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Brenda met men on Facebook Couples, she dated them and stole on CdMx; is already arrested

According to the victim, during the coexistence, he began to feel dizzy and lost consciousness, until he woke up in a hospital. Hours later, he was discharged, returned home to find that he was missing cash and several watches, as well as computer equipment and a cell phone.

Mexico City, December 28 (However) .- A woman was detained in the Mexico City after being investigated for allegedly using the social networks to contact men and, by dating, rob them their belongings.

“Elements of the Investigative Police (PDI) of the Attorney General’s Office of Mexico City (FGJCDMX) completed the arrest warrant requested by the Public Ministry against a woman, for her probable participation in the crimes of attempted simple homicide and aggravated robbery ”, reads a statement issued by the judicial agency.

According to the investigation made up by the Territorial Investigation Prosecutor’s Office in Benito Juárez, in November of this year, the victim contacted the now apprehended through social networks, inviting her to her home.

Investigations indicate that on November 17, the man contacted the woman through the Facebook Parejas website, inviting her to his home.

The next day, they met at his house and he offered her a drink; later, the affected person left her alone for a moment, since she had to go out to receive a food order.

According to the victim, during the coexistence, he began to feel dizzy and lost consciousness, until he woke up in a hospital. Hours later, he was discharged, returned home to find that he was missing cash and several watches, as well as computer equipment and a cell phone.

With the data obtained, the social representative prosecuted the investigation file and asked a control judge for the arrest warrant against the woman, who could have the identities of Brenda González Alvarado and / or Brenda González Reséndiz and / or Lorena Hernández Morales.

PDI agents located and apprehended the woman in the Santa Cruz Atoyac neighborhood of the Benito Juárez Mayor’s Office, south of the Mexican capital.

After notifying her about the court order against her and reading her constitutional rights, the investigating agents transferred her to the Santa Martha Acatitla Women’s Center for Social Reintegration, where she was available to the judge who requested her.

According to the investigations, the one now apprehended could be related to other investigation files for similar events.

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