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Honduran Murder Of Children United States

Honduran Murder Of Children United States
Honduran Murder Of Children United States

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A Honduran woman and her children were killed Tuesday inside their home in Des Moines, Iowa, by a man who rented the basement of his home and who had been deported twice by ICE.

Marvin Oswaldo Esquivel-Lopez, 31, faces three counts of first-degree murder in the death of Rossibeth Flores Rodríguez, 29, and his sons, Grecia Daniela Alvarado-Flores, 11, and Ever Jose Mejia-Flores, 5.

Paul Parizek, a local police spokesman, explained that on Tuesday the alleged murderer had an argument with the woman from El Paraíso (a region of Copán). The man took out his gun and shot at the mother and children to later call 911 and report what happened.

The suspect resided in said home along with his wife and children, who were not there at the time of the events, according to the USA Today newspaper.

A spokesman for the Immigration and Customs Service (ICE) said Wednesday that the subject's real name is Marvin Oswaldo Escobar-Orellana and that he had been detained and sent back to his native Guatemala on two previous occasions. " Escobar-Orellana, known as Marvin O. Esquivel-Lopez was previously [deported] from the United States in 2010 and again in 2011," spokesman Shawn Neudauer exclaimed. "He was federally prosecuted for illegal entry into the United States in 2010. He is currently not in ICE custody."

Marvin Oswaldo Esquivel-Lopez
Marvin Oswaldo Esquivel-Lopez

"The best way to characterize the relationship is roommates. We do not know how they got to know each other, but the victims in this case were renting the bottom of this duplex to the suspect and his family,”Parizek explained about the relationship that characterized the deceased with his alleged murderer.

"We may never know what the reason [for the deaths] was," Parizek continued. "All we know is that there was a certain kind of dispute between this man and the victim and that he allegedly ended up shooting all three people because of it."

Graciela Alvarado had just finished her fifth grade and her brother Ever was about to enter the kindergarten at Moulton Elementary School in Des Moines, as confirmed by Phil Roeder, spokesman for Des Moines public schools.

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