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PostSubject: Fugitive Alberto Morales shot, killed near Grapevine Lake   Sun Feb 17, 2013 8:44 am

Fugitive Alberto Morales shot, killed near Grapevine Lake

This place is about thirty minutes from my house! The guy escaped by stabbing a deputy with the earpiece off a pair of glasses the deputies let him have. One went inside a Walmart and he waited to stab the one that was alone with him. He eluded them for four or five days but guess what? They will not have to transport and worry about him ever again!


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Posted on February 16, 2013 at 3:55 AM
Updated today at 8:22 AM

Related:
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GRAPEVINE — After an intensive four-day manhunt, fugitive Alberto Morales was shot and killed by three officers near Grapevine Lake late Friday night, according to Grapevine police.
"I'm just so elated," said neighborhood resident Martha Eberlein. "I'm so happy; I'm so relieved that this man's been caught and we don't have to be on such a lookout."
The beginning of the end for Morales came less than three miles north of the Walmart parking lot where he made his violent escape Monday night.
Police got a 911 call from Teresa Parker, who returned to her home in the 2100 block of Forest Hills Road to find a bedroom light on. She knew something was up; her husband's clothing and her jewelry were missing.
The task force grew suspicious with the theft of clothing, and refocused its search for Morales near Parker's residence.
Morales was eventually found just before midnight in a wooded area about 100 yards from the Lake Forest Boat Club with the help of the Fort Worth police helicopter.
A Grapevine police officer and two members of the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force surrounded him, but Morales did not follow orders.
"When the officers told him to get on the ground, he lunged at the officers, and they subsequently shot him, fearing for their safety," said Grapevine police spokesman Sgt. Robert Eberling. "We're really relieved for the citizens of this community. We knew we had a dangerous individual out there on the streets, and he was capable of being extremely violent."
Grapevine police confirmed that the fugitive was found without any shackles that had been in place when he escaped. He was still wearing a the hooded prison-issued sweatshirt when found, Eberling said. Morales, 42, was unarmed when he was shot, but he was holding some sticks.
"He was very skilled and crafty as far as making makeshift edged weapons inside the prison," Eberling said. "That was in the forethoughts of the officers. He was able to almost kill an officer with some eyeglasses."
"I'm elated for the community," Parker said. "It's a good thing nobody got hurt."
"I feel nervous and anxious, but I feel grateful for our police officers," added neighbor Darlene Freed.
Morales — considered armed and extremely dangerous — had been at large after stabbing Miami-Dade County Detective Jamie Pardinas with a pair of eyeglasses Monday night as he was in transit to Las Vegas for a trial.
Pardinas has just been released from treatment at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas and was said to be resting comfortably at an area hotel, where he is likely to remain for several more days until travel restrictions are lifted.
The violent escape happened in the parking lot of a Walmart store at the corner of Highway 26 and Highway 114 in Grapevine, about 2.6 miles south of where Morales was gunned down.
For days, fear and anxiety grew in Grapevine and surrounding cities after Morales eluded capture. Schools even went on lockdown multiple days this week as a precaution.
Neighbors told News 8 on Facebook and Twitter that they could hear gunshots late Friday night when police finally cornered Morales. One person said the fleeing felon was felled in a horse pasture near some boat houses at Lake Grapevine.
"We are somewhat surprised — especially with the weather, the terrain — that someone was able to remain hidden for so long," Eberling said. "He obviously wasn't familiar with the area ... he felt more safe to be in a wooded area than trying to find shelter somewhere else or travel to another city."
The Miami-Dade County Police Department also confirmed to News 8 that Morales had been killed. Its officer is still recovering at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, but he was expected to be released soon and make a full recovery.
The body was taken to the Tarrant County Medical Examiner's office as several dozen officers gathered evidence at the scene.
The Grapevine officer who was involved in the shooting was placed on routine administrative leave pending the outcome of the shooting investigation.
"I'm just glad it's over," Grapevine resident Elmer Simendinger said. "I think we're all relieved."
WFAA Photojournalist Robert Flagg and the Associated Press contributed to this report.
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PostSubject: Re: Fugitive Alberto Morales shot, killed near Grapevine Lake   Thu Feb 21, 2013 3:01 pm

Like I said before, you reap what you so. Dirty scumbag got his just deserts.
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PostSubject: Re: Fugitive Alberto Morales shot, killed near Grapevine Lake   Fri Feb 22, 2013 9:15 am

Don't want to chase them any longer? Send them to TX!!! GGG!!

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PostSubject: Re: Fugitive Alberto Morales shot, killed near Grapevine Lake   Fri Feb 22, 2013 3:27 pm

It could be done in other states if they were not influenced by bad political dip dunks.
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PostSubject: Re: Fugitive Alberto Morales shot, killed near Grapevine Lake   Sun Feb 24, 2013 8:10 am

The sooner the rights of god-fearing America-loving patriots are protected and the scum of the earth are eliminated so as to not infringe upon the rights of the rest of us, the better off we will be!! TWIT!!

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PostSubject: Re: Fugitive Alberto Morales shot, killed near Grapevine Lake   Sun Feb 24, 2013 12:29 pm

Again you will not get an argument from me on this subject.
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