HOT: El Salvador immigrant transgender suspect, EscalanteMoreno Jeffrey, has a long criminal history dating back to 2005 before shooting up Lakewood Church KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, February 12, 2024

HOT: El Salvador immigrant transgender suspect, EscalanteMoreno Jeffrey, has a long criminal history dating back to 2005 before shooting up Lakewood Church

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that El Salvador immigrant transgender suspect, Escalante-Moreno Jeffery, has a long criminal history dating back to 2005 before shooting up Lakewood Church. 

Information reads: "The LGBTQ Texas Church shooter was a migrant from El Salvador. She has a long criminal history dating back to 2005. She was also a Bernie supporter, had a “free palestine” sticker on her gun, and identified as transgender."

Texas police on Monday identified the alleged shooter killed by police at Joel Osteen's megachurch as 36-year-old Genesse Moreno and said a 7-year-old boy shot injured in the shooting is the Moreno's biological son.

At approximately 1:53 p.m. Sunday, Moreno, carrying an AR-15 rifle, pushed past a security guard and walked into a hallway at Lakewood Church with the boy, the Houston Police Department said during a Monday news conference.

As Moreno went down, officers reported that she threatened to have a bomb, prompting officers with the bomb squad to search her car and backpack, though no explosives were found.

Houston Fire Department Chief Samuel Peña said of the investigation that hazardous materials tests were conducted, and there were no risks of exposure to any chemicals during the shooting at the church.

According to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, one of its members was among the multiple commissioned peace officers who responded to the shooting.

TABC said Monday that Agent Adrian Herrera was working off-duty as a security officer at the church when Moreno opened fire. Herrera and one off-duty HPD officer engaged Moreno and "neutralized the threat," the agency said.

Over the next 12 minutes, Moreno opened fire in the hallway, exchanged gunfire with two off-duty officers who were providing security at the church and was fatally injured, said Houston Police Department Cmdr. Chris Hassig.

Multiple rounds were fired, said Houston Police Chief Troy Finner. The boy was injured by a single shot to the head, police said, adding they do not yet know who fired the shot that hit the boy.

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