They complete an arrest warrant against Monserrat Juárez's boyfriend and father-in-law for her femicide
Elements of the Investigative Police (POI) of the Mexico City Prosecutor's Office, completed tonight an arrest warrant against Alexander "N" and Caesar "N"boyfriend and father-in-law, respectively, of Monserrat Juárez Gómez, for the feminicide of the 25-year-old girl.
According to FGJ sources, the agents moved to the North Prison, where the suspects are imprisoned for crimes against health, to execute the judicial order that was granted to them by a Control judge.
THEY DO NOT ACCUSE THEM FOR THE FEMICIDE OF MONTSERRAT
The @FiscaliaCDMX He has not yet accused Sean Valdés and Cesar Valdés of Montse's murder.
They were sent to the North Prison for drug dealing.
Their neighbors had already denounced them for being violent, but no one investigated.
— Carlos Jiménez (@c4jimenez) September 26, 2023
It will be in the next few hours that the imparter of justice define their legal situation in a hearing that will be held in the courts of the Judicial Branch located in the Doctores neighborhood, Cuauhtémoc mayor's office.
In the morning, a control judge imposed preventive detention on both of them during a audience which took place in the courts of the North Prison.
During the judicial act that lasted less than an hour, the judge described his detention that took place in the streets of the Cuauhtémoc mayor's office, one day after she was found dead Monserrat in a building belonging to the Miguel Hidalgo mayor's office, on September 22.
However, the defense of accused requested the duplication of the constitutional term of 144 hours, so it will be until next Monday that the judge defines whether or not he binds them to the process.
According to inquiriesLast Friday, police officers were alerted to an unconscious woman inside an apartment in the Anáhuac I neighborhood.
Caesar "N", He informed the agents that the young woman was his daughter-in-law and that she suffered from eating disorders.
ERUM paramedics determined that she did not present signs of vitality or violence, the latter was confirmed by ministerial authorities, who allowed a relative of the deceased to begin the funeral procedures.
However, elements of the PDI of the Femicide Prosecutor's Office went to the funeral home and rescued the corpse. The autopsy determined that her cause of death was multiple trauma, meaning that she died after being attacked.
Yesterday, the chief of the capital's Police, Pablo Vázquez, reported that they were suspended paramedics and police to determine responsibilities.
At the same time, the Internal Affairs Unit of the capital's Prosecutor's Office began an investigation to determine if there is responsibility criminal of one of the public servants who intervened in the first instance in the report of the death of Monserrat Juárez Gómez, who was reported as missing since last March.
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