The home owned by Intocable drummer was searched by Laredo police investigators in connection with a double homicide in June.
By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic New Network U.S.A.
July 31, 2016
Laredo, Texas – The Laredo police homicide investigators executed a search warrant at a home owned by René Orlando Martínez, the drummer for the popular Tejano/Norteño music group Intocable from Zapata and his wife in connection with the double homicide of George O. Rodriguez, 20, and Alondra A. Gutierrez, 19, according to Exclusivo de Laredo in Facebook. Both the nude bodies of Rodriguez and Gutierrez were discovered at a vacant lot in the Northside of Laredo in the Lakeside Subdivision and had their heads covered with plastic bags.
Police reported that Rodriguez was wanted for an alleged shooting of a man in June. Apparently, Rodriguez and his live-in girlfriend were together when Rodriguez got into an altercation with the 23-year-old victim who was shot in the foot and leg. Rodriguez and Gutierrez were last seen by family members on June 13, the day of the shooting incident and were reported missing on June 16, according to police. Police also suspect that Rodriguez and Gutierrez were involved in elicit drug dealing.
Police want to talk to Martínez’s older stepson as a person of interest in the double homicide. The bodies of the victims were found in a vacant lot on June 26 near by the Martínez home.
Police have not released any further details concerning the search warrant at the Martínez residence.