Katy Murder More Brutal than First Appeared

The home on Coriander Driver where the murder took place. - Metro Video


KATY (Covering Katy) –  Courts charging documents reveal more about a murder that happened Thursday night in Katy.  According to documents obtained by Covering Katy, Rene Jaime, 52, murdered his wife Mary Jaime, 52, by stabbing her multiple times with a screwdriver and a fire poker.

It happened in the 22400 block of Coriander Drive at Cinnamon Drive which is just south of the Katy Freeway between the Grand Parkway and South Mason Road. (See map below)

The call came in at about 9 p.m. When law enforcement arrived they found the wife’s body inside the house.

“Upon arriving, deputies discovered the victim, 52 year-old white female, deceased from multiple apparent stab wounds,” said a statement from the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

“Deputies met with the victim’s husband, 52 year-old Rene Jaime, who stated he and the victim had gotten into an argument and a fight while their two teenage sons, ages 15 and 13, were in another room,” the statement also said.

Jaime’s bond has been set at $50,000.  He is tentatively set to appear in court Monday morning at 9 a.m. in the 208th Harris County Criminal Court, 201 Franklin (Floor: 17) Houston, TX 77002.

The homicide happened on Coriander Drive. Courtesy Google Maps

Rene F. Jaime has been charged with murder in the stabbing death of his wife. Courtesy HCSO


  1. Considering the brutality, I would understand no bail was set at all. I haven’t heard of him being drunk or impaired in any way, just pissed of that turned into uncontrollable rage. He belongs in a cage.

  2. If supposedly the DA prosecuting this case withheld evidence from the defense, then why aren’t some type of charges being filed on him? Another attorney caught being crooked.

  3. That’s a low bond but I will quarrel with you about most people in Katy having 50K in their checking account. That’s another myth about Katy.

  4. 50k, in Katy, for that!??!!?!? WTF, most people in Katy have that in checking. Why bail at all?

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