Fugitive Cesar Colin Wanted for Violent 2016 Attack on Woman

WHITE SETTLEMENT, Texas – A violent fugitive with possible ties to North Texas has been featured on “America’s Most Wanted,” according to the White Settlement Police Department. Cesar Colin is wanted for a violent attack on a woman in 2016, and authorities believe he may have returned to the North Texas area.

The incident occurred on November 20, 2016, when officers responded to a 911 call from a woman who had been brutally attacked by the suspect, Cesar Colin. Despite her injuries, the victim, Gloria Sanchez, was able to call for help and was promptly located by the officers, who provided immediate medical attention.

Investigators revealed that Colin and the victim had a romantic relationship, and the attack occurred after they returned home from a night out at a club. Colin allegedly attempted to sexually assault Sanchez at knife point, threatening to kill her if she called 911. When she managed to contact authorities, Colin heard the dispatcher’s voice and began repeatedly stabbing her before fleeing on foot.

After the attack, Colin reportedly fled to Mexico, where he has family, and has not been located by law enforcement since. Approximately six months later, two men with guns showed up at the home where Sanchez was staying, and she believes that Colin had sent them to kill her. Despite these allegations, Sanchez has made a full recovery and now lives a private life, although she fears that Colin has returned to North Texas.

The White Settlement Chief of Police, Christopher Cook, has urged anyone with information about Colin’s whereabouts to come forward, emphasizing the need to bring justice to the victim. The department has set up a tip line for individuals to provide information anonymously and is working closely with federal partners to locate Colin.

Anyone with information about Colin’s whereabouts is encouraged to contact the White Settlement Police Department’s tip line at 817-246-4973, email investigator@wspd.us, or call Tarrant County Crime Stoppers at 817-469-TIPS.