Fugitive with North Texas ties featured on “America’s Most Wanted” for brutal attack on woman in 2016 – White Settlement Police Department seeks help to locate him

WHITE SETTLEMENT, Texas – Authorities are on the lookout for Cesar Colin, a fugitive wanted for a violent attack on a woman in 2016. The White Settlement Police Department has reason to believe that Colin, who has ties to North Texas, may have returned to the area. The case has recently gained national attention after being featured on “America’s Most Wanted.”

According to reports, Colin is accused of brutally attacking a woman, Gloria Sanchez, in November 2016. The victim, who was unable to speak due to the severity of her injuries, was found by officers responding to a 911 call. Investigators believe that Colin, who had a romantic relationship with Sanchez, had attempted to sexually assault her at knife-point before fleeing the scene on foot.

After the attack, Sanchez claims that she was targeted by two armed men, presumably sent by Colin. Despite the ordeal, Sanchez has since made a full recovery and now lives a private life, though she remains fearful that Colin may have returned to the area.

White Settlement Chief of Police Christopher Cook has urged the public to come forward with any information on Colin’s whereabouts. He emphasized the need to increase the pressure and elevate the profile of the case in order to bring justice to the victim.

Authorities are asking anyone with information to contact the White Settlement Police Department’s tip line or Tarrant County Crime Stoppers. The case serves as a reminder of the long-lasting impact of violent crimes and the importance of community involvement in bringing fugitives to justice.