ALFREDO AZCARATE VARELA
THE BAJA POST/EDITOR
The Baja California State Attorney General’s Office (FGE) investigates and works to determine and clarify the possible causes, for which Adriana Elena “N” died, a case that began on May 27 with a report to the 911 line. , about a person who was lying near Boulevard Corredor 2000, the woman was taken to the Tijuana General Hospital.
On May 28, of the current year, a report was received from the medical authorities of the General Hospital of Tijuana, who reported that around 03:15 hours the woman, who had been admitted the day before had already died.
Subsequently, the husband of the deceased went to SEMEFO (CORONER OFFICE) on May 29, 2022, where he identified his wife’s body, who bore the name of Adriana Elena, who left on May 27. May around 3:20 p.m. from the Pacific Industrial Park, heading to the El Pipila section, to later go to the El Florido housing project, with a relative to retrieve items they had bought online.
Regarding the case, State Investigation agents are carrying out the corresponding inquiries to determine the causes and/or reasons for the death of Adriana Elena “N”, and to clear this unfortunate fact.
The State Attorney General’s Office, has so far ruled out that the events occurred as mentioned in several news outlets and social media, which refer to a possible connection of the homicide with the victim’s buying and selling activity.
Agents of the Prosecutor’s Office are investigating the possible motive for the killing, taking care of due process thus not affecting its development; no further details of the investigation can be given according to the State Attorney Office.
The FGE recommends making proper use of social networks and technology, in case of making any purchase-sale on the different internet platforms; to be and deal in public places , crowded or in established places, always trying to go with someone, for safety purposes.
It is important to highlight the importance of making good use of the information that is transmitted through social media and networks and, if necessary, always look for an official source that validates alleged facts that are usually reported there and that are not properly documented or that are merely rumors or unfounded assumptions.