COSTA RICA NEWS – A former judge who shares a prison cell with suspected adbusctor of six year old Yerelyn Guzmán Calvo has provided police with information on the possible whereabouts of the young girl.
Former judge Christian Nole Quesada was convicted last year of money laundering.
Nole Moses, brother of the former judge, told La Nacion that his incarcerated brother called him last night to ask him to make a Facebook post for him, publishing that the suspect, a 24 year old man identified as Guzmán and Yerelyn’s uncle, in the abduction told some of the prisoners that the little girl might still be alive.
According to Moses Nole: “my brother told me that the guy since he came in (to jail) they were all like crazy to hurt him, but as he is a lawyer, he told them to handle it different, so they isolated him and that is when he spoke, alleging the whereabouts of the child and then was told to the Judicial Investigation Organization (OIJ).”
“He didn’t tell me the location. All I know is that, possibly, the little girl is still alive. My brother told me he hoped the information would help,” he said.
The OIJ has confirmed receiving the information and were working on corroborating or discarding it.
Yerelyn went missing last Friday at 8:00pm. A security video shows she was last seen in the company of her uncle, who is in jail on a three month detention order, suspect in the abduction of Yerelyn and sex abuse of Yerelyn’s brothers (also minors).
Police are continuing their search in hopes to find the little girl alive.
Source: La Nacion