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Man wanted in connection with home invasion, attack

Texas residents who may find themselves to be a person of interest in connection with a crime may want to know about a case that is unfolding in a major metropolitan area in the state. According to media sources, a warrant has now been issued for a man who is believed to have attacked a Fort Worth woman in her home Oct. 22.

Reports indicate that the investigation continues and that police have not been able to locate the alleged attacker as of press time. The man is described as a 210-pound Hispanic male standing 5 feet 5 inches tall who may be either in or headed to Mexico. Police believe that he once lived on the same street as the woman who was attacked. The incident occurred sometime around 5 a.m. after the woman fell asleep on her couch following a late night at work. Part of the attack was captured on home surveillance video.

Sources say that the man is shown to have been outside the home immediately prior to entering the residence through a window. When he allegedly approached the slumbering woman, he was reportedly out of the camera's view. Shortly after, the woman is seen struggling with the 28-year-old man before she attempted to climb out the window. At that point, the man apparently departed the scene as the woman yelled for help.

Although surveillance equipment did not capture the entire chain of events on camera, the woman's account of the intervening moments has been documented by news sources. Houston residents who may find themselves subject to a criminal charge in connection with a similar matter may want to seek legal counsel. After reviewing the facts of the case, an attorney may be able to identify protocol violations or other deficiencies in the prosecution's evidence that could ultimately lead to a dismissal of the charges.

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