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Dallas County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified a woman whose remains were found last week along the Trinity River

Dallas, Texas – A recent report from the Dallas County Medical Examiner’s Office has confirmed the identity of a woman whose remains were discovered last week, eerily abandoned along the Trinity River’s meandering course.

The body found along Trinity River was identified as 31-year-old De’brenese Henry

The body, as per the examiner’s findings, is of De’brenese Henry, a 31-year-old woman who tragically lost her life. The grim discovery took place near the intersection of Brazos Street and E. Jefferson Boulevard, at a minute past quarter-past nine on the evening of last Saturday.

A preliminary autopsy of Henry’s mortal remains highlighted homicide as the cause of death. However, the medical examiner refrained from divulging additional details surrounding the sinister circumstances of her untimely demise.

This case is potentially the third in a heinous series of murders for the suspect

Upon the distressing discovery of Henry’s remains, the Dallas Police Department came forward with a chilling revelation. They suggested that Henry’s case was potentially the third in a heinous series of murders, potentially perpetrated by the same individual – Oscar Sanchez Garcia, a 25-year-old man.

Earlier this Wednesday, the long arm of the law apprehended Sanchez Garcia, subsequently charging him with the brutal murders of Kimberly Robinson, 60, and Cherish Gibson, 25. In the wake of this development, it was anticipated that a third murder charge would soon be filed, pertaining to Henry’s case.

A fundraising campaign on GoFundMe, initiated to manage the burgeoning funeral costs, witnessed Henry’s brother remember her as a “fun, loving, funny, hardworking sister and mom.” The bereaved family, in the throes of grief, is in the process of organizing a memorial service to commemorate Henry’s life.

Adding to the eerie narrative, the locale where Henry’s lifeless body was found coincides with the area where law enforcement earlier discovered Gibson’s lost mobile phone along with other material evidence associated with her murder.

The suspect is already jailed and currently charged with two murders

Currently, Sanchez Garcia finds himself incarcerated in the Dallas County Jail, facing two murder charges. A stringent bond of $2 million has been set for each of the charges. As for the anticipated third charge, no bond amount has yet been established. It remains uncertain whether Sanchez Garcia has secured legal representation to advocate on his behalf.

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