The murder suspect “played football” with the victim’s head in the street after beheading


According to reports, New Mexico man Joel Arciniega-Saenz (Joel Arciniega-Saenz) was arrested and charged with first-degree murder. According to reports, he told the police that before he was detained, he had been with the victim. The player was beheaded to play football.

The Las Cruces police confirmed that Arciniega-Saenz made the above comments to the police officers, but they could not confirm whether he actually kicked the victim in the head. On Sunday, the 25-year-old man was charged with stabbing a man in Las Cruces Park, New Mexico.

Police officers were sent to Apodaca Park after receiving reports that there was a body on the road. When they arrived, they found a beheaded man lying face down. The police found the head of James Garcia, who was later identified as the victim, about 10 yards from his body.

According to court documents, the police found Arciniega Saenz in the park, and he appeared to have dried blood on his hands. According to reports, the police found Arciniega-Sarns near a knife that was pierced into the ground. The defendant told the police that Garcia raped his wife four years ago, but he would not tell the police his wife’s name.

“I’m shocked that it really happened. This is something you see in crime movies or something like that,” Mark Ray, who lives in Las Cruces, told KFOX14.

Joel Arciniega-Saenz was arrested and charged with first-degree murder on suspicion of beheading a man in a park in New Mexico.
Las Cruces Police Department

This is not the first time Arciniega-Saenz has clashed with law enforcement. KDBC reports that he has a long history of criminal charges. In 2017, he was arrested and charged for the murder of Benjamin Montoya. Benjamin’s sister, Krystal Montoya, told KDBC that when she saw Arciniega Saenz being arrested again, she was “very angry”.

“I pray that he will not do this again and ruin other people’s families,” Krystal said. “I was angry because they released a monster.”

According to KDBC, the charge of Arciniega-Saenz’s 2017 murder case was dismissed after it was discovered that a key witness was holding a gun of the same caliber as the murder of Benjamin. He was also arrested for sabotaging a business in May, but was released on bail.

When examining Garcia’s body on Sunday, the police found that the middle finger of his right hand had been removed. Later, it was found in a pool of blood at the bottom of a tree, where officials also found footprints matching the pattern on the soul of Arciniega-Saenz shoes.

“I don’t want this person to be released again, do something stupid again, hurt another family again,” Krystal told KDBC. “No matter how my brother hurts me, I can say that I hurt this person’s family. He needs to be put away.”

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