They dictate life imprisonment to taxi drivers for the murder of a merchant from León

They dictate life imprisonment to taxi drivers for the murder of a merchant from León

The taxi driver brothers Celso Terencio and Dicarson Rosalio Vallejos Meza, accused of the murder and aggravated robbery to the detriment of the Leonese merchant Aleyda Catalina Gómez, 56, were sentenced to life imprisonment.

The conviction was handed down by the Criminal District Judge of the Audiencia de León, Julio Daniel González Balladares, who ordered life imprisonment for aggravated murder, plus seven years for aggravated robbery to the detriment of the Leonese merchant known as Chelita, and six months of imprisonment. prison for the crime of aggravated robbery frustrated against her husband José Armando Rojas Medina.

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The event occurred on November 25, 2022, when the victim together with her husband boarded a taxi driven by Celso Terencio Vallejos Meza, in the Guadalupe neighborhood of León. During the tour, Dicarson Rosalío Vallejos Meza got into the vehicle as an alleged passenger, who proceeded to assault the couple with a knife.

The red taxi where the assault took place is one of the pieces of evidence that the police have to solve the crime. Photo: Courtesy

According to investigations, inside the car the money changer started a struggle with the subject and managed to open the door and jump out of the taxi. The merchant was unable to escape. Celso Vallejos continued driving, while her brother Dicarson grabbed Aleyda Gómez’s arm and stabbed her 33 times until she was lifeless.

The merchant’s body was found lifeless and in an advanced state of decomposition on the morning of Monday, November 28, in a mountainous property in the Los Ángeles, León region.

The Prosecutor’s Office determined that the Vallejos Meza brothers deprived the couple of a Samsung Galaxy A50 cell phone, valued at more than 200 dollars and 12,000 córdobas in cash.

At the corner of the banks in León, at least 17 money changers work, who assure that they feel insecure given the increase in crime in the country and the lack of a police guard, despite the fact that 30 meters to the north is a delegation .

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