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Landlord caught breaking into tenant’s apartment and sniffing the mother and daughter’s underwear

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A woman and her daughter were left fearing for their safety after their own landlord began entering their home without their permission. What is worse is that the landlord was caught rummaging through their bedroom and their personal items while they were not at home. The landlord from Connecticut was arrested after the mother alerted authorities about him breaking into their apartment and going through their underwear drawers.
It was in the month of May when the mother first filed a report and stated that she was having problems with her landlord Jorge. She complained that the 38-year-old man was entering her apartment without her knowledge when they weren’t at home.
While speaking to the police, the mother explained to them how she put up barricades in an attempt to make it difficult for him to enter the apartment. However, she was irked to see that he managed to bypass the barricades and make his way inside the house through another entrance, according to details revealed by the police.
On one occasion, the mother revealed that the landlord entered uninvited into the house while her daughter was all alone inside. When Jorge saw the daughter, he seemed taken aback and quickly left the residence.
When the mother saw that the landlord was still carrying out the brazen acts, she decided it was time to put up hidden cameras across the house. She picked several spots throughout the apartment for the cameras, including one in her daughter’s bedroom as well as one in her own bedroom.

It was not long before the landlord was caught redhanded in the act. The cameras captured Jorge entering the unit without her knowledge through a side door. Then, the landlord was seen entering the mother and daughter’s bedrooms and then fishing through their underwear drawers.
At one point in the recorded footage, Jorge was seen picking up the underwear and sniffing them.
“She stated that the camera caught Orellana-Arias entering her apartment through a side door, before proceeding to both bedrooms where he would locate female underwear,” said a statement released by the police department. “The video, which was provided to officers shows Orellana-Arias bringing female garments to his nose, apparently in an effort to sniff them.”
As the police spoke about the occasion where Jorge entered the house while the daughter was alone inside, they added: “On that occasion, Orellana-Arias appeared to be startled when he saw the daughter and exited the apartment immediately.”
Months after the mother filed a report, she saw her landlord finally being arrested in July 2021, in connection with the incident.
Charged with third-degree burglary, Jorge Orellana-Arias was taken into custody and eventually released after posting a bond of $25,000. He is expected to appear in court on September 14, 2021.

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Mom helped bury son in Colorado wilderness after stepdad killed him

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It took hours of searching in the Colorado wilderness but eventually Nickolle Aguilar, 26, led investigators to the spot.
Down a deep ravine near Rocky Mountain State Park, close to a campsite where she and her boyfriend, Daniel Garcia, had camped out nearly a month before, laid the body of her young son, according to details in an arrest warrant written Friday.
Aguilar and Garcia brought his body with them to Colorado, packed with the rest of their luggage, traveling miles and miles from the San Antonio, Texas, hotel where police say he died after a beating from Garcia.
The couple buried him there on July 25, then fled to Costa Rica, investigators say. But on August 25, Aguilar was back at the site with police, to “do the right thing,” the document says.
A month had passed since his unceremonious burial. Nature and the elements had opened up the grave, according to the warrant, but Aguilar remembered the location, recognized her son’s clothes — the same outfit he died in.

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‘EXTENSIVE’ ABUSE
Domenic Aguilar-Acevedo, 5, had been beaten by his stepfather many times, his mother told investigators, and in the three weeks since arriving in San Antonio the abuse was “extensive.”
Aguilar didn’t try to stop it, she told police. She was “too eager to be in a relationship with a man,” the document says.
On the night of July 24, Garcia struck Domenic so hard he was “thrown” into a hotel room wall by the force of the blow, “bounced off” and hit the ground, the document says. He was in pain, his mother recounted, and began “vomiting a black and brown liquid substance.”
Soon after, hotel surveillance cameras captured Garcia “carrying what appeared to be (his) lifeless body … out of the room and down the stairway,” according to documents.

In a few hours Garcia and Aguilar were in Colorado, burying her boy.
Aguilar said she didn’t contact any authorities out of fear she would lose custody of her other children, investigators reported.

DOWN IN COSTA RICA
Unable to see or speak to any of her grandchildren, Aguilar’s mother became concerned. So concerned, police say, that she “tracked” her daughter down in Costa Rica and paid her a visit around August 16. But when she arrived, Domenic was missing.
Where was her grandson?
Aguilar told her Domenic suddenly fell ill, started vomiting and passed away unexpectedly. She and Garcia didn’t notify any authorities, Aguilar said, explaining that they buried him in a “remote location” in Colorado, then drove south past the Mexican border until they arrived in Costa Rica.
The grandmother contacted the San Antonio Police Department and the FBI. An FBI agent spoke with Aguilar in Costa Rica, and she shared the same story she told her mother, but also admitted that neither she nor Garcia sought medical help for her son when he was sick, the documents state.
Later, in an interview with police, Aguilar said that Garcia abused her son, and that he was beating him in the moments before his death.
In an arrest warrant, investigators allege that Garcia caused Domenic’s death, that Aguilar failed to seek medical attention for him and assisted in disposing of his body.
Authorities are awaiting autopsy results from the Larimer County Medical Examiner’s office in Colorado, but say that the remains show evidence of trauma.
Aguilar and Garcia are facing charges of injury to a child.

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Las Vegas Police Investigate Fatal Motorcycle Crash Near Eastern, Harmon

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LAS VEGAS (FOX5) — The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department  investigated a fatal crash involving a motorcycle Thursday afternoon.
According to police, the crash occurred near the intersection of South Eastern and East Harmon avenues around 1:07 p.m..
A 2002 Harley Davidson motorcycle going northbound on Eastern collided with a 2015 Toyota Camry making a left turn, police said.
The motorcyclist was taken to Sunrise Hospital, but later died, police said.

The driver of the Toyota Camry remained on scene, and showed no signs of impairment, according police.
Thursday’s crash was the 97 traffic-related fatality in Las Vegas Metropolitan Police’s jurisdiction in 2021.
The crash is still being investigated by LVMPD’s Collision Investigation Section

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Father Accused Of Shooting His 2-Year-Old Son, North Las Vegas Police Say

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AS VEGAS (FOX5) — A man is accused of shooting his two-year-old son on Tuesday, according to North Las Vegas Police.
Devon Lewis faces a child abuse and neglect charge, according to NLVPD and court records, in connection with the shooting on Sept. 14.
NLVPD said around 1:30 p.m. that day, police were sent to North Vista Hospital in reference to a 2-year-old boy suffering from a gunshot wound. The child was taken to University Medical Center, where he was admitted to the intensive care unit. NLVPD said the boy had critical injuries but was stable.

The shooting reportedly took place at an apartment in the 3300 block of Civic Center Drive, north of Cheyenne Avenue. NLVPD said Lewis, the boy’s father, was arrested in connection with the shooting.
According to court records, Lewis’ next court hearing was set for Sept. 30.

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