Yesenia SanchezuA 32-year-old woman of Cuban descent who Hialeah. shot his former partner, policeman Damien Colon inAppeared in court on Monday, where she was charged with attempt to murder with a deadly weapon, among other charges.
Court documents say that on November 4, Sanchez tracked the officer’s location with an electronic device, who was at his parents’ home at the time.
The investigation – cited by the local press – indicates that, When the woman reached home, there was an argument between the two and the woman took out the pistol and shot Colon in the head.
A video from a security camera in the area showed the Cuban woman fleeing in a van and crashing into several vehicles in the area of Palm Avenue and 45th Street. Then she got out of the car and started running. Sanchez was later arrested from his home in East 45.
The smiling woman, even as she appeared in court, recognized the attack at 1270 79th Street, west of the city of Hialeh.
In addition to the charge of attempt to murder, He is also accused of assault and leaving the accident site.
Sanchez — who was in a seven-year relationship with the victim — remains in a Miami-Dade jail without bail, and a judge ordered her to stay away from Cologne.
This was not the first time that the attacker and his victim had faced the same problem. Sanchez was arrested in September last year after another fight with Colón.
Police records indicate that, in that case, the Cuban woman had a verbal fight with her boyfriend over the care of a child, but did not specify whether it was a normal child.
In that discussion, she threw an object on the colon, causing the victim to lie on the ground. Shortly after the incident that led to his arrest, The woman resigned as the school police officer after two years of work.
“It’s very difficult to understand,” a neighbor of Sanchez told reporters. “I still can’t figure it out. She seemed like a normal and loving mother. Because she’s the mother of a child. I think it was what she did at the time that she wasn’t thinking clearly.” ”
Colon, a 17-year veteran of the Miami-Dade Police Department, survived the attack, but was hospitalized in critical condition at the Ryder Trauma Center.