Most Wanted Fugitive Cesar Colin’s Ties to North Texas Worry Victim, Police

WHITE SETTLEMENT, Texas – A fugitive with suspected links to North Texas has been featured on an episode of “America’s Most Wanted.” The White Settlement Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating Cesar Colin, who is wanted in connection with a violent attack on a woman in 2016.

According to authorities, on November 20, 2016, officers responded to a 911 call and found a victim, Gloria Sanchez, who had sustained extensive injuries from a brutal knife attack by Colin. The victim was able to get help thanks to the prompt response of the officers, but Colin managed to flee the scene and evade capture.

Investigators believe that Colin, who had a romantic relationship with Sanchez, fled to Mexico after the attack. However, six months later, two armed men appeared at the residence where Sanchez was staying, leading her to believe that Colin had sent them to kill her.

Despite the traumatic experience, Sanchez has made a full recovery but remains fearful that Colin may have returned to North Texas. White Settlement Chief of Police Christopher Cook is urging anyone with information on Colin’s whereabouts to come forward, emphasizing the importance of bringing justice to the victim.

The police department has set up a tip line and is appealing to the public to provide any information that may help in locating Colin. The community’s support is crucial in ensuring that Colin is brought to justice, and anyone with information is encouraged to contact the White Settlement Police Department or Tarrant County Crime Stoppers.