Robert ‘Jaden’ Urrea (Killed in Dallas) Biography: Wiki, Age, Shooting, Murdered

Who is Robert ‘Jaden’ Urrea? Robert ‘Jaden’ Urrea Bio/Wiki

According to Fox 4, Robert ‘Jaden’ Urrea, a student at Southern Methodist University, was shot and killed in Downtown Dallas on October 31, 2020. He was 19.

The fatal shooting was carried out at about 3 a.m. Local time, noted the Dallas Police Department. Police said they suspect Urrea was leaving a Halloween party or bar and when a car pulled up, he was walking down the street.

According to his Facebook profile, Urrea was originally from El Paso, Texas. In 2019, he graduated from Coronado High School.

At the intersection of Harwood and Jackson avenues, Urrea was identified. At the scene, he was pronounced dead. The death of Urrea marks the Dallas area’s 198th homicide in 2020. There were 200 murders in the city last year, which means Dallas has an 18.8 percent increase in killings in 2020.


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He was 19 years old.


Urrea graduated from Coronado High School in 2019 and is an up-and-coming El Paso guitarist. He played with Cherry Trap’s local band.


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Major Danny Williams of the Dallas PD said, “Detectives were able to locate surveillance video of the vehicle and suspects interacting with the complainant, and once the vehicle leaves, the complainant falls to the ground apparently suffering from a gunshot wound,”

Taylor Bagley, who lives near the scene of the crime, told CBS DFW how he feels about his neighborhood’s uptick in violence. I know I certainly got it, and some of our other neighbors were a bit shaken up here. I think there’s an uptick in how much I think there’s been something like that going on, and it certainly didn’t go unnoticed.

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Williams announced that the police were broadening their street presence. He was saying, “This is Halloween weekend, and because of that, and because of the fact that we have a big week coming up in Dallas, the Department is making sure that the Downtown area has extra patrol. What we are doing, is putting more resources on the problem, to immediately gain evidence and intelligence so that we can put people in jail when they commit heinous crimes, such as the one this morning.”


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There were no arrests and suspects as of November 1 in connection with the murder of Urrea. Police did not put out the suspect’s description but released the details of the car in which the gunman was. It is assumed that the car could be a white 4-door with a sunroof and custom wheels.

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