The provincial law court of Sevilla has sentenced two young men to 13 years imprisonment each for burglary and the murder of a priest on the 6th of October, 2010
The body of Málaga lawyer, Salvador Andrés Reina was found in the boot of his car near the bus station in the city last Friday. The find brings to an end, in the worst possible way, the uncertainty felt by the family over his disappearance. The 50-year-old lawyer’s body showed signs of having suffered a violent death.
A 36-year-old man is facing 50 years in prison, standing accused of having stabbed to death his wife and 5-year-old son.
Gunter V.F. from Germany and former resident of Taramay, Almuñécar, received an 18-year prison sentence for the murder of his 86-year-old Belgian boss, on whose property he lived. Apart from the incarceration, he will also have to pay 90,000 euros to his victim’s widow and cover all the court costs of of the trial.
A 62-year-old Columbian man has been remanded in custody without bail over a murder committed 18 years ago. The man, Genaro Ramallo, is suspected of having murdered his wife and her son all those years ago on a farm belonging to him, in the province of Huelva
The man who was arrested in the province of Malaga for the murder of two women could be a serial killer with other victims.
Regional News: A 30-year-old man allegedly tried to sexually abuse a 19-year-old Swedish woman and then slit her throat – he also managed to wound the girl’s roommate. The incident took place in a hostel in Fuengirola.
Regional News: The Guardia Civil arrested a 37-year-old man in Montoro, Cordoba, accused of murdering a friend, whose name he had used to commit fraud.
The Guardia Civil arrested a 19-year-old man after he brought his 18-year-old girlfriend to the emergency department of a hospital, already dead from a severe beating.
The next article is from the Malaga area and concerns a 31-year-old, Paraguayan woman who has been sentenced to two years’ imprisonment for the 2nd-degree murder of her baby that she gave birth to on a toilet.