Sunday, June 16

FBCSO: Help Needed to Identify Unidentified Drowning Victim in Fresno, Texas

In a recent incident, a man tragically drowned in a pond in Fresno, Texas. The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking help from the public to identify the victim.

The call concerning the possible drowning arrived on Tuesday, June 13th, 2023, at around 3:38 pm, from a residence at the 300 block of Trammel Fresno, Fort Bend County, Texas. The deputies, upon arrival, discovered the body of a deceased Hispanic man who had drowned.

The Sheriff’s Office is conducting an ongoing investigation into the incident. As part of this effort, they are requesting public assistance in identifying the man, who is believed to have been a resident of Fresno, Fort Bend County, Texas.

The deceased man is described as a Hispanic male aged between 40 and 50 years, weighing about 150 pounds. He had a buzz haircut, brown eyes, and was characterized by thick, dark eyebrows, a short, dark-colored mustache, and a short, grey beard. Notably, he had no identifiable scars or tattoos.

At the time of the incident, the man was wearing a royal blue Adidas t-shirt featuring the word KANSAS in white letters outlined in red, along with grey Banana Republic pants. Additionally, he had on a brown dress belt, camouflage ball cap, and brown boots. A photo of his clothing is shown below:

Photo Courtesy of FBCSO

While the Sheriff’s Office has found no signs of foul play so far, they are still looking to confirm the identity of the man. Any individuals with information are urged to contact the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office at 281-341-4665, option 1.


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