Alleged co-author of Ariadna’s femicide arrested

A woman was arrested as the probable material co-author of the death of Ariadna Fernández, whose body was located on the La Pera-Cuautla highway, in Morelos.
The first investigations indicate that the detainee was present when Ariadna lost her life.
“Upon verifying the identity of the person sought, 20 years of age, she was informed of her legal rights and an arrest warrant was complied with for the crime of femicide, when she was identified as a material co-author, since there is information that establishes that the detainee was present at the time the victim lost her life inside the apartment of her sentimental partner, where they arrived after having been in a restaurant in the area.”

The #SSC, the @FiscaliaCDMX and the @FiscaliaEdomex
They complied with an arrest warrant against a person possibly related to the killing of a woman.
— SSC CDMX (@SSC_CDMX) November 6, 2022

According to the authorities, the last day Ariadna was seen alive was October 30, in an apartment of the Cuauhtémoc mayor’s office where she was in the company of a man and a woman.
The arrest was carried out by elements of the Ministry of Citizen Security, the Prosecutor’s Office of the CDMX and the State of Mexico.

Authorities have not provided information about the man who was with both girls.
Ariadne’s case
Although Mexico City authorities are investigating the case as a femicide, the Morelos prosecutor, without a determined autopsy, attributed Ariadna’s death to “alcoholic intoxication” and bronchoaspiration.
The prosecutor of Morelos, Uriel Carmona, said that no traces of violence were found nor is there any data that the death of the young woman was due to an external cause. He rejected that it is a femicide.
“What we have legally and scientifically corroborated is that the cause of death of Ariadna ‘N’ is due to severe alcohol intoxication and a consequent bronchoaspiration. We found no traces of violence in it,” he said.
The young Ariadna Fernanda López was found dead on the afternoon of Wednesday, November 2, on the side of the La Pera-Cuautla highway, in Tepoztlán, Morelos. She was last heard from on October 30.
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Original source in Spanish

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