A man was arrested Tuesday after the brutal murder of a male Uber Eats delivery driver who was dismembered.
Demonic Murderer Arrested
Oscar Solis is a parolee and accused MS-13 gang member who murdered Uber Eats driver Randall Cooke in Florida, according to the Pasco County sheriff.
Cooke, 59, made a food delivery to a home on Moog Road in Holiday a little before 7 p.m. on April 19 and then vanished.
Cooke’s wife reported him missing on April 19 after he failed to return home or answer his phone, even though he had sent her a text saying he was on his last delivery of the night, according to a complaint filed in court.
Oscar Solis Jr., 30, is charged with killing the driver during a delivery at a home in Holiday, Florida, Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco said at a news conference.
Sherriff Finds Gruesome Evidence
Pasco County sheriff’s detectives went to the site of Cooke’s last known delivery and spoke with Solis’ roommate, Glenn Heil, who allowed detectives access to security video. A clip from 6:56 p.m. showed Cooke at the door with a delivery bag, but it then cuts off after about 30 seconds.
Video from cameras in the back of the home showed men carrying large black trash bags out of the home the next morning. Heil gave a detective written consent to open trash bags, at least one of which contained “identifiable human remains,” the complaint said.
A search warrant was obtained, and trash bags were sent to the medical examiner’s office unopened to preserve the potential evidence, the complaint said.
Authorities found Cooke’s wallet and keys in Solis’ bedroom, according to the complaint.
Solis Was Part of a MS-13 Gang
Solis faces several offenses in the slaying and dismemberment of an Uber Eats driver who had brought food to the assailant’s house.
Cooke’s remains were found at the house in trash bags and a cooler, which also contained a receipt with Solis’ name on it, according to a police affidavit.
The sheriff, Chris Nocco, described Solis in a news conference as “demonic” and said he was “affiliated with MS-13 from Indiana.”
“This was a horrific crime of passion,” Nocco told reporters. “This was demonic. What he did was demonic.”
He said Solis “yanked him in and killed him,” and the victim could have been anybody.
Investigators say that “demonic” MS-13 gang member Oscar Solis cut up his body for “no reason.”
The roommate of the ex-felon fled to a hotel with his family after finding blood on the living room floor and hearing a loud noise in the middle of the night, according to court papers.
Solis faces charges of murder while engaged in a robbery, failure to register as a convicted felon and for a parole violation, jail records show.
Solis was released from an Indiana prison in January after serving four years for an assault and burglary conviction, Nocco said.
He moved to the Florida home about three months ago.
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