The dismembered bodies of a child, woman and man found in burning dumpster in Fort Worth



Fort Worth Police are investigating after finding three dismembered bodies from a dumpster fire outside a business Wednesday morning.

The bodies were found just after 6:15 a.m. when police were called about a dumpster fire in the 3100 block of Bonnie Drive.

While extinguishing the flames, three bodies were found in the dumpster.

Police said the bodies appeared to be a child, young teenager or adult woman, and the third body was identified as David Lueras, 42.

The bodies were “burned and severely dismembered and parts of the body are missing,” Fort Worth police said. This is what poses problems of identification of the other two bodies.

Luergas would frequent the Dallas area and have ties to the Hurst, Euless and Bedford area, police said. According to records, Luergas has an extensive criminal history including drug possession, theft and fraud.

The grass off Bonnie Drive is still charred from the fire where neighbors said the dumpster was.

It was recovered by the police after the cleaning of the premises.

“There were two dozen people here and cars all over the street, and people were in hazmat suits to get into the dumpster and they borrowed a ladder to get in and the firefighter helped. to do it, ”recalled Andrew De Jong, who works nearby. “It’s pretty tragic, but I just hope the detectives can get to the bottom of this.”

No further details have been released yet. Police have not released any type of suspect description or the number of people involved, but are asking the public for help in solving this triple murder.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective M. Barron at 817-392-4339 or Detective T. O’Brien at 817-392-4338. Callers can also contact the Homicide Unit directly at 817-392-4330. Callers can also remain anonymous by contacting CrimeStoppers at 817-469-8477.

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