Police have billed a male in the dying of his roommate whose entire body was discovered decomposing in a bed room, according to Montgomery County authorities.
The 28-calendar year-outdated suspect, Brian Guerrero, was apprehended Saturday when he returned to the Magnolia apartment where Montgomery County Sheriff’s Workplace detectives were being investigating the dying. Guerrero was driving the victim’s car.
Law enforcement have been identified as at 8 p.m. to the condominium in the 29800 block of Indiana Avenue for a welfare verify following a caller mentioned the suspect had recently confessed to him that he killed the roommate. The id of the target, also 28, has not been released.
Detectives reported there were “evident signs of foul perform” in the condominium and on the roommate’s overall body but did not elaborate in a information launch.
Guerrero has because been charged with murder. Court docket documents demonstrate Guerrero has no prior criminal background in Montgomery County.
At the time of his arrest, Guerrero experienced an exceptional summons from August for a misdemeanor DWI charge in Harris County. Just before that, he was convicted in 2011 to two felony drug possession costs.