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Jose Guerra Sibrian Biography
Who was Jose Guerra Sibrian?
José Guerra Sibrian, 37, and several other gang members lured Estuar Quinonez, 16, to Buffalo Run Park in Missouri City and shot him dead by firing at least 15 bullets.
Quinonez was a key witness in several murders committed by gang members and his killers wanted to make sure he would never speak, prosecutors said.MS-13 gang member José Guerra Sibrian, 37, was sentenced to 50 years in prison Friday in Houston in connection with his role in the murder of a 16-year-old witness in 2016.
Missouri city law enforcement officers are seen investigating the murder of 16-year-old Estuar Quinonez in Buffalo Run Park in 2016
Documents from the Harris County District Attorney’s Office showed that Sibrian had been hiding in the park before the teen was killed.
The murder was initially planned when another gang member, 24-year-old Douglas Alexander Herrera-Hernández, called gang leaders in El Salvador for permission to remove the teenager.
Douglas Alexander Herrera-Hernandez, 24, was sentenced to life in prison on May 1, 2021 for his role in the murder of the 16-year-old witness.
Known as ‘Terror’, Herrera-Hernández admitted that he organized several gang members, including Sibrian, to hide in the park while two other members picked up the victim to take him there.
Herrera-Hernández and other gang members began shooting Quiñónez while he was sitting on a bench.
He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole on May 1.
‘We will continue to hold gang members accountable for their brutal and illegal actions that terrorize all.
Jennifer Rivera-Lopez was 21 when she was abducted and dismembered with a machete, allegedly by members of the MS-13 gang in Maryland.
Jose Guerra Sibrian Quick and Facts
José Guerra Sibrian, 37, was sentenced to 50 years in prison on Friday for the murder of a teenage witness in 2016.
Sibrian confessed to luring 16-year-old Estuar Quinonez to a park in Missouri City, Texas, where he was shot 15 times.
Sibrian’s co-defendant, Douglas Alexander Herrera-Hernandez, was jailed for life without parole for his role in the murder last month.