Rhyan Moody, a 14-year-old high school freshman from Colleyville, Texas, was killed when an illegal alien, apparently intoxicated, allegedly smashed an SUV into the car she was traveling in with her grandparents on Thanksgiving night, Nov. 23. Moody was in the back seat and died from blunt force trauma to her head. Her grandparents suffered numerous broken bones and are recovering.
Needless to say, if the illegal alien had not been in this country, Moody would be alive today.
Jose Victor Chaparro-Saenz, 38, was arrested in his vehicle not far from the accident. Alcohol was found in the vehicle and Chaparro-Saenz reportedly appeared intoxicated. He was charged with manslaughter, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and resisting arrest, according to FOX4 Dallas.
While in jail, an immigration detainer was placed on Chaparro-Saenz by ICE. According to Fox News.com, the illegal alien had been "previously caught illegally entering the U.S. in 1998 from Mexico." He voluntarily returned to Mexico at that time.
Rhyan Moody attended Colleyville Heritage High School. She was a cheerleader.
In a Gofundme page set up to pay for for Moody's funeral costs, her grandparents medical bills, and to establish a memorial scholarship fund, if says of Moody, "I was just an above average teenager who excelled in every area of life. I had a heart of gold and my personality filled the room. I am leaving behind a devastated family who will suffer from this tragedy for the rest of time.
"I have 2 broken hearted sisters who were my best friends. My grandmother and grandfather were in the accident as well, and both have outrageous medical bills. They will be recovering throughout the holidays with broken bones and broken hearts."
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