Bazoria County, Texas – On May 3, deputies in Bazoria County received a call from the Austin Bayou Boat ramp on FM 2004. A caller had reported what seemed to be a dead person inside pick-up truck. Deputies found a headless male body lying in the front seat of the truck.
An inspection of the victim’s body revealed that he had been indeed decapitated. Even after an extensive search, the victim’s head has not been found yet.
“They cut my son’s head off and they took my son’s head. Who would do that? They won’t even let me see him,” said Alexander’s father.
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According to ABC Local News the 24-year-old was sleeping in his truck, where he was living, under the bridge on FM 2004 in Angleton. He worked at a local chemical plant as a pipe fitter and he was trying to save money for bills. He moved to the area in order to work in the plant.
The victim’s body was found on May 3 in the evening after a fisherman, who is also a Galveston police officer, found Alexander on his truck and called the police. Alexander was identified through fingerprints as Jubal Dee Alexander from Port Arthur, Texas. Police are asking for public’s help to find more information about the case.
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Friends and family say he was never trouble. He worked exceptionally work because he wanted his father to be proud of him. His shift was a 10-hour, maybe a 13-hour shift. He used to work all night long, Alexander’s father said.
According to the family, the victim wasn’t robbed. Jubal’s wallet was found inside his truck with cash inside along with his guitar, the family said.
Alexander’s father also pleaded for help to anyone who has any information about his son’s murder. He added that he wants to find everyone who was involved in his son’s assassination, he also wants enough coverage so people can find out, because he don’t want this incident to be “swept under the rug or die in a cold case.“
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