Tuesday , August 16 2022

Disassembled in three parts his wife and hid the remains of a bag of chronicles


A woman missing since Tuesday was found in three pieces in a bag in her home in the Buenos Aires district of Moreno. Her husband, an army sergeant, was detained, according to legal sources.

It is about Yésica Lucia Hoffmann (34), including military, who served in Palatin Unit 1 and had not been shown to work since Tuesday.

For this reason, civilian staff appeared at his father's home, Ramón Ronaldo Hoffmann (59) to inform him of the situation, informed legal spokesmen Telam.

As a result, the father of the woman who lives next to his daughter's house in Pedro Benoit street 2800, in the city of Trujui of this party in the western part of Buenos Aires suburbs, unable to communicate with her or her husband, she reported her disappearance after a call to the other police station. by Moreno. Soldiers of the patrons of the Moreno Command arrived at the place to which the man asked them to cooperate to enter his daughter's house. At about 18 on Thursday they discovered that inside a military bag that gave a nauseous smell, the woman's body, quartered in three parts, was a legal source.

For this reason, the prosecutor intervened Leandro Ventricelli, responsible for the functional education unit (UFI) 1 in the Legal Department of Moreno General Rodríguez, who ordered that the crime site be protected so that corresponding expert reports could be made.

As a result of the collective evidence, judges decided that the crime would have occurred in connection with a femicide, so he ordered the search and subsequent arrest of the victim's husband, Fernando González Friveo, who is a sergeant of the Argentine army.

Finally, the defendant was arrested in Campo de Mayo, where he served, and transferred to the other police station. de Moreno, where he will stay and will be investigated by prosecutor Ventricelli for the crime of "acquired murder at the connection," added the sources.

To a large extent, the results of the autopsy in Hoffmann's body were expected to determine the date of death.

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