Authorities identify woman found dead in San Jacinto River

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Authorities identify woman found dead in San Jacinto River

Authorities have identified the body of a woman who was found Monday floating in the San Jacinto River.

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of Tera Rose Hoseck, 31, as a homicide.

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Hoseck is originally from Minnesota and it is unknown where she was currently living or whom she knew, authorities said.

Hoseck had appeared to be in the water for several hours when her body was found about 5 p.m. at 17407 River Road by deputies on the west side of the river bank. Her body and face had been injured.

HPD INVESTIGATIONS: Man shoots woman who approached him with Mace, Taser at apartment near NRG Park A witness had directed deputies to the area next a vacant lot.An autopsy determined Hoseck’s death was a homicide, deputies said.Deputies are asking those with any information regarding Hoseck’s death to call the Harris County Sheriff’s Office Homicide Unit at 713-274-9100 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-8477. NEWS WHEN YOU NEED IT: Text CHRON to 77453 to receive breaking news alerts by text message | Sign up for breaking news alerts delivered to your email here. Chron […]

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