A person believed to have killed his spouse final month was in custody Sunday after being detained on the border, San Diego police stated.
German Armando Luna Salazar, 44, was taken into custody on the San Ysidro Port of Entry by U.S. Customs and Border personnel at about 10:45 a.m. Saturday, in response to Lt. Steve Shebloski.
Murder detectives and officers from the San Diego Police Division arrested the suspect, who was booked into San Diego County Jail on an impressive arrest warrant for homicide.
The San Diego County District Legal professional’s Workplace issued the warrant after the physique of Leyva Elizabeth Oregel Garcia, 32 of Guadalupe, a group south of Pismo Seashore, was discovered within the early-morning hours of July 4.
Her physique had been left inside a automobile parked in loads within the 4400 block of Camino De La Plaza in San Ysidro close to the Las Americas Premium Shops.
The San Diego County Medical Examiner’s Workplace stated she had been strangled.
Oregel had been lacking for 2 days when her physique was found in San Ysidro. Police stated on the time that Luna was believed to have fled throughout the border.
Shebloski referred to as her loss of life “a tragic case of home violence.”
Together with SDPD, the Santa Barbara County and San Luis Obispo County sheriff’s departments, in addition to the Guadalupe Police Division, aided within the investigation.