BRAZORIA COUNTY, TX --Jubal Alexander was taking after his father by working in chemical plants across Texas.
The father and son just had dinner together days before his son was murdered and decapitated in Angleton.
"They cut my son's head off, and they took my son's head. Who would do that? I couldn't even see my son. They won't even let me see him," Alexander's father said.
Alexander's son was sleeping in his truck under this bridge on FM 2004 in Angleton. The 24-year-old was trying to save up money for bills, working at a local chemical plant as a pipe fitter. Friends and family said he was never in trouble.
Alexander described his son's work ethic.
"He wanted me to be proud of him, so we worked exceptionally hard," he said. "His shift was at least a 10-hour, maybe a 12-hour shift. He worked all night long."
The family also said their son wasn't robbed. They said Jubal's wallet was found inside his truck with cash inside along with his guitar. A fisherman who is also a Galveston police officer found Jubal in his truck.
Alexander also pleaded for help to anyone who has any information about his son's murder.
"I don't want to say anything to the person. I want help to find the people who do this. I want enough coverage. I want people to know I don't want this to be swept under the rug or die in a cold case. I want people to know," he said.
Alexander's head has not been found.
If you have any details that could help detectives working this case, call the Brazoria County Crime Stoppers at 979-864-2279.