The crime started with a ‘Like’ on Facebook. The victim, named Pablo, was struck by the photograph of a woman who called herself Brenda González. After giving a ‘like’ to one of her photos, he contacted her, asked for her phone number and invited her to his apartment.
That invitation almost cost him his life, the woman drugged him with drops of clonazepam and stole his computer, cell phone and everything he could. He woke up 24 hours later in a hospital bed.
The events occurred on November 16, according to file CI-FIBJ / BJ-3 / UI-1 S / D / 02041 / 11-2020 of the Attorney General’s Office in Benito Juárez mayor’s office.
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That day Pablo entered a Facebook group in which he was looking for a partner, while he was reviewing the women’s profiles, Brenda’s caught his attention so he contacted her and summoned her to her apartment.
On November 18, Brenda arrived at the Benito Juárez mayoral appointment. They both had a drink and ordered food delivery.
When Pablo came out to receive the order, the woman would have taken the opportunity to place a few drops of clonazepam in the man’s drink, who after giving him a few drinks, lost consciousness.
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Pablo woke up 24 hours in a hospital bed, when he returned home he discovered that the woman had stolen his computer, cell phone, money and other valuables, so he went to the Attorney General’s Office to report the facts.
After a month of investigation, elements of the FGJ managed to arrest the woman who is accused of aggravated robbery and attempted murder.
The woman is currently under trial in the Santa Martha Acatitla women’s prison. A control judge set two months for the closure of the complementary investigation.
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