Posted: Sunday, June 9, 2019. 9:51 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: Moments ago, Police Commissioner Chester Williams issued a statement providing an update on the investigation into the murders of Alarice Andrewin, Vidal Antonio Yuman Cacho, and Maria Delfina Juarez Lucas.
Williams said that apart from formally arresting and charging 24 year old Kyle Zetina of Mohogany Heights and 18 year old Shawn Flores of Sunset Park with triple murder, they also recovered a firearm believed to be the murder weapon used in the heinous crime. In addition, some items believed to have been stolen from the home of Alarice Andrewin were also recovered.
“There is still more work to be done and we are committed to making sure we put the best possible case together to secure a successful prosecution,” Williams said.
Andrewin and her two friends were shot and killed sometime between the 3rd and 4th of June at her home located between mile 10 and 11 on the George Price Highway.
At a press conference held last week, Commissioner Williams classified this triple murder as a “serious and heinous” crime. Williams also emphasized that this case demanded a high level of response from police and prioritized the investigations by forming a high powered investigative task force. The task force is headed by Officer Commanding Crimes Investigation Branch, Assistant Superintendent of Police Alejandro Cowo, seconded by deputy (currently Acting Head) National Crimes Investigation Branch, Superintendent Hilberto Romero.
BBN could not confirm exactly what was the motive for the shooting but as police investigations continue, more information is expected to be released to the public.
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