Saturday, January 26, 2008

Illegal AlienMexican Immigrant Murders San Marcos Witch

Hell, I like my headline more than this innocuous headline by the UT:


Roommate suspected in woman's death

Uh...BORING! Anyway, I guess here in San Diego we are just so used to illegal aliens undocumented workers raping, molesting and murdering, that we just don't find this to be news anymore:


SAN MARCOS – Mimi Rohwer took in a day laborer a few years ago, giving him room and board in her San Marcos mobile home while he looked for work.

But when deputies entered the home and discovered the 75-year-old woman's body early Wednesday, her roommate was nowhere to be found.

Yesterday, Julio Cesar Jacobo-Curiel, 57, an illegal immigrant from Mexico, became a suspect in a murder investigation after an autopsy revealed Rohwer had been strangled, sheriff's investigators said.


Obviously Crime Stoppers seems a little overly optimistic about catching Jacobo-Curiel:

Jacobo-Curiel was last seen leaving the Casitas del Sol mobile home park on Barham Drive in Rohwer's 1996 red Toyota Camry, bearing California license plates 3TRH829.

Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest. To leave an anonymous tip, call (888) 580-TIPS.


Uh...here's a safe bet. Jacobo-Curiel is GONE. The Mexican border is just a 40-minute Camry drive from San Marcos.

Jacobo-Curiel may have murdered the wrong senior citizen. Turns out Rohwer is a witch. Here's hoping she gets him from the afterlife:

Rohwer, who was a Wiccan high priestess, had met Jacobo-Curiel when he was in the neighborhood on a job moving a mobile home, Eades said. She offered him a place to stay while he tried to find more work.

She had recently been having problems with Jacobo-Curiel and wanted him to move out, Eades said.

2 comments:

Yiddish Steel said...

Well, she's a witch, right?! Then why didn't she just cast a spell on that little greasy bastard?!

Nigel said...

Now now there, Yiddish. That comment was not very tolerant or politically correct. You must be very careful not to offend San Diego's Wiccan community...