Victor Cuevas parents– Victor Cuevas is the man who saw the tiger returning to his home Sunday in the video. Cuevas was out of jail on the bond to kill a Fort Bend County in 2017. Bevor allegedly evaded Houston police from the tiger somewhere else. The manhunt, Paschal, was also released from prison on a bond for killing when the police said that he committed more crimes. In addition to the murder of his wife, Paschal was accused of a fatal attack on his gun, an exacerbated police officer’s assault and armed robbery. He’s fleeting now. The last known sighting took place on 13 April. Victor Hugo Cuevas is the Texan man identified by a tiger incident in western Houston.
In Richmond City, Fort Bend County, Cuevas was arrested at his parents’ home. Richmond belongs to the metro area of Houston. On 10 May, according to prisoners’ records, Cuevas was taken to Fort Bend County Prison after 8 p.m. He is reported to have escaped arrest. In Fort Bend County, Cuevas is facing a murder charge. Cuevas was arrested on 10 May. On 10 May. But according to the Houston police, the big cat was still released. The neighbors saw the tiger for the first time on Sunday, May 9, calling 911. Social media have been used extensively for scene pictures and videos.
According to the Heavy testimony on the website of Fort Bend County courts, Cuevas was charged with shooting and killing Osiekhuemen Omobhude, the victims. The fire took place outside the restaurant Sushi Hana, in a parking lot. The investigators were told by witnesses that they saw two guns shooting in the Omobhude vehicle. Cuevas lawyer Michael Elliott insists his client has no tiger. The Houston Police are accused by Elliott of having made hasty decisions.