I want it to rot! A woman is shot to death after her husband made a face at the driver on his way to work in Texas, as he reveals his chilling warning before the tragedy and pleads for the gunman to be caught
- Zane Jones’s wife, Paola Nunez Linares, 37, was shot near Fort Worth on Tuesday.
- Police have not identified a suspect and the shooter is still at large.
- Paola had recently moved to the US from Honduras to be with Zane.
A woman was shot to death in a road rage incident in Texas after her husband yelled at a driver on his way to work.
Paola Núñez Linares, 37, and her husband Zane Jones were driving near Fort Worth, Texas, on Monday when she was shot in the back of the head after he made a rude gesture to another motorist for driving “aggressively.” “.
The grieving husband said that before the shooting, the couple had been following someone who was driving slowly in the right lane, so they used the left lane to pass.
Another driver approached the bumper of his Kia minivan and nearly ran into them before backing up.
“And I turned them off,” Jones said, adding that, “She [his wife] He always told me not to turn people around because you never know.
Zane Jones is pleading with the public to help him find the driver who shot and killed his wife Paola Núñez Linares after he turned them around.
Zane and the 37-year-old victim were driving to work near Fort Worth, Texas, on Monday when he was shot in the back of the head.
The grieving husband said he believed the other driver was cheating on him as well, but later realized they were holding a gun. The shooting occurred in the 1400 block of West Hurst Blvd, pictured above
Zane said that he thought the other person was tricking him as well, but then realized that he was holding a gun.
The driver then slowed down and fired a shot through the minivan’s left rear window, striking Paola in the back of the head.
Then they fired a second time, the bullet going through Zane’s headrest and windshield.
‘I need him caught, I need him prosecuted, I need him in prison. I need you to know that he didn’t just fire a gun at a car, “the end,” Jones told NBC Dallas-Fort Worth.
‘He killed someone who is unlike anyone else… I want him to rot.’
Zane said he didn’t realize Paola had been hit until he walked into a gas station to call 911 and noticed that she wasn’t ducking, but was slumped over and injured.
Paola was taken to the hospital and pronounced dead that night.
Police have yet to identify a suspect, and the shooter’s car has only been described as a small, dark-colored, older model.
Paola had just moved to the United States from Guatemala to be with Zane.
The Hurst Police Department told DailyMail.com on Wednesday that they still have no possible suspects or the make of the vehicle.
Speaking to DailyMail.com on Wednesday, Zane tearfully explained his devastation that he couldn’t get a better look at the shooter.
Paola had just moved to the US from Guatemala to be with Zane, who shared that he had told his wife that she would be safer in Texas than in her home country, where she had been robbed multiple times.
“She killed someone who fought so hard to be here, who loved my children, who loved me, someone who is building a life and a career for herself,” the widower said emotionally.
Someone who had nothing to do with anything. Someone who was a passenger of the person he was angry with.
The couple, who were married about a year and a half ago, met on a Facebook group for the band Switchfoot.
Paola recently got her green card and worked with Zane at a paint manufacturing company.
Zane and police have asked that anyone with information about the shooting come forward and contact Detective C. Jackson at 817-788-7179.
TO GoFundMe Created to cover travel expenses for Paola’s family, the memorial has raised $4,300 of its goal of $10,000.