Early Saturday morning Norberto Camilo Cabrera, 35 of Turtle Dove Lane in Magnolia was traveling at a high rate of speed north on I-45 feeder at Memory Lane, just south of West Road. Houston Police Investigators say he was intoxicated. For unknown reasons his full size SUV lost control, traveled across the median and struck a silver RAV 4 which was taveling northbound on the freeway. Lauren Rocha, 19, died as a result. Six other young ladies in that vehicle were also injured including Kassandra Clardy. Cabrera was also injured and transported in stable condition to the hospital. Houston Police have filed intoxication manslaughter and intoxication assault on Cabrera. His bond was set at $35,000 for Rocha’s death and $35,000 bond for the injury to Kassandra. On Monday an additional hold was placed on Cabrera for immigration.




35-year-old man Norberto Cabrera of Magnolia had charges filed against him for intoxicated manslaughter and intoxicated assault. He drove his car into the right passenger side of another car, killing an unnamed 19-year-old female. Photo: Kelly Schafler






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  1. justalocal

    No, he didn’t have enough cash to buy his way out of it. Woulda, coulda, shoulda. Enough cash makes anything go away in Amurica. That is the truth. So hot air away your fake outrage. When you know as well as I do that wealthy people buy their way out of this stuff all the time. But you won’t see that truth the news.

  2. BigBadWolf

    If the illegal alien wasn’t able to sneak across our border, Miss Rocha would still be alive today and the other girls wouldn’t have been hurt.

  3. TG

    ” On Monday an additional hold was placed on Cabrera for immigration.” How about that, another young life snuffed out by a criminal trespasser. Thanks politicians who won’t allow enforcement of our laws, thanks greedy business owners who want cheap labor, thanks US Chamber of Commerce for your support of these criminals. Thanks to all of you. And you wonder why Donald Trump was elected as our next President.

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