Quintana Roo authorities linked former Victoria Esperanza Salazar Arriaza, a Salvadoran woman killed by Tulum police officers, to the process.
The subject was identified as Hector ‘H’ and is charged with the crime of sexual abuse in the grievance of a minor.
Last Tuesday, the governor of the entity, Carlos Joaquín González, disclosed that this guy apparently «generated or had abuse over Victoria and one of his daughters.» However, the state prosecutor’s office reserved the identity of the victim.
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In a statement, the state unit noted that the psychological, medical and criminal evidence «was presented to demonstrate the likely involvement of the accused in the wrongful event, taking advantage of the family’s closeness to the victim.»
A review judge issued the precautionary measure of informal pre-trial detention against Hector ‘H’ for the duration of the criminal proceedings. And there will be two months to close the investigation.
Hector ‘N’ was arrested by quintana Roo authorities on 30 March.
On March 27, four Tulum policemen resulted in the death of Victoria Esperanza Salazar Arriaza after subduing her to the ground.
The four officers were admitted to a penalty and made available to a judge for their likely involvement in femicide.
Victoria, 36, was originally from El Salvador and arrived in Mexico in 2016 applying for protection. I was accompanied by his daughters, who were 11 and 10 at the time.
On 31 March, the Q Roo Prosecutor’s Office reported that the eldest of them, now 16, voluntarily appeared in the Public Prosecutor’s Office and was in the custody of the state unit.
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