California couple’s slaying in Mexico results in arrest, authorities say


A suspect has been arrested in reference to the slayings of an aged California couple whose our bodies have been discovered on the backside of a water nicely about two hours south of the U.S.-Mexico border, in response to a report.

San Diego-area residents Kathy Harvey, 73, and Ian Hirschsohn, 78, weren’t married however have been good buddies who loved spending time collectively, FOX 5 of San Diego reported. They typically explored elements of Baja California, the peninsula south of the U.S. border, the place Hirschsohn had leased a house, the report stated.

After they have been reported lacking Sept. 2, authorities discovered their our bodies within the nicely, which was about 4 miles away from the leased dwelling, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.

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Each had suffered stab wounds, in response to the newspaper.

“We consider they have been stabbed of their sleep in the course of the evening,” Ava Setzer, a daughter of Hirschsohn, informed the newspaper.

A suspect recognized solely as “Emmanuel N” has been arrested in reference to the slayings of an aged California couple, Mexican authorities say. (Baja California Prosecutor’s Workplace)

This week the top state prosecutor for Tijuana introduced the arrest of a suspect in reference to the deaths. He was recognized solely as “Emmanuel N,” in response to FOX 5.

The suspect had been seen within the space the place the couple have been killed, and was a drug addict who seemingly was making an attempt to burglarize the house, in response to the Union-Tribune.

After killing the couple, it appeared he loaded the our bodies right into a automotive and drove to the nicely, dropping the our bodies there, the report stated.

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Relations stated they have been happy to listen to that an arrest had been made within the case.

It was a consolation “understanding he’s going to need to pay for it, that he’s not going to get away with it,” Harvey’s son, Robert, informed the Union-Tribune.

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