Accused Killer Raul Meza Jr. Suspected in 12 Murders, Including Austin Woman’s Death Confessed by Another Convicted Murderer

Accused Killer Raul Meza Jr. Suspected of Being Linked to 12 Murders

The Austin Police Department has confirmed that Raul Meza Jr., who is currently serving a life sentence for the murder of a child, may have been involved in nearly a dozen other murders. Meza was initially convicted in 2019 after killing a child who had been living with him.

However, new evidence has surfaced in a recent lawsuit that suggests Meza may have been responsible for the deaths of at least 12 other people. The lawsuit, filed by the family of one of Meza’s alleged victims, details how Meza came to live with the victim before allegedly killing him.

According to the lawsuit, Meza had been living with the victim for just a few weeks before the victim was found dead. Meza has been linked to the murders through DNA evidence found at the crime scenes.

In addition to the murders, Meza has been linked to other crimes, including theft and drug offenses. He was recently denied parole and is currently serving his sentence in a Texas prison.

The Austin Police Department is continuing to investigate the case and is asking anyone with information about Meza’s alleged crimes to come forward. Residents in the Austin area are being urged to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity to the authorities.