Hector was a gas station clerk that served as a potential witness in the murder of Sally Struthers.
After the murder of Sally Struthers, Hector went to the Barn claiming he had seen the suspect green car. As Detective Dutch Wagenbach interrogated him, he told him that the suspicious white guy paid $20 but only pumped $17 and left. He also told Dutch that the man didn't want him to see his face. When Dutch asked him if he had kept the $20 bill for fingerprints, he said that he didn't but that he kept the $3 change. When Dutch argued that the man had never touched it, Hector told him that it was his change and that it should work for something.