Publicado: Jue, Febrero 14, 2019
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Why? Valerie Reyes ex boyfriend arrested with body in suitcase murder

Why? Valerie Reyes ex boyfriend arrested with body in suitcase murder

The suspect also allegedly fraudulently used Reyes' ATM card, Greenwich Police Capt. Robert Berry said Tuesday.

CNN reported Reyes dealing with anxiety and depression and becoming scared for her life after her most recent ex-boyfriend (not da Silva) moved out of her apartment.

A man named Javier da Silva, of Flushing, Queens, reportedly has confessed to the murder of a young Westchester County, New York, woman named Valerie Reyes, who was 24, according to reports on Tuesday.

Her body was discovered around 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 5 by a Greenwich highway crew in a wooded area.

Javier Enrique Da Silva Rojas, 24, of Queens, New York, was detained in the death of 24-year-old Valerie Reyes after he appeared in federal court in White Plains, New York. He said, "Every suitcase body I ever had they were known to each other, with the exception of the Mafia", calling it an "interpersonal type" of killing.

Said Sanchez: "We wonder, 'Who made her feel this way?'" The investigator found surveillance footage that showed Reyes at an ATM in the Manhattan at 2 a.m. on January 30.

According to CBS, da Silva has confessed to the crime.

"I'm afraid someone is going to murder me", she recalled her daughter saying. Orda also said he did not know da Silva was in NY, and thought he had moved to California.

Encuentran niños en jaula, desnutridos y cubiertos de heces — MUNDO
Los padres de los menores quedaron detenidos por 4 cargos de peligro infantil a la espera de lo que dictamine la justicia. Cuando los comisarios hablaban con los adultos, escucharon las voces de dos pequeños de 3 y 1 año , respectivamente.

'She was very scared, very frightened, ' Sanchez told The Journal News.

Correction: This story has been corrected to show that police in Greenwich announced the arrest but did not make it and to reflect the defendant's name as it is provided in court documents.

Connecticut-based news journalist John Craven reported Da Silva admitted to his role in Reyes' death, telling investigators the pair had sex before "she fell to the floor and hit her head". "I'm paranoid, mommy. I'm getting anxiety attacks.' She was having a hard time talking".

Reyes had worked at a Barnes & Noble store in Eastchester, New York, since it opened two-and-a-half years ago, according to the bookstore chain. "Was there someone at your house?' Reyes" mother said.

Social media footprints were also analyzed, Berry said. It's 10 miles away from the NY border of her Westchester County home.

Reyes was identified last week as the person whose body was found jammed into a piece of luggage abandoned in upscale Greenwich, Conn. Reyes' cause of death was not immediately clear.

"My daughter was a good soul", she said. She said that her daughter feared that she would be murdered.

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