City College Murder Remains Unsolved
Police are reaching out to Hispanic communities, on both sides of the border, to find the alleged killer.
San Diego Police are reaching out to the Hispanic and Latino communities in an effort to find the man accused of brutally murdering a City College student last October. They've set up a special tip line to receive calls from Mexico.
The body of 19-year-old Diana Gonzalez was found in a restroom at the college. A murder warrant has been issued for her estranged husband, 37-year-old Armando Perez. A so-called Provisional Arrest Warrant has also been issued by the Mexican government, which permits Perez' arrest by Mexican law enforcement before an extradition hearing to determine if Perez will be returned to the United States for prosecution, according to San Diego Police.
In their renewed efforts to target the Hispanic and Latino communities, San Diego Police have set up a special tip line to receive calls from Mexico. The number is 125*19675*1.
Since the murder on October 12th, Perez has been believed to be hiding in Tijuana, Mexico, where he has relatives. His car was found in Tijuana.
Police have also created flyers with the words "Accusado De Homicidio" or Murder Suspect, with details of the incident written in Spanish. San Diego Crime Stoppers is also offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Perez.