Casualties distinguished in got away from Texas convict’s assault, including ongoing secondary school graduate

The five casualties killed by a got away from convict in Texas were recognized Friday night.

Gonzalo Lopez, 46, got away from care May 12 during a detainee move. He had been carrying out two life punishments for homicide.

Police said Lopez went after a family in a lodge outside Centerville, a country city among Dallas and Houston. His casualties were distinguished as Mark Collins, 66; Waylon Collins, 18; Carson Collins, 16; Hudson Collins, 11; and Bryson Collins, 11, as indicated by Houston CBS member KHOU.
The Collins family was remaining at a country estate in Centerville, as per specialists. Mark was the granddad of each of the four adolescents. Waylon, Carson and Hudson were siblings; Bryson was their cousin. Each of the four went to Tomball Independent School District in a Houston suburb; Waylon had quite recently graduated.
After the killings of the Collins family, police followed Lopez to Jourdanton, around 35 miles south of San Antonio. Officials lethally shot Lopez when they found him.
Police accept there was no association among Lopez and the Collins family. They said he took their truck and drove it south.

A GoFundMe has been made for the enduring Collins relatives.