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They capture in Sincelejo an alleged feminicide of a young Caesarense

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They capture in Sincelejo an alleged feminicide of a young Caesarense

Jonathan David Montes Arrieta, alleged murderer of Laury Yisel Guzmán Becerra, 21, from the municipality of La Jagua, Cesar, was captured on Tuesday night in Sincelejo, Sucre, after eight months of the crime that occurred in an apartment in Bucaramanga.

The capture was carried out by agents from the Sijín Homicide Unit of the Bucaramanga Metropolitan Police, who left Montes Arrieta at the disposal of the Prosecutor’s Office for the crime of aggravated femicide.

Laury Yisel was found dead on June 27, 2023 in the apartment she shared with Montes Arrieta. The young woman had been reported missing by her relatives, who reside in La Jagua de Ibirico.

This homicide caused commotion in the Cesar department, and although at first the causes of death were unknown because the young woman had no signs of violence, a month later it was confirmed that it was due to mechanical asphyxiation, probably during a fight between the couple, he said. at the time the victim’s defense attorney, Daniel Dulcey.

Laury was an occupational health professional and had moved to Bucaramanga in search of job opportunities.

Relatives of the young woman have demanded that the facts be clarified and justice be done by condemning the alleged murderer, who since the day of the incident had fled without responding to the authorities about what happened.

Montes Arrieta, who was the manager of a clothing warehouse, and Laury did not show up to work in the days after the young woman’s death, which alerted their colleagues.

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Holguer Guzmán, father of the murdered young woman, has asked for justice for his daughter, whose body was purple and her face was purple when she was found.

It is expected that the court hearings will shed light on the motives behind this regrettable act of bloodshed.

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