In accordance with Denver police, three individuals have been detained in relation to the homicide of a 17-year-old lady final spring.
Jasmine Rivas-Hernandez was found shot to dying in an alleyway on March 26 within the metropolis’s Montclair district. A police affidavit despatched to The Submit described how her legs had been found crossed on the ankles and mounted with a pair of white headphones.
Police detained Robert Adam Solano, 34, Joseph Thomas Chavez, 26, and Shiloh Fresquez, 21, for his or her alleged involvement within the teen’s dying virtually ten months later.
In accordance with the data, Chavez’s DNA was found in a stolen truck that had been seen on safety movie rushing down the alley hours earlier than Jasmine was found, serving to police determine the group. The car additionally had blood from Jasmine, in line with the authorities.
In accordance with their cellphone data, Fresquez and Solano, a pair, had been collectively on the time of the homicide and had been only some blocks away.
Solano might have been the one to fireplace the shot, in line with the accusations. He was the one member of the group to face first-degree homicide fees.
When Denver police filed arrest warrants on Tuesday, Solano and Chavez had been already in detention on different offences. Chavez was charged with first-degree homicide accent to crime and mistreatment of a corpse.
In accordance with the authorities, Fresquez was detained earlier this month for her involvement within the slaying. The Denver District Lawyer’s Workplace has accused her of making an attempt to affect a public official and being an adjunct to a first-degree homicide felony.
Police haven’t but given a purpose for the homicide.