Fugitive Wanted for Violent Attack on North Texas Woman Featured on “America’s Most Wanted”

WHITE SETTLEMENT, Texas – A violent fugitive, Cesar Colin, with potential ties to North Texas, was recently featured on “America’s Most Wanted,” according to the White Settlement Police Department. Colin is wanted for a violent attack on a woman in 2016, and authorities are seeking information on his whereabouts.

The incident took place on November 20, 2016, when officers responded to a 911 call and found the victim, Gloria Sanchez, who had sustained extensive injuries from a brutal knife attack by the suspect. Despite the severity of her injuries, Sanchez was able to call for help, and officers were able to locate her and provide immediate medical attention.

Investigators determined that the victim and Colin were in a romantic relationship and had returned home after a night out when the attack occurred. Colin allegedly attempted to sexually assault Sanchez at knife-point, ultimately fleeing the scene and leaving her to die. Despite efforts to locate Colin, he was not found, and it is believed that he may have fled to Mexico, where he has family.

Six months later, two men with guns reportedly showed up at a North Texas home where Sanchez was staying, leading her to believe that Colin had sent them to kill her. Despite her recovery, she now lives a private life and fears that Colin may have returned to North Texas.

White Settlement Police Chief Christopher Cook urged anyone with information on Colin’s whereabouts to come forward, stating that recent information suggests Colin may have returned to the North Texas area. The police department has increased efforts to locate Colin, and anyone with information is asked to contact the White Settlement Police Department’s tip line or Tarrant County Crime Stoppers.

The case highlights the ongoing threat posed by fugitives on the run and the impact it has on the victims. The police continue to work with federal partners to bring justice to the victim and ensure the safety of the community.