Police in Texas find a mass shooting suspect hiding in a closet and make other arrests.

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After a multiday manhunt, Francisco Oropesa, the suspect in a “execution-style” mass shooting that left five people dead in Cleveland, Texas, has been apprehended, according to authorities.

According to San Jacinto County Sheriff Greg Capers, Oropesa, 38, was apprehended without incident and without injury in Montgomery County, some 20 miles from the scene of the shooting.

In a press conference early on Wednesday, Chief Deputy Sheriff Tim Kean declared, “This thing is finally wrapped up.”

During a press conference on Tuesday night, Capers stated that the suspect had been “found hiding in a closet underneath some laundry.” According to Capers, the suspect will be transported from Montgomery County to the San Jacinto County Jail in Coldspring to answer to charges.




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