FULSHEAR, Texas The suspect wanted for the shooting of a popular Houston restaurant owner has been caught.
Michael Warren was arrested Thursday afternoon at a Rosenberg motel.
Detectives from the Fort Bend County Sheriff s Office and a Texas Ranger found him, thanks to an anonymous tip.
Warren was holed up at the Palace Inn on U.S. 59 near the intersection of FM 2218.
Investigators say Warren, 58, shot girlfriend Sylvia Casares in the stomach at her Fort Bend County home Monday night.
Casares was airlifted to Memorial Hermann Hospital where she underwent surgery. She is in stable condition and is expected to recover.
After the shooting, Warren stole money from the house and escaped in Casares truck, according to the FBCSO.
The truck was found in Lafayette, Louisiana on Thursday. Warren was apparently returned to Fort Bend County by a relative in Lafayette, according to the FBCSO.
Warren worked for Casares and they co-owned No Borders food truck, according to the Houston Chronicle.
Casares is also the owner of Sylvia s Enchilada Kitchen restaurants on Woodway and Westheimer.
Warren is in the Fort Bend County Jail with a $100,000 bond.