The Government Delegation against Gender Violence reported this Tuesday that they investigated the murder of a 39-year-old woman in Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz), who was found dead in the early hours of last Friday and is being investigated as alleged gender violence. According to the source of the investigation, the man who warned of his death was arrested by the Civil Guard. The Court of Instruction number 1 of Jerez decreed that he enter temporary prison.
In a message on social networks, the delegation said that, if this case is confirmed, the number of women who have been murdered by their partners or ex-partners so far this year would rise to 14, a figure that rises to 1,198 since the statistics started. official, in 2003.
On April 28, a man was arrested after he reported the death of a 39-year-old woman. The body appeared next to an olive tree in the neighborhood of Lomopardo, in Jerez de la Frontera. When the Civil Guard arrived on the scene, the prisoner told the agents that the woman had hanged herself and tried to revive her without success.
The source of the investigation cannot confirm that it is a case of sexual violence. The Judicial Police of the Civil Guard in Cadiz continues to work on the investigation to clarify the facts.
In statements to journalists, the delegate of the Government of Andalusia, Pedro Fernández, reported that the Civil Guard is investigating the relationship between the prisoner and the victim, studying all those around the victim and all those who might know the relationship they had, as well as all the personal circumstances surrounding the case. As indicated by Fernández, both the victim and the prisoner are of Romanian nationality.
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