2017 Seagoville Flashback: Murder On Jack Street

Carlos Francisco Fajardo-Torres and Cristiam Roberto Fajardo-Torres (Dallas County Jail)

SEAGOVILLE – On the early morning of March 12, 2017, Seagoville Police Officers responded to a call of an injured person in the 700 block of Jack Street. At the scene, officers discovered 20 year old Luis Fernando Sanchez-Guillen unconscious from an apparent stab wound. Sanchez-Guillen was transported by ambulance to an area hospital, where he later succumb from his injury.

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Investigators determined that the victim was attending a party at this home, where he became engaged in fisticuffs in the backyard with two other attendees. During this fight, the victim was stabbed once in the neck that proved to be fatal.

After Sanchez-Guillen fell helpless to the ground, both suspects fled the home together on foot. Officer’s initiated an effort to search for both these suspects, which subsequently led to their apprehension shortly after daybreak.

18 year-old Carlos Francisco Fajardo-Torres, and 24 year-old Cristiam Roberto Fajardo-Torres were each charged with one count of Murder. Both are currently being held in the Dallas County Jail on $200,000 bonds in addition to immigration detainers issued through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement (I.C.E.).

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Neither the victim nor either suspect was a resident of this home. Carlos Fajardo-Torres and Cristiam Fajardo-Torres are brothers, and both are citizens of Honduras.

2017 Flashback is a regular SeagovilleGazette.com weekly feature that is posted every Monday.

Photo: Dallas County Jail