Police have made more arrests following the capture of Francisco Oropesa, who is accused of killing five of his neighbors in Texas. Oropesa was captured on Tuesday evening after a four-day manhunt.
His wife, Divimara Lamar Nava, was also taken into custody in Montgomery County and is facing a charge of hindering the apprehension or prosecution of a known felon.
According to San Jacinto County Criminal District Attorney Todd Dillon, Nava had been providing Oropesa with food and clothes and arranged transport to the house where he was later taken into custody. A friend or acquaintance of Oropesa was also booked into jail on a possession of marijuana charge, and more charges are expected to be filed.