• Christopher Rodríguez was arrested in Texas for illegal trafficking and causing an accident with injuries
  • Rodríguez tried to escape at full speed from a highway patrol when he lost control of his truck
  • In a GMC Yukon, Rodríguez was hiding 12 illegal immigrants and 5 of them were injured

Christopher Rodríguez was arrested in Texas for illegal trafficking, causing an accident that left several injured.

Rodríguez, 31, was detained by a highway patrol from the Texas Department of Public Safety (TxDPS, for its acronym in English), towards the southeast of the state in an area of ​​cattle ranches.

According to the legal documents of the case, consulted by MundoHispánico In Texas, on Friday, February 19, 2021, at 3:00 p.m., the TxDPS patrol car was making its normal patrol on I-59 east of Laredo.

Highway I-59 is a road that begins right in Laredo and runs parallel to the coast in front of the Gulf of Mexico, until it reaches the Houston metropolitan area and goes up to the city of Texarkana, almost with Arkansas.

Many human and drug traffickers use that highway to travel north because it is less guarded than I-35, the other interstate highway that leaves from Laredo heading north and goes up to Dallas.

The TxDPS highway patrolman noticed that the GMC Yukon truck had broken taillights and tried to stop it for a routine violation, so he turned on his hazard lights to warn him to stop.

However, the Hispanic driver of the GMC Yukon truck, instead of heeding the orders of the patrolman, sped up and tried to lose himself from the agent through a rural road.

The GMC Yukon driver veered off the I-59 main road and onto FM-2895 country road, speeding about five miles south.

Christopher Alberto Rodríguez was arrested for transporting undocumented persons (PHOTO Webb County Sheriff’s Office)

The truck, according to the report of the TxDPS patrol, was heading towards the town of Aguilares.

Trending on Canadian News  Sweden discusses NATO membership

Christopher Rodríguez was arrested for illegal trafficking

The agent warned by radio that he was in pursuit of the truck and some police officers Border Patrol, stationed at a checkpoint in the town of Aguilares, they went out to meet the GMC Yukon.

However, the driver of the truck decided not to continue on rural highway FM-2895 and sped down a dirt road between a couple of cattle ranches.

At one point, the GMC Yukon driver sped up to try to escape the patrol car on the dirt road, but lost control of the vehicle and collided sideways into a wooden fence at one of the ranches.

This is how the truck that Christopher Rodríguez was driving was left, in which he was hiding 12 illegal immigrants (PHOTO Texas Department of Public Safety)

As it hit the fence at full speed, the truck began to tumble uncontrollably and rolled to the side, according to testimony from the officer, who suddenly stopped to help people inside the vehicle.

Filed Under: Christopher Rodríguez undocumented trafficking

Christopher Rodríguez was arrested for illegal trafficking

Christopher Alberto Rodríguez, his full name, was arrested at the scene by the TxDPS officer who discovered that 12 people were traveling inside the GMC Yukon who were injured, with moderate to severe injuries, at the scene.

Border Patrol agents who arrived to assist the TxDPS agent discovered that the 12 injured were undocumented and had just crossed the border from Mexico into Texas hours earlier.

Of the 12 injured, according to the TxDPS document, five were transported by ambulance helicopter to various hospitals in southeast Texas to be treated for their severe injuries, with life-threatening blows to the head.

Trending on Canadian News  Mattea Roach wins 22nd 'Jeopardy!' match; earnings hit $534K

While Christopher Rodríguez was taken to the jail of the Webb County, in Laredo, to face criminal prosecution on 12 counts of human trafficking, evading arrest, causing an accident with dangerous injuries and reckless driving.

Filed Under: Christopher Rodríguez undocumented trafficking

Christopher Rodríguez was arrested for illegal trafficking

About Mundo Hispanico.com – news and information website in Spanish.

MundoHispánico is the number one digital media company in Spanish in the United States that operates independently.

Since its inception in Atlanta, Ga. In 1979 MundoHispanico.com, owned by Mundo Hispano Digital Network, has grown rapidly. It has become the most widely read weekly newspaper in Spanish in the southeast of the country; and on one of the largest Spanish language news and information websites in the United States.

In addition to emerging as a leader in breaking news for the Spanish-speaking audience in the United States; MundoHispanico.com has several platforms optimized for marketing, such as Mundo Dinero, Mundo Motor, Mundo Latina and Mundo Fan, which provide our audience with exclusive and relevant content on these topics that they are passionate about.

MundoHispánico has 8 million followers on Facebook who interact with all its platforms, with breaking news and live video coverage of the main events of national importance. Find us on Instagram, Youtube and Twitter.

Subscribe to our weekly newsletter and participate for a $ 100 gift card each month. Receive your favorite news in your inbox from today.

Filed Under: Christopher Rodríguez undocumented trafficking


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.