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Armando Macias - Handwritten Letter and Envelope

$20.00

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In 2002 Deborah Perna, 54, Anaheim, became jealous after learning that her father intended to pass control of their family company to her 44-year-old brother, David Montemayor. Perna also believed that her brother was stealing from the business, where she worked as the office manager, and wanted to get rid of him.

Perna asked her co-worker, Edelmira Corona, 34, Pico Rivera, to help her arrange the murder by asking Corona's friend to kill Montemayor. Corona and Perna solicited the help of gang member Anthony Navarro, 44, Canyon County, who recruited three members of a San Fernando Valley gang to kidnap and murder Montemayor in the murder-for-hire plot.

On Oct. 2, 2002, gang member Macias is accused of kidnapping the victim at his family-run business in Rancho Dominguez with co-defendants Gerardo Lopez, 26, Pacoima, and Alberto Martinez, 33, Castaic. The three defendants drove Montemayor, a married father of three, towards the victim's Buena Park home, where they had been told the victim kept thousands of dollars in cash. Martinez was the driver.

Approximately one mile from the residence, the victim was able to escape from the car and run away from his attackers. As the victim ran for his life, Macias is accused of firing his weapon at the fleeing victim, executing him by shooting him in the head. Lopez also fired at the victim.

Martinez drove the three defendants as they fled the scene and became involved in a televised police chase during rush hour. Police eventually stopped the vehicle and arrested Macias, Lopez, and Martinez.

One page (front and back) handwritten letter. Letter is general content and signed in full. Original matching handwritten envelope is included.

Product Code: ARMAC100E

 

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