Illegal Mexican National DELFINO HURTADO-NAVARETTE, Arrested For Murder of Illegal Mexican Female Juanita Rosales-Garcia Hillsoboro Oregon
What really pisses me off is how the Mexicans have crapped all over Oregon , including the Open Spaces. A woman can’t go walking in the country because the Mexicans have taken over. It should be noted that he stabbed her to death. Mexican Family Values.
Scroll down to the bottom of page to read the Lies the Mexican Killer ,Delfino Hurtado ,told the Media. The article will give you an idea about how gullible the media is and how willing to lie the average mexican is.
Note she worked at a Greek Deli in Cedar Hills. Was Juanita Illegal? Was she using fake ID?
Yes, those are the hard questions journalists should be researching,because if the couple has stayed in Mexico, this murder would never have happened.
More of the taxpayers moneyis wasted to try , convict and house a mexican killer.
When Dani Countryman was murdered by two illegal mexican gardeners, the media wasted no time writing about her father who was in jail , by the time the Oregonian was done, everyone had written off Dana as a trashy white girl from Texas who deserved what she got. It took the focus off the illegal killers, whose background and character were not reported upon; the evil deeds of the Oregonian
On April 3, 2009 at 1 PM, Hillsboro Police Detectives arrested DELFINO HURTADO-NAVARETTE, age 37, of Hillsboro for the murder of his live in girlfriend JUANITA ROSALES-GARCIA, age 40, also of Hillsboro.
This case began as a missing person case on March 10, 2009 when Hurtado-Navarette reported Rosales-Garcia missing from their home in Hillsboro. Hillsboro Police detectives launched a missing person investigation. (A prior news release was sent on March 25th, 2009 regarding this missing person.)
On April 1, 2009, Hillsboro Police patrol officers discovered Rosales-Garcia’s Chevrolet Blazer abandoned in the parking lot at 1050 SW Baseline Street in Hillsboro and it was seized as evidence.
On April 3, 2009 at 7:00 AM Oregon State Police Trooper Luke Schwartz discovered a body in a wooded area near Moreland Rd and Dorland Rd near North Plains in Washington County. While this female body discovered has not been positively identified, investigators believe it is likely that of Ms. Rosales-Garcia. This development caused the activation of the Washington County Major Crimes Team.
Also on April 3, 2009, Hillsboro Police detectives continued their investigation and interviewed Hurtado-Navarette whereby he confessed to the murder of Rosales-Garcia. He was arrested and lodged in the Washington County Jail on 1 count of Murder.
Investigators believe this incident stemmed from relationship discord and the fact that Ms. Rosales-Garcia was planning to leave Mr. Hurtado-Navarette. Investigators believe the suspect in this case beat and stabbed the victim to death during an argument over her departure from the relationship.
This investigation continues by the Washington County
Delfino Hurtado is asking for help and said his wife, Juanita Rosales-Garcia, mysteriously disappeared four days ago. She was on her way to a friend’s baby shower Monday evening but never showed up, and no one has heard from her.
Hurtado has been putting up fliers all week in Spanish and English at many locations, including Daphne’s Greek Deli in Cedar Hills because it’s where she works.
Police aren’t calling her disappearance suspicious yet, but her family said it is terrified.
Hurtado said he’s exhausted and confused.
“This isn’t like her to disappear and not call,” he said.
He has had trouble sleeping since his wife disappeared Monday and he has no idea where she might be.
Hurtado said it was her day off from work when she took her son to school, stopped by the deli for about an hour to help a co-worker and then left for a friend’s baby shower in the evening that she never made it to.
He said she was stressed out recently over a problem with one of their boys, but she tried not to show it.
Hurtado also said he wonders if Rosales-Garcia’s former roommate could be a factor.
He said that eight years ago she filed charges against a man she shared a house with for his harassing behavior.
The man got angry at her and, recently, she was talking about him to relatives, Hurtado said.
“I don’t understand why she’s talking about him again after eight years,” he said.
Hurtado said his wife is a hard-working mother with a friendly spirit and it isn’t like her to just leave, that’s why he is searching tirelessly for her and praying for a good ending.
“Everybody’s looking for her,” he said. “I worry for her.”
Juanita’s husband said she was driving a ’95, red Chevy Blazer with Oregon license plate No. XFL132.
Anyone with information about the missing woman should contact Hillsboro police.http://www.kptv.com/news/18920244/detail.html#-