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Jose Fernando Corona Wanted for Murdering His Wife Maria Corona With a Chainsaw

Jose Fernando Corona Wanted for Murdering His Wife Maria Corona With a Chainsaw

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The Lewisville, Texas Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating Jose Fernando Corona on a warrant charging him with Murder. Detectives report that on April 26, 2010, Corona murdered his wife, Maria Corona with a chainsaw.

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He dismembered her body while she was still alive and then decapitated her inside their home. He then dragged her headless body into the street just minutes before a mailman arrived to deliver mail and found her body.

Maria was the mother of their six children ranging in ages from 7 years old to 20 years old. (story continues below photo)

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Corona fled the scene in a 2005 gold Toyota Sequoia with Texas license plate 247-DVH and it was later found abandoned in a Wal-Mart parking lot in Bedford, Texas.

He then took a 1991 gold two-door, Ford Ranger, with Texas license plate AA24004 from a Dallas used car dealership and never returned it.

Investigators believe that Corona may have fled into Mexico on April 27, 2010, at Laredo, Texas. Corona has extended family members in Euless, Grapevine, Mineola, Austin, and Houston, Texas as well as in Oklahoma, Washington and Mexico.

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  • This story has touched me so much seeing what the kids went through losing their mother to such a senseless act and hope Jose Corona responsible for the heinous act is caught and faces himself and consequences of his actions to bring closure for not just the kids, but the family of Maria too. I think of my cousin Rajesh who was murdered on 8/9/1997 and my family still hasn’t received closure to this day which we are still seeking. My thoughts are with the family & children of Maria and pray her killer is caught and put where he belongs.