A Texas man and former fugitive was sentenced to 30 years in jail this week after he pleaded responsible to the homicide of his former boss.
Gerardo Alvarez, 46, murdered groundskeeping supervisor Todd Fenton, 48, by taking pictures him a number of occasions inside a faculty district bus barn in October 2013, FOX 4 reported.
Fenton was Alvarez’s boss with the Carrollton-Farmers Department Unbiased Faculty District on the time.
After Alvarez was named as a suspect attributable to surveillance video discovered on the scene, he fled to Mexico the place he remained a fugitive till he was arrested by Mexican authorities in 2020.
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He was extradited to Texas in 2021.
He pleaded responsible earlier than he was anticipated to face trial for the crime subsequent month.
“On the finish of the day, he thought it’d be finest to simply take the 30 years and keep away from a trial,” his lawyer Hugo Aguilar stated, in response to the Dallas Morning Information.
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The Carrollton police press launch added, “Sadly, Fenton’s spouse, Kathy Fenton, handed away in March 2023, and was unable to see justice served for the devastating lack of her husband,” in response to the newspaper.
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