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Thu., Jan. 17 - murder-suspects-arrested
Murder suspects arrested
© Gainesville TimesMurder *ARRESTS – On January 16th, detectives from the Violent Crimes Bureau were able to identify and arrest 2 suspects involved in the homicide which was reported to have occurred in the 15000 block of Cardin Pl in Woodbridge on January 15th. The investigation revealed that the accused, FLORES, was involved in the murder of the victim. The second suspect, DIAZ, aided FLORES after the murder took place but is not the second suspect seen on Cardin Pl by witnesses. The white van used in the murder did belong to DIAZ and was used without his consent by FLORES. The victim sustained trauma to his face as a result of a blunt object and a knife. Detectives are still working to identify and arrest the second suspect. This case has been classified as a murder. The investigation continues.
Arrested on January 16th:
Juan Carlos FLORES, 25, of no fixed address
Charged with 1st degree murder and unauthorized use of a vehicle
Jose Miguel DIAZ, 28, of 14347 Westminister Ln #2 in Woodbridge
Charged with accessory after the fact to murder
Court date for both is set for February 20, 2013, both were held WITHOUT bond
The victim has been identified as Barbaro Lupe ALONSO-IRAOLA, 47, of no fixed address
Homicide Investigation (Previously Released) – On January 15th at 11:03PM, police responded to the 15000 block of Cardin Pl in Woodbridge (22193) for an unresponsive male. Caller reported to police that he walked outside of his residence and discovered an unknown male lying in the street in front of his residence. Officers arrived and determined that the man, the victim, was suffering from trauma and was not responsive. Rescue personnel responded and pronounced the victim dead at the scene. Witnesses reported to police that 2 unknown men pulled up to the location in a van and left the victim before fleeing the area. The victim is an adult male. Further identity of the victim is currently unknown pending examination from the Medical Examiner’s Office. This incident does not appear to be random. Detectives are investigating this case as a homicide. The investigation continues.