A woman who was missing on the nstaqet headquarters Tuesday in three parts in & # 39; & # 39 bag in, a homeowner in the district & # 39; & # 39 of Buenos Aires; Moreno. Her husband, armed Sergent, was detained, according to judicial sources.
it is about Yésica Hoffman Lucia (34), and military, who was serving in the 1st Battalion of & # 39; the Palomar Unit and was proven to work by Tuesday.
For this reason, civilian staff seemed at home & # 39; his father, Ramón Ronaldo Hoffmann (59) to notify about that situation, informed judicial speakers Telam.
As a result, the father of the woman, who resides near the house & # 39; his daughter in the street Pedro Benoit in 2800, in the city & # 39; Trujui of & # 39; that part in the western suburbs & # 39; Buenos Aires, could not communicate with & # 39; with her husband, she reported her disappearance after a call to the police station second. a & # 39; Moreno. Soldiers of the Patrol Command Moreno came to the place, to which the man asked them to cooperate to enter the home of his daughter. There, about 18 this Thursday, the army discovered inside the bag was issued smell hesitate took the woman's body, kwartjata into three parts, a judicial source said.
For this reason, the prosecutor intervened in the case Leandro VENTRICELLI, In charge of the Functional Unit & # 39; Instruction (UFI) 1 of the Judicial Department & # 39; General Rodríguez Moreno, who ordered that the crime scene be protected to allow the corresponding expert reports.
As a result of the evidence collected, the judicial officer determined that the crime had taken place in the context of & # 39; feminicide, and thus ordered the search and subsequent arrest of the husband of the victim, Fernando González Friveo, Which is the sergeant of the Army Argentina.
Finally, the defendant was arrested in & # 39; Cas de Mayo, where he served, and was transferred to the second police station. de Moreno, which will continue & # 39; and will be investigated by VENTRICELLI prosecutor for crime & # 39; "Homiċidju aggravated by the bond", the sources added.
Both results & # 39; an autopsy on the body & # 39; Hoffman had expected to be able to determine the date of death.