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Ennis Police Department

If you know who these two are or where they may be staying we ask that you contact Detective Sgt. Jeff Bates of the Ennis Police Department at 972-875-4455 ext 2258.

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE NEEDED!

The individual in these pictures is a person of interest in a burglary of a motor vehicle, credit card abuse, and catalytic converter thefts.

If you know who she is or where she may be staying we ask that you contact Detective Sgt. Jeff Bates of the Ennis Police Department at 972-875-4455 ext 2258.

Together we can keep Ennis the great place it is to live and raise a family.

"IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING!"

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OFFICIAL RELEASE
Midlothian Texas: (22MP027879)
Death Investigation
******UPDATE******

OFFICIAL RELEASE - UPDATE

Midlothian, TX: 22MP027879

Death Investigation

June 3, 2022

On May 27, 2022 at approximately 9:50 PM, Officers from the Midlothian Police Department responded to a deceased person in the roadway at Railport Parkway and the US HWY 67 service road. Investigators from the Traffic Unit and Criminal Investigations Division responded to the scene and began an investigation.

Investigators were able to obtain video footage showing the victim, identified as Felimon Copalcua-Vasqeuz (H/M, 51 years of age), climbing onto a semi-truck at a fueling station in Edinburg, Texas and hiding in the wind deflector. The semi-truck then traveled nonstop to Midlothian, TX to make delivery at the Target Distribution Center. Investigators believe the victim attempted to exit the vehicle as the truck turned onto Railport Parkway from the US HWY 67 service road and was struck by the truck tractor’s rear wheels.

The driver of the semi-truck has been identified and is cooperating with the investigation. Investigators have reviewed several pieces of evidence in this case including electronic logs, GPS data, and video surveillance along with interviews of the driver and witnesses. At this time, it appears the driver had no knowledge that the victim was on his truck. The investigation is ongoing and the case will be forwarded to the Ellis County District Attorney’s Office for review.

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