- Authorities detained massage therapist Jorge Panamá.
- The suspect was arrested in California.
- The police believe that there may be more victims of Jorge Panama.
Apparently, he was taking advantage of his trade. A man identified as Jorge Panama, who worked as a massage therapist, was arrested for the crime of sexual assault and authorities believe there may be more victims.
Masseur Jorge Panamá, 56, a resident of Santa Clarita, Los Angeles County, was arrested on Wednesday, September 1 on charges of sexual assault against at least one of his clients in California, reported CBS Los Angeles.
The masseuse Jorge Panama would have taken advantage of a client
Jorge Panamá was captured while he was in his massage parlor, called Massage Plus Healing, reported the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, cited by the aforementioned local media.
Now Jorge Panama is accused of sexually assaulting a woman in April while he was giving her an alleged therapeutic massage, local media reported CBS Los Angeles and Ktla 5 this week.
Jorge Panamá had already been arrested for a similar event that occurred in the same room
According to the authorities’ report, Jorge Panamá was also arrested in October 2018 for similar complaints that occurred in the same massage parlor, which was called “Stretch Therapeutic Healing Spa”.
However, at the time investigators did not have sufficient evidence and the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office declined to press charges, the sheriff’s department reported in a statement. release cited by both media.
The current victim accuses Jorge Panamá of rape
The alleged victim, who asked to be identified only as Susan, accused Jorge Panamá of rape in an interview with Ktla 5. “He didn’t hit me, but it was very fast. I don’t know how long his pants were down, because I was face down, “he said.
Investigators believe that there may be more victims of the alleged assaults committed by the masseur in his establishment. Therefore, they urged that anyone with information on the accused contact the LASD Office of Special Victims toll-free information line at 877-710-5273 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. And those who wish to remain anonymous can call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS (8477).
Arrested couple accused of killing and burying 5-year-old son and then going on a trip
Chilling crime linked three states. Police authorities in Florida arrested a couple accused of killing their son in a Texas hotel, but whose body was later found in Colorado.
KDVR reported Sunday, August 29, that a couple was arrested in Florida for the death of a 5-year-old boy whose body was found near Fraser, Colorado, but who allegedly died in a hotel room in San Antonio, Texas.
Arrested couple accused of murdering their son
Citing one order of arrest obtained in the San Antonio Police Department, the aforementioned newspaper reported that Nickolle Acevedo Aguilar, 25, and Daniel García, 26, registered with the child Domenic at the Woodspring Suites hotel on July 20.
The boy’s grandmother, Sirle María Acevedo Cevallos, said her daughter Nickolle Acevedo told her that Domenic had fallen ill and was vomiting when they were at the Woodspring Suites, according to the arrest warrant. Then the woman told her mother that Daniel García had gone to clean the child and later told her that he had died.
The boy’s grandmother betrayed them and the couple was arrested
The boy’s grandmother said that her daughter Nickolle Aguilar and Daniel García traveled to Colorado with Domenic’s body and stayed in a public camp, according to the document quoted by KDVR.
Then, the couple buried the child near the camp and later traveled to Costa Rica, the victim’s grandmother also explained to the authorities when she learned of everything that had happened. After hearing the disturbing details of her grandson’s death, the grandmother decided to contact the FBI to request an investigation.
Mother admitted the crime of her son
An FBI agent interviewed Nickolle Aguilar in Costa Rica, where she corroborated the dramatic story she had confessed to her mother, KDVR reported Sunday when publishing the crime of little Domenic.
Nickolle Aguilar and his mother traveled to Colorado on August 25 to help authorities locate the body of Domenic, who was found in a deep ravine near the town of Fraser, where he had been exposed to the elements of nature for almost a month. according to the arrest warrant.
The boy was hit so hard it bounced off the wall
Authorities reported that the boy was wearing the same clothing that he had been seen in prior to his murder, but the results of the Larimer County Medical Examiner are still pending, KDVR said.
In questioning on August 26, Nickolle Aguilar confessed to police that Daniel García hit his son Domenic so hard that he bounced off the wall and fell to the ground on the night of July 24.
The murderer carried the body when he left the hotel, but in the end they arrested the couple
Surveillance camera video showed Daniel Garcia carrying what appeared to be Domenic’s body in the early hours of the morning when the couple left the hotel, KDVR said.
When officials asked Nickolle Aguilar why she did not report the abuse against her son, she replied that she was “too eager to have a relationship with a man,” the court document read. She also told authorities that she and Daniel García did not report Domenic’s death because they did not want to lose custody of their other children. Both were arrested in Miami, Florida, and are expected to be extradited to Texas.