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09-13-2008 01:31 PM
kg4kpg Looks like a little vigilanty justice is needed here. If the couple he killed were in my family, he would never see jail time, we'd get to him some way or another. Or I would damn sure make a deal to have him shanked.
09-13-2008 01:01 PM
4Jeepn Here is the time line of his other issues..

Uriel Perez Palacios timeline:

12:00 AM CDT on Wednesday, September 3, 2008

February 24, 2004 – Mr. Palacios pleads guilty to two counts of driving while intoxicated and is sentenced to 135 days in jail.

August 2005 – Mr. Palacios violates probation on two prior evading-arrest cases and is sentenced to 180 days in jail.

November 2007 – Mr. Palacios is arrested on drug possession and DWI charges. It's his third DWI arrest, making it a felony.

January 2008 – A Breathalyzer device is installed in Mr. Palacios' truck. The device will not allow the truck to start without measuring the driver's blood alcohol level.

April 9 – State District Judge John Creuzot orders that Mr. Palacios be rearrested and placed in Dallas County Jail, because he repeatedly failed tests on the Breathalyzer.

April 23 – Judge Creuzot reinstates Mr. Palacios' bail, and he is ordered to comply with the Breathalyzer requirements.

June 29 – Garland police arrest Mr. Palacios on charges of DWI and driving with a suspended license. He pays the $500 bond and is released.

July 8 – Judge Creuzot issues a warrant for Mr. Palacios' arrest and raises his bail to $500,555. The warrant was never served.

Monday – Mr. Palacios is accused of fleeing from Dallas County sheriff's deputies, crashing into two cars and killing a newlywed couple.

Tuesday – He is charged with two counts of murder.

SOURCE: Dallas Morning News research
09-13-2008 12:51 PM
Originally Posted by jeeperman View Post
Feet first, that way you can see the expression on his face!
09-13-2008 12:19 PM
Originally Posted by 02Prove View Post
They need to throw that bastard head first into a wood chipper.
Feet first, that way you can see the expression on his face!
09-13-2008 10:51 AM
02Prove They need to throw that bastard head first into a wood chipper.
09-13-2008 09:21 AM
Drunk Driving Suspect With 4 DWIs Kills Texas Newlyweds

Now this is messed up!

Drunk Driving Suspect With 4 DWIs Kills Texas Newlyweds
Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Associated Press

DALLAS — A car driven by a drunk driving suspect with four previous DWI arrests raced away from a sheriff's deputy, ran a red light then went airborne after a wreck and landed on top of an SUV, killing a newlywed couple inside, authorities said.

Second-grade teacher Erika Clouet, 24, and her husband of a little over a month, construction worker and aspiring musician German Clouet, 23, of Irving, were killed in the accident early Monday.

The driver, Uriel Perez Palacios, 22, of Dallas, remained in the hospital Tuesday. His passenger had to be cut from the vehicle and was also hospitalized.

Officials on Tuesday charged Palacios with two counts of murder and three counts of intoxication assault. A phone listing for Palacios could not be found.

Palacios was arrested as recently as June for driving while intoxicated and was released after paying a $500 fine. He was also involved in two police chases and had four outstanding drug and DWI warrants, officials said.

A Dallas County sheriff's deputy pulled over Palacios around 2 a.m. Monday after spotting him weaving through traffic, authorities said. As the deputy approached the car on foot, Palacios sped off with his lights off and drove through a red light, striking a sport utility vehicle carrying five Southern Methodist University students.

Palacios' car went airborne and crashed into the Clouets' SUV, crushing it and killing them at the scene, authorities said. The couple was returning from a date at the movies.

"She was a wonderful teacher and will be greatly missed," said Irma Vega-Zadeh, the principal at the elementary school where Clouet taught.

At least three others were injured, including two SMU students who were hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.

"Many deputies said it was one of the worst accidents that they ever saw," Dallas County Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Kimberlee Leach said in a story on The Dallas Morning News' Web site. "You couldn't make out what kinds of vehicles were involved."

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