VA man charged with murder of Brenda Ochoa

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Six months after the remains of Brenda Ochoa Guerrero, 33, were found inside a car parked in front of Inova Hospital in Mount Vernon, one of the three men who hid the woman's body and left her in that vehicle was charged Friday with second-degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
This is Eric Antonio Rubio, 36 years old and resident of Alexandria, who is currently arrested in the aforementioned county jail.
Brenda's lifeless body was found on April 13 in the parking lot of the aforementioned hospital, located at 8033 Holland Road.
Last May, Rubio, along with David Littlefield, 43, and Eric Thompson, 36, all of Alexandria, as well as a woman, Yuris Pineda Gallegos, 29, of Maryland, were charged with the serious crime. of hiding a corpse.

Preliminarily, the medical examiner discovered that Brenda's body had a gunshot wound to the upper part of the body.

A subsequent investigation, coupled with new forensic evidence, led detectives to accuse Rubio of the murder of Ochoa Guerrero, local police reported Friday.

Surveillance video from early that morning showed the men driving Ochoa Guerrero's car into the parking lot shortly after 1 a.m. They were then seen being picked up in a van that immediately left the area, police said.

The body of the unfortunate victim was found several hours later, around 10:45 a.m. on April 13, after a man reported seeing an unconscious woman in the passenger seat inside a car in the hospital parking area.

Police asked community members who may have more information about other details of this crime or the motivations behind it to call 703-246-7800, option 2.

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