Euless man is third suspect arrested in Arlington double homicide

Posted Friday, Sep. 13, 2013  Print Reprints
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A third suspect has been arrested in the fatal shootings of a man and a woman Sept. 7.

Miguel Trevino, 21, of Euless was arrested Thursday in Houston by the U.S. marshal’s Gulf Coast Task Force, a news release from the Arlington Police Department said.

Trevino was in the Arlington Jail on Friday facing a capital murder charge. Bail was set at $100,000.

Two other suspects were arrested Tuesday — Anibal Hernandez, 20, of Arlington and Juan Carlos DeJesus, 24, of Irving.

Hernandez was in the Arlington Jail also facing a capital murder charge with bail set at $250,000. DeJesus was in the jail facing a charge of tampering with evidence. His bail was $50,000.

Police did not release photos of the suspects, saying detectives continue to conduct photo lineups with witnesses.

Killed were Mack Torres and Aracely Charles, both 31. A relative found their bodies about 11:30 a.m. Sept. 7 in Torres’ apartment at Stone Canyon Apartments in the 2100 block of Madison Drive, police said. The complex is near Whole Foods Market at Collins Street and Lamar Boulevard.

The Tarrant County medical examiner’s office had not posted information about the deaths as of Friday night.

Police have said the shootings occurred after an argument but have provided no further information.

Mitch Mitchell, 817-390-7752 Twitter: @mitchmitchel3