The autopsy performed on the body of Maria V., the woman of Swedish origin and 42 years old who was allegedly murdered by her husband, L. E. A, 45 and also of Scandinavian origin last Thursday in an apartment in Puerto Rico; he reflects that he has blows to the head that could have caused his death. The detainee will pass during the morning of today at the disposal of the court of guard of the party of San Bartolomé de Tirajana.
The agents of the Judicial Police Organic Unit of the Civil Guard Command in Las Palmas returned yesterday morning to the Los Junquillos apartments, where the crime occurred. There they went back to gather information to determine the causes of the death of the woman, whose body was found by her husband at 10:00 a.m. on the morning of last Thursday, when she called the Emergency and Security Coordinating Center (Cecoes112.
One of the keys to this investigation is found in forensic analysis. However, the arrest of the deceased's partner occurred after a forensic doctor determined that there were signs of violence in the body of Marie V., resident and owner of the apartment that, according to neighbors, had a sickly appearance, with an almost extreme thinness and that during the last months barely had strength to climb the stairs.
Other data that now counts Civil Guard are the recordings made by the seven security cameras, which will provide, among other information, when it was the last time they entered and left the complex, or if the arrest statement really coincides with the hours of the recordings.
Sources close to the investigation related the crime to the abuse of the couple's alcohol consumption, both by the alleged perpetrator and by the victim. The problem with alcoholic beverages was a known fact on the part of neighbors closest to Maria V, who a year ago had purchased one of the apartments located on Roque de los Muchachos in the municipality of Mogán.
In any case, the rest of the residents repeated yesterday that they were always seen together, that the husband was very attentive with his wife, who suffered from a disease that had led him to remain almost immobilized as he barely had the strength to leave the complex. The person arrested as the alleged perpetrator of a homicide will now be transferred to the competent judicial authority.