Saturday, 4 July 2020

Handyman will face trial for crime of Spanish tourist in Tortuguero

A Nicaraguan handyman surnamed Díaz Hawkings will face a trial as a suspect in the murder of the Spanish tourist Arancha Gutiérrez López, who died of suffocation in August 2018.

The Pococí Criminal Court on Thursday elevated the case to trial following the preliminary hearing of the case. Díaz Hawkings is charged with homicide, reported La Nacion.

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