Dagoberto “Dago” Zubia Blanco, 47, died 06/05/11 in Amarillo, Texas as a result of a stab wound inflicted the day prior.1
Friends recall Dago (or Doggo) as a hard-working, conscientious father of four daughters and an indulging grandfather of two granddaughters.2
He’s interred in Llano Cemetery in Amarillo.
Dago was one of six children, born in Gran Morelos, Chihuahua. He resided with his wife at 1317 Jason Avenue in Amarillo.
Dago and several friends were watching boxing at his home on Saturday 06/04/11 while his wife was at a quinceanera.
When police arrived at the scene later same day, they found him lying unresponsive in the driveway with an unnamed individual performing CPR.3
He succumbed to his injuries a few hours later on Sunday 06/05/11 at approximately 1:42 am.
Thomas Jones, Justice of the Peace, ordered an autopsy be conducted in Lubbock on Monday 06/06/11. Cause of death was ruled homicide. Dagoberto had been stabbed multiple times in the upper body.
Law enforcement have no published suspects or theories as of this writing. The investigation has had a few leads, but none that developed into a suspect’s identification.
My research revealed very little about Dagoberto or the circumstances surrounding his murder. If you have a reputable source of information, please let me know so it can be incorporated into this summary.
Investigators are working to solve the Dagoberto Zubia Blanco case and bring his killer(s) to justice. If you have information about this crime, please report it.here.
- Amarillo Police Department Unsolved Murders, accessed 09/03/23.
- Amarillo Globe News: Man stabbed in driveway, published 06/05/11, accessed 09/03/23.
- Amarillo Crime Stoppers, accessed 09/03/23.