The five victims killed by an escaped convict in Texas were identified Friday night.
Gonzalo Lopez, 46, escaped custody May 12 during a prisoner transfer. He had been serving two life sentences for murder.
Police said Lopez attacked a family in a cabin outside Centerville, a rural city between Dallas and Houston. His victims were identified as Mark Collins, 66; Waylon Collins, 18; Carson Collins, 16; Hudson Collins, 11; and Bryson Collins, 11, according to Houston CBS affiliate KHOU.
The Collins family was staying at a vacation home in Centerville, according to authorities. Mark was the grandfather of all four youngsters. Waylon, Carson and Hudson were brothers; Bryson was their cousin. All four attended Tomball Independent School District in a Houston suburb; Waylon had just graduated.
After the killings of the Collins family, police tracked Lopez to Jourdanton, about 35 miles south of San Antonio. Officers fatally shot Lopez when they caught up with him.
Police believe there was no connection between Lopez and the Collins family. They said he stole their truck and drove it south.
A GoFundMe has been created for the surviving Collins family members.