A Florida man blamed for paying $100 to a vagrant who cut his sweetheart’s face likewise purportedly positioned a GPS tracker on her vehicle and drove the aggressor to a parking structure outside her work for the trap, then, at that point visited her in the medical clinic, as per recently delivered archives.
Orlando police captured Alexis Colon, 35, last month regarding the assault after a unidentified attacker cut his sweetheart’s face twice as she was escaping her vehicle.
Specialists have not delivered the casualty’s name however said she and Colon have a kid together.
Police delivered the capture testimony Friday because of a freely available reports demand. It reveals new insight into how Colon purportedly followed his own sweetheart and paid a vagrant to slice her face with a blade.
At the point when officials went to meet the casualty in the clinic, they discovered Colon in the room.
The casualty later secretly told police she had found a GPS tracker planted on her vehicle fourteen days before the assault and that there had been earlier occurrences of aggressive behavior at home in the home – both recorded and undocumented.
Officials looked at the parking structure’s observation video and recognized a gold Toyota Prius following the casualty in and afterward leaving in practically no time – following the assault.
Agents later found that vehicle to a tow yard, where it was a rental vehicle, and discovered observers who drove them to Colon. One of them professed to have been in the vehicle during the assault.
The unidentified observer told officials that Colon was his street pharmacist, whom he knew under the pseudonym “Joker.”
Colon supposedly asked this observer for help discovering somebody who could “hurt” a female who had disturbed him, as per the sworn statement. The observer said he was unable to help, however said he was in the vehicle when Colon got a unidentified vagrant accepted to be the cutting suspect.
The observer told police that Colon advised this man he needed him to “hurt” a lady who worked in Downtown Orlando and headed to the parking structure. He supposedly paid the man $100.
They talked about how to “make an impression on” the person in question and referenced cutting her face, as per the affirmation.
The outcome left her with “extreme slices and cuts to her face” after the vagrant sprang upon her steering the ship of her vehicle in a parking spot outside her work. She had opened the entryway, then, at that point turned her back to snatch her handbag out of the traveler side seat.
“The obscure male struck the person in question, and she started kicking him to fend him off,” as per the testimony. The casualty told police she had never seen the assailant.