They caught the man who killed his partner out of jealousy

They caught the man who killed his partner out of jealousy

The Cicpc reported on the capture of José Luis Dávila Montilla (48), accused of killing his sentimental partner Yoliana Teresa Escalona Villamizar (29).

Details of this femicide were offered last Monday by Commissioner Douglas Rico, director of the scientific police through the Cicpc al Díaz program, broadcast on his social networks. From there, Rico recalled that this event occurred in a hotel on Avenida Sur 4, corner of Glorieta to Avenida Lecuna, Santa Teresa parish, Caracas. Yoliana’s body was located on June 28 in a hotel room, presenting bruises in the area of ​​her neck.

Once the crime was committed, the man made a phone call to Yoliana’s ex-partner, with whom she had four children, to inform him of the fact. Dávila suspected that Yoliana was secretly seeing that ex-partner, a situation that the criminal investigation ruled out, the police chief said.

The alleged femicide was handed over to the 47th Prosecutor’s Office of the Public Ministry at the National Level with Full Jurisdiction.

other murderers

And in Tucupita, Delta Amacuro, Cicpc agents captured two subjects, accused of having killed Yan Carlos Caraballo Vegas (21). In this case, the detainees are registered as Yasmil José Cedeño Rodríguez (30) and Carlos Alejandro Fernández Cedeño (23).

Cedeño and Fernández beat Yan Carlos to death, according to what was aired by the director of the Cicpc. The subject’s fight with the victim occurred over a bicycle.

And in Caricuao, Caracas, Cicpc agents captured Deibi Javier Zambrano Morillo (27), nicknamed El Diablito, who held his sentimental partner, Yosmalil Carolina Torres Rodríguez (25), captive, Rico reported.

The subject’s behavior was due to jealousy, which led him to inflict several injuries on the woman using a knife and a stick, Rico highlighted during the radio program.

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