Thirty-three-year-old Israel Aguirre, who has earlier been arrested for murder, prostitution, theft, and failure to ID, now has the reward money for his capture increased to $10,000.
Aguirre had been convicted of a theft charge in 2002 and had been incarcerated at a Texas Department of Criminal Justice facility. He was deported to Mexico after completing his sentence before being charged with murder.
In 2005, Aguirre made a no contest plea to charges of prostitution and failure to ID in Dallas and was released on bond in relation to his murder charge. He appeared in court a couple of times between the years 2005 and 2007 before disappearing.
The Kaufman County Sheriff’s Office issued a warrant for Aguirre’s arrest on Sept. 9, 2007. It is believed that the suspect frequents the Dallas area.
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