Punzante víctima tenía esposa, hijo de vuelta en México

Investigación que implica asesinato del hombre Willard rural en curso
Scott Seitz
Jun 9, 2013

 

  (EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the Spanish version of a story that was published recently in the Reflector. Click HERE to read the English version.)

   Los agentes del orden locales hacen un llamado a la ayuda del público para llevar a un par de sospechosos de asesinato a la justicia.

   Los sospechosos o personas de interés, son hermanos Misael López y Hiram Emmanuel López.

   Los hermanos López son personas de interés en la aparente asesinato de Daniel Jacinto Hernández, de 24 años, de 4012 Baseline Road, Apt. 3, rural Willard.

   Hernández fue asesinado a puñaladas en algún momento entre el 31 de mayo y el domingo, cuando su cuerpo fue descubierto por un campo agrícola jefe 10 de la noche en el apartamento de Baseline Road, donde vivía con los hermanos López. Los tres trabajaron en la cercana Wiers Farm.

   Huron County Sheriff Dane Howard dijo que es probable que los sospechosos han huido de la zona.

   Los sospechosos podrían estar conduciendo el vehículo de Hernández, que es un Dodge Stratus 2004 con la matrícula Virginia, ZR7459.

   El coche es un vehículo de cuatro puertas y de color plateado. El vehículo tiene una pequeña abolladura por encima de la luz trasera del lado del pasajero. El coche también tiene un soporte de placa de flor de diseño.

   Existe orden judicial para los hermanos López por el robo de un vehículo de motor.

   Hernández era originario de Oaxaca, México, dijo el comisario en rueda de prensa el jueves.

   Howard dijo que Oaxaca se encuentra en la parte sur de México y los funcionarios han tenido dificultades para comunicarse con la familia de Hernández.

   El alguacil dijo el jueves que no quiso especular sobre el motivo del asesinato, pero dijo que el reflector el miércoles que el alcohol pudo haber jugado un papel en el incidente.

   Howard destacó cualquiera con información sobre la víctima o sospechosos deben llamar a la HCSO al (419) 663 a 2828.

   Aún está por determinar si la víctima y los sospechosos estaban en el país legalmente, el sheriff dijo cuando se le preguntó.

   La víctima tiene una esposa e hijos en México, dijo Howard.

   Los sospechosos fueron al parecer, en un principio, en México.

   Howard dijo que, a todas luces, la víctima era un joven bueno y trabajador.

   El alguacil agregó que no había antecedentes penales locales de los sospechosos.

   "Esta fue una escena muy violenta", dijo Howard, que describe el apartamento donde Hernández fue asesinado.

   "Creemos que la gente en la zona de Willard poseen información sobre la víctima y de las personas de interés", dijo el sheriff antes.

   The Fugitive Task Force Oficina de Alguaciles de EE.UU., junto con diputados de Crawford, Erie, Lorain, Ottawa y Condados de Richland han ayudado con el caso.

   "Esta investigación es ritmo rápido y hay más trabajo de campo a hacer", dijo el miércoles Howard.

   Ben Wiers, presidente de Wiers Farm, dijo el jueves a la víctima y dos sospechosos formaban parte de los equipos de siembra en la finca.

   "Por lo que sé, que habían estado allí aproximadamente un mes", dijo Wiers.

   Wiers dijo que no tenía mucho contacto con los trabajadores, ya que interactuaba con los jefes de equipo.

   "A través de otras personas, he aprendido que era un buen tipo, con una mujer y su hijo", dijo Wiers sobre la víctima.

   "Esto es abrumador", dijo. "Usted simplemente no puede creerlo.

   "Están molestos", dijo acerca de la comunidad agrícola Wiers. "Nunca hemos tenido ningún problema se acercan a algo como esto.

   "Nuestra gente está orientado a la familia", dijo Wiers, añadiendo que disfrutan de fútbol y habían formado un equipo y jugar en diferentes lugares.

   "Es difícil de entender algo como esto podría ocurrir", agregó.

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Whopper2013

NO HABLA ESPANOL

Wow1

Press 1 for English .......

Guy on a Buffalo

Stabbing victim had wife, son back in Mexico
Research involving murder of Willard farm in course
SCOTT SEITZ
JUN 9, 2013

The local law enforcement made a call for help from the public to a pair of suspects in assassination to justice.

The suspects or persons of interest, are brothers Misael López and Hiram Emmanuel López.

The López brothers are persons of interest in the apparent murder of Daniel Jacinto Hernández, 24, of 4012 Baseline Road, Apt. 3, rural Willard.

Hernandez was murdered to death sometime between May 31 and Sunday, when his body was discovered by a farm field boss 10 in the evening in the apartment of Baseline Road, where he lived with the López brothers. All three worked in the nearby Wiers farm.

Huron County Sheriff Dane Howard said that it is likely that the suspects have fled the area.

The suspects could be driving the vehicle of Hernandez, who is a Dodge Stratus 2004 Virginia, ZR7459 tuition.

The car is a four-door and silver-colored vehicle. The vehicle has a small dent over the passenger's side taillight. The car also has a flower design plate holder.

There is a court order for the López brothers for the theft of a motor vehicle.

Hernandez was originally from Oaxaca, Mexico, said the Commissioner in a press conference on Thursday.

Howard said that Oaxaca is located in the southern part of Mexico, and officials have had difficulty communicating with the Hernandez family.

The sheriff said Thursday that did not want to speculate on the motive of the murder, but said that the spotlight on Wednesday that alcohol might have played a role in the incident.

Howard said anyone with information about the victim or suspects should call the HCSO at (419) 663-2828.

It remains to determine whether the victim and the suspects were in the country legally, the sheriff said when asked.

The victim has a wife and children in Mexico, said Howard.

The suspects were reportedly initially, in Mexico.

Howard said that, all lights, the victim was a good and hard-working young man.

The Sheriff added that there was no local criminal records of suspects.

"This was a very violent scene," said Howard, who described the apartment where Hernandez was killed.

'We believe that the people in the area of Willard possess information about the victim and persons of interest,' said sheriff before.

The Fugitive Task Force marshals Office of us.UU., together with members of Crawford, Erie, Lorain, Ottawa and Richland counties have helped with the case.

'This research is fast pace and there are more field work to do', said Wednesday Howard.

Ben Wiers, Wiers Farm's President, said Thursday the victim and two suspects were part of seeding teams in the farm.

'So I know that they had been there about a month', said Wiers.

Wiers said that he had much contact with the workers, since it interacted with the team leaders.

Wiers 'Through other people, I have learned that he was a good guy, with a woman and her son,' said of the victim.

"This is overwhelming, he said. ' You just can't believe it.

'They are pesky,' he said about the agricultural community Wiers. ' We have never had any problem come to something like this.

'Our people are family-oriented', said Wiers, adding they enjoy football and they had formed a team and play in different places.

'It is difficult to understand something like this could happen,' he added.

Onemanforce

Soccer, not football.

happyfeet64

Football is Spanish for Soccer.

ferball14

Very disappointed....this is 'murica!!!! We be speakin english fool!!!

scooter58

Some might ask how well we be speakin' it, though.

PVazquez

Thank you for your article in Spanish.

Cliff Cannon

Awesome idea Reflector ! Here's hoping your Spanish article helps catch this young man's killers.

scooter58

Your are exactly right, Cliff. The answers and information they need to resolve this case reside in the Spanish-speaking community, some of whom may or probably only speak Spanish. Posting it this way reaches out to the segment of our population who need this information. As the Reflector doesn't have an online version in Spanish, we wought to be able to tolerate (and ignore if necessary) a few articles that aren't in our mother tongue. We could/should just ignore them, rather than feel the need for childish comments left by simple people. The Reflector, for all the faults we sometimes find in them, still has a responsibility to the whole community, not just the English-speaking portion, so reaching out in another language occasionally has to be a tool in their toolbox.

Fromthe419

I agree with your comments scooter58, but more to the point, we need immigration reform so those that choose to come to the US to live and work accept English as our national language. My great-grandparents immigrated to the US from Czechoslovakia (some time around WWI) and settled in a Czech neighborhood in Cleveland, they did not speak the language but were encouraged to learn English even though Czech was spoken at the market, shops etc. Mexican immigrants that come here legally should make their top priority to speak the English language so they can improve their lot in life. If they don't they will be stuck in farm/agricultural positions. If I were to move to Russia, the first thing I would do is learn Russian so I could work as an interpreter, that's a skill/service that is in demand, they could do the same as well.

scooter58

Thank you. You, as well, bring up the vital topics of sensible immigration reform and border security. However, the purpose of the article, and hence this discussion, is justice for a murdered husband and father, a man who WAS here legally, and using whatever means to bring about that end. There are forums for each, so let's keep this about finding the people responsible for this grisly crime. Have a good day.

Uputwhatwhere7

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believe it

It's "Yo quiero", get it right.