The alleged killer of two elderly teachers, is being held at the National Centre for Social Reintegration of Atlacholoaya Morelos
CUERNAVACA, March 11. – The Office of Morelos, managed to locate and extradite Carlos Hernandez Garcia who remained hidden in the United States after committing a double homicide in 2008 in Morelos, against two elderly teachers.
Officers of the state police on Friday moved him to the city of Hermosillo, Sonora, to comply with the warrant related to the criminal file 288/2010-3 for the murder of Josefina Galindo Oneria Antunes and Araceli Solis Cordova.
The prisoner was brought before the criminal courts that required, authority to define its legal status, once the prosecution requested the maximum penalty for committing femicide twice last March 20, 2008.
The alleged murdered is being held at the National Centre for Social Reintegration of Atlacholoaya Morelos after his transfer from the northern neighbor to Morelos, where you have to face the charges against him and a likely sentence of 70 years.
Four years ago, Garcia Hernandez broke into the residence of two people, including a woman, and the victim’s home, located in Tulum Street of Merida Granjas Temixco Township, to commit a robbery and then murder them.
However, the murdered women recognized him because he was their employee, so that the accused and his accomplices killed them with a piercing object and then fled.
The Public Prosecutor began corresponding Portfolio Research, as well as the relevant inquiries, from which follows the identification of Carlos Hernandez Garcia as responsible for the double murder, so you sought an arrest warrant, which was granted and filled with the extradition proceedings.