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Who Is Evans Arlington TX? Did He Died By Drowning? Death Update Of National Guard Specialist

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Who Is Evans Arlington TX? Bishop Evans is a 22-year-old missing Texas National Guard specialist who plunged into the river to rescue two struggling migrants who were reportedly drug smugglers. 

Evan’s Facebook page, Showed that he attended Ben Eielson Jr./Sr. High School and Mansfield High School.

Who Is Evans Arlington TX? Did He Died By Drowning? Death Update Of National Guard Specialist

The Texas Military Department is still looking for Bishop E. Evans, a Texas Army National Guard Specialist.

Additionally, teams from the Texas Military Department, Texas Department of Public Safety, Texas Parks & Wildlife, and the Border Patrol have been working continuously to locate SPC Evans.

Bishop Evans of Arlington Missing Update

Bishop Evans was a field artilleryman who went into the river along the US-Mexico border to help two migrants who were drowning and went missing.

According to a press release from the Texas Military Department, he enlisted in the Texas Army National Guard in May 2019. Evans is a member of the A Battery, 4-133 Field Artillery Regiment, based in New Braunfels.

Bishop Evans Age Disclosed

Bishop Evans, a 22-year-old Arlington, Texas resident, is currently missing.

Evans Marital Status In Details

There has been no information disclosed about the young Bishop Evans’ marriage or love relationship thus far. He doesn’t have any related information on his Facebook page.

He doesn’t appear to be married to a wife or children, based on his young age.

Has The Texas National Guard Been Found Now?

Evan was reported missing for the first time on Friday, April 22 at around 9:45 a.m. local time. Near Eagle Pass, Texas, on the US-Mexico border, he dove into the Rio Grande. In a river area known for high currents, he was attempting to save two migrants.

 

Unfortunately, there has been no sign of the soldier. The Texas Military Department, Texas Department of Public Safety, and the Border Patrol are all working together to find the soldier as soon as possible.

The two migrants who looked to be drowning and for whom Bishop attempted to save them were, according to the Texas Rangers, involved in illegal international drug trafficking. US Customs and Border Patrol has them in custody.

 

 

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