Friday, February 28, 2020

Perris cemetery triple slaying suspect arrested in Wyoming with 15 lbs of marijuana

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat   Desert Sun

A twice-deported Mexican national suspected of killing three men execution-style at a Perris cemetery was arrested Thursday, more than 1,000 miles away, with 15 pounds of marijuana in his vehicle....



Jose Luis Torres Garcia, 33, was taken into custody Thursday morning in Cheyenne, Wyoming, where he is now awaiting extradition back to Riverside County, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.

Jose Luis Torres Garcia, 33, a twice-deported Mexican national suspected of killing three men execution-style at a Perris cemetery was arrested Thursday in Wyoming with 15 pounds of marijuana in his vehicle.

Sheriff’s officials said that law enforcement officers in Cheyenne spotted the fugitive in a silver 2007 GMC Yukon, pulled him over and detained him without incident. After confirming Garcia’s identity, police took him into custody and jailed him at the Laramie County Detention Center.


Fifteen pounds of processed marijuana was seized from the vehicle, authorities said.

There was no immediate word on the timing of extradition proceedings. The murder warrant issued for the suspect has a $3 million surety attached.

Last week, Sheriff Chad Bianco said detectives identified Garcia as the alleged perpetrator after amassing and screening citywide security video surveillance images and speaking with potential witnesses.
Bianco alleged that Garcia killed Jaime Covarrubias Espindola, 50, Jose Maria Aguilar-Espejel, 38, and Rodrigo Aguilar-Espejel, 28, in the predawn hours of Feb. 17.

The sheriff would not elaborate on a possible motive, including whether the slayings were tied to cartel violence south of the border, saying only that Garcia was with the three victims all night leading up to the killings.

“The suspect and victims knew each other,” Bianco said. “This was not a random killing. There was a reason for the four of them to be together.”

The victims were located shortly after daybreak on Feb. 17 at Perris Valley Cemetery in the 900 block of North Perris Boulevard. Their bodies had been left adjacent to a grave.

“Three people killed at the same time -- that was a message for something, whether it was for someone else, or for them,” Bianco said. “It certainly is not the norm.”

The sheriff acknowledged hearing of speculation that the men’s deaths may have been tied to the killing of a 36-year-old restaurateur who was abducted and fatally shot on a roadside in Mexico in December. The victim’s grave possibly was the one at which the men’s bodies were laid.

Bianco said other recent homicides in Perris were not connected to the latest killings, despite social media gossip.

46 comments:

  1. You would have thought that this dummy would have fled for mexico which they would had still hunted him down there but out of all places he decides to head up more north instead lmao not a very bright human being apparently lmao

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    1. Majority of individuals who commit crimes are not bright. If so they wouldn't be in such situations.

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    2. What makes you think he was safe in Mexico. You don’t know why his friend Uver was killed for.

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  2. So what do y'all think was the reason this guy murdered those 3 guys?

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    1. After today I have the feeling they were all involved on drug trade. Including Uver who was killed in Mexico.

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    2. He was given orders.

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    3. To Jack them from money or dope

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    4. Argument while drunk and on drugs.

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  3. Beware people. There are dangerous folks out there. I'm sure this guy interacted (after the fact) with people who had no clue that he allegedly murdered three people, a homicide trifecta. Check out this article: https://www.ocregister.com/2018/04/29/how-many-homicides-go-unsolved-in-california-and-the-nation/
    In short, between 1996 and 2016 over 45,000 homicides were committed in Los Angeles County. During that time period, only roughly 50.73 percent were cleared. If the trend holds true, then tens of thousands of murderers are mingling amongst us law-abiding citizens right now. That's just one corner in the US. Be careful who you flip off in a traffic kerfuffle.

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    1. Viva Sanctuary State! Just another golden example.

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  4. I think drug rip/personal vendetta, plus drugs and alcohol, likely meth, not directly linked to organized crime, but probably stands to reason all involved were aware or involved in some form of drug trafficking, whether marijuana farms/grows, or meth.

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    1. I’m don’t agree with you much. I have a feeling this was more than that. Uver got killed in Michoacán and 3 of his friends got killed on his grave. Now this guy got arrested with drugs. I think there is more than what we know.

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    2. TexMex@6:39 Uver got killed for his Range Rover, we see it all the time in videos from the NE of Mexico where violence is used to take the vehicles. Was Uver the boss of some local drug ring with that circle of friends? IDK. The killer most likely wasn't cartel connected because he went the opposite direction of where he could be helped. Follow-up info will reveal the why, where and when of these cases.

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    3. TORRES garcia? Yea its probably true

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  5. Where the Vato that said he wasn’t in the drug game. Para que más te guste ay esta

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    1. It doesn't say the deceased was in the game. Please read the article.

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  6. How did they catch him though?Was he speeding or breaking any laws out there?

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    1. 1:34 PM Cell phone gps tracking/CCTV facial recognition software systems that get information in real time from every camera in America that is connected to the net. Driving a vehicle with California paltes is also a possibility.

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    2. Driving while not white in Wyoming...you stand out, profiling

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    3. You guess it, traffic stop.

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    4. 10:18 - lmao. I shouldn’t laugh, but I think the driving in Wyoming while not being white is the answer 😂

      Phelpso

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  7. If he killed all three of them to avenge his friend’s murder...???

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    1. Read the articles!! The people killed were friends of the deceased. Dear Lord...

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  8. Another mini series
    Better than Tv but sucks with the fatal outcomes

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  9. My bet... At least one of the guys who were killed tipped off the powerful guy in Mexico whose chick he was sleeping with and told him he was coming in the white Rover so he could catch him and kill him. This guy is either his friend or was paid by somebody in his family for revenge. Will be interesting to see what the truth ends up being!

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  10. Netflix Narcos U.S.A season 500 will explain what really happened

    H”

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  11. Goes to show if your a criminal. The Americans will find your ass.

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    1. 5:24 stupidest comment ever...give us the answer we've all been waiting for please who killed 2pac,Biggie?...

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    2. Orlando killed 2pac and poochie killed biggie on orders...easy. btw I'm not the original poster just wanted to answer this..Big makaveli fan.

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  12. criminals take note if you commit a triple homicide in the U.S. you will be caught. A prison in America is worse than death in mexico.

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  13. What does that 3 million surety mean on warrant?

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    1. Means you need a bondsman to ensure the appearance of the accused. Usually 10% fee of the total bond- a cool $300K to the bondsman.

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  14. So the sheriff's department spotted some random hispanic-looking guy and pulled him over? What was the probable cause? Were they tipped off or is this some sort facial recognition, Orwellian $hit that even local law enforcement is using?

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    1. Obviously he did a traffic infraction. Glad they caught the killer.

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    2. Probable cause the mfker killed 3 persons. What time else do you want a warrant.

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    3. 604 Mijo they put a BOLO on him, and thereby probable cause is granted, I am sorry to inform you that, he got arrested. It will be great if he confesses to the murders.

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  15. Hope for the death penalty in the USA for this guy and all like him who come to the USA to do crime. However Mexico is going to cry about the death penalty even for this scum and it will never happen. Mexico seems to love its bad guys.

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  16. He was still in the suv they had an APB out for.

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    1. And he's part of a Mexican Drug Cartel they say? GTFOH!

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  17. He got to Perris somehow
    So when he left and his truck or one he took was reported Ok
    So thats most likey how they caught him A alert for him and his truck
    Gosh sounds like someone lives in darkages if you dont understand how law enforcement works
    Gps Cell phone his Truck Descprition His discription etc
    An all out Red Alert to every Law Enforcement and Border Patrol
    Thats How he got caught... plus him being really stupid
    Death Pentaly opps not in Calif
    Lucky for him
    He still may be shanked maybe in prison

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    1. The Doves were singing, oops no Pink alert, for the car that was de pink.

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    2. Perris is temporary safe, until the next killings.

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  18. Anybody who lives in Perris is usually a low life pathetic drug dealer. Its the slum, just another sanctuary city like the rest of california

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    1. You don't live there fool, get your facts right.

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    2. You are right about that

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    3. I am sorry to hear you hate California, yes your are right, they will release him, in a week, return his Marijuana, dismissed his killings of 3 persons, because it's a sanctuary state.

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