A 19-year-old California lady who was stabbed mixed times and left for passed was means to tell police who killed her before she died from her injuries.
As a result, the purported killers have been apprehended.
Police responded to a 911 call around 2 a.m. Monday about a lady blank an arm and fibbing in the center of a remote back highway in Livermore.
When police arrived they detected the victim Lizette Andrea Cuesta, whose arm was still intact, pang from life-threatening gash wounds and other injuries, according to an Alameda County Sheriff’s Office press release.
Authorities pronounced a blood route showed Cuesta crawled scarcely 100 yards along the alley before being detected by a flitting motorist, Sgt. Ray Kelly told the San Francisco Chronicle.
She was airlifted to Eden Hospital Trauma in Castro Valley but died within hours.
Prior to her death, Cuesta was means to yield investigators with a “compelling account” of who was obliged for her stabbing, Sgt. Kelly told the Chronicle.
“I’ve been around a prolonged time, and we can only consider of two or 3 times that I’m wakeful of in the group that we’ve been means to get a failing stipulation like that,” Kelly said.
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Cuesta was means to brand the male think before she died, and told police contend she knew both suspects, KCRA reports.
That information led to the detain of Daniel Gross, 19, and Melissa Leonardo, 25, police announced Tuesday afternoon.
They were arrested at a chateau in Modesto and taken to the Santa Rita Jail. They will shortly be ecstatic to Alameda County to face murder charges.
Kelly told the opening that a rough review shows Cuesta was stabbed, dumped out of a automobile and left for dead.
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“Her inner fortitude, to stay alive and to fight, is flattering remarkable,” Kelly said. “This immature lady clung to life when she was left for passed and was means to live for another couple hours and get us that information. Ultimately that led to these arrests.”
Sgt. Kelly thinks at one indicate Cuesta was likely tied up, KCRA reports.
A ground for the attack has not been revealed.
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