In a chilling incident in Michoacán, Mexico, a 19-year-old named Sebastian was apprehended by the State Police after allegedly walking down the street carrying the decapitated head of his sister, Julieta. The shocking scene unfolded near a government-run clinic, where witnesses promptly alerted the authorities.
Upon arriving at the scene, the State Police confiscated the rifle Sebastian was carrying and arrested him without encountering any resistance. The lifeless body of Julieta, estimated to be in her mid to late 20s, was discovered approximately 820 feet away at a nearby petrol station.
Mexican Boy Sebastian Arrest
The Michoacán state prosecutor’s office is conducting ongoing investigations into this gruesome act, though the motive behind Sebastian’s actions remains undisclosed at this point. Sebastian is currently in custody, and authorities have not provided information regarding the involvement of others in the incident.
As of Monday, officials had not disclosed the motive behind Sebastian’s act of murdering his sister, and any potential involvement of others remained undisclosed. The investigation in the case is still ongoing.
This shocking incident draws parallels with a disturbing event in the State of Mexico’s municipality of San Mateo Atenco in October 2022. Lev Norman was apprehended while carrying the severed head of Lucero Yazmin in a backpack, walking along an avenue with his body covered in blood. Concerned residents alerted the authorities, leading to his prompt arrest. During interrogation, Norman admitted to the crime and disclosed the location of Yazmin’s body.
In another crime report from Mexico on December 21, 2023, it was revealed that Rosalinda González Valencia, also known as ‘La Jefa’ and the wife of Nemesio ‘El Mencho’ Oseguera Cervantes, leader of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG), received a five-year sentence for her involvement in a suspected money-laundering operation related to a carwash.
La Jefa, associated with the infamous CJNG, has been convicted by a judge for hiding transactions related to her car wash in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, during the period of 2015 to 2016. Her attorney, Víctor Francisco Beltrán, is presently in the process of appealing the five-year sentence that was imposed.