-521-4600.
"What would I say to them? They turn themselves in and charging for killing a hard-working man. A man. We've come to this country from Honduras to get ahead, with sacrifice," the widow said in tears.
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