Someone noticed 35-year-old Cory Arizmendez’s physique on the bottom early Sunday morning and known as 911. His household in Rosenberg came upon about his dying on Tuesday.
Arizmendez and his mom, Annette Martinez, had been shut. She mentioned he instructed her he was at risk.
Martinez mentioned she had been begging him to go away Austin and are available again house to Rosenberg, however he saved his distance to maintain his kinfolk protected.
“It’s like the worst day of my life, for the rest of my life, is what it’s been like,” Martinez mentioned. She was headed house after spending Friday in Austin packing up her oldest kid’s private belongings and visiting the neighborhood the place his physique was discovered round 4:00 a.m. on Sunday.
“I had to see where my son took his last breath. I had to be there, and I had to say a prayer,” mentioned Martinez
Austin police are investigating Arizmendez’s dying as a murder. They mentioned his physique confirmed indicators of “obvious trauma.” Martinez mentioned her son had warned her that one thing like this might occur.
“Cory felt in danger for well over a month. He knew, at least what he told me, that people were after him, and they were trying to kill him. They were going to kill him,” mentioned Martinez.
Police have not named any suspects or made any arrests leaving Martinez with a number of questions. She would not know precisely why her son was in bother. How his physique wound up on this neighborhood, or who’s accountable for killing a person, she described as trustworthy, upfront, and constant.
“He’s a human being,” Marinez mentioned, “He’s a father, and his daughters will never hear his voice again.” Arizmendez leaves behind two younger daughters and several other kinfolk and associates in Rosenberg.
“In our community, Fort Bend, Cory is known by thousands. Our reach is so far. I want them to know how much Cory loved them,” mentioned Martinez.
She is comforted by the help of her group and recollections of her son. His homicide leaves so many unanswered questions. If you’ll be able to assist his household discover solutions, name Austin police at 512-472-TIPS.
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