Bookings Photo of 19-Year-OlD Marco Cobos
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By: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter
Syndicated by: Montana News
Democrats are to thank for yet once again allowing a Mexican national, (illegal Alien) to live in the United States illegally for 18 years committing a string of crime sprees over those 18 years. Now his crime was murdering an elderly grandmother, torturing her for almost an hour as she begged for her life.
75-year-old Etta Nugent lived in a peaceful Houston Texas suburb of Sharpstown where according to the police Sharpstown is relatively low on violent crimes.
According to a police interview with the killer 19-year-old Marco Cobos, he stated that he knocked on her Etta Nugent's door as Etta Nugent answered the door speaking to Marco Cobos through a crack in the doorway. Shoving the door open, Cobo forced his way into Etta Nugents home.
According to Cobos interview with police, and Court records, Cobos stated that he started to stab Etta Nugent multiple times in the chest. Thinking he had killed her successfully, Cobos walked into the kitchen to find more knives.
Cobos heard a noise at the door and saw Nugent trying to escape off of her front porch. Cobos ran after her grabbing her as she got outside, and "BearHugged her" Dragging her back into the house, he was able to get different kinds of knives from Etta's kitchen then continued to repeatedly stab Etta until he was utterly satisfied that Etta was dead.
Cobos ransacked her home taking her keys and a little over $500.00 from Etta's purse and used that money to buy food and a battery for the stolen vehicle that he had been driving until it quit. The vehicle was an F150 pickup truck.
Later returning to the dead victims home, Cobos found a credit card belonging to Etta and used that credit card to pay for his cell phone bill.
Cobos was in the country illegally, and his last known address was somewhere in Phoenix, Arizona.