Cocaine Bricks Found in Home in Latest Twist in Woman’s Carjacking Murder Case

Bricks of cocaine stashed in a lampshade have thrown a wrench into the investigation into the carjacking and murder of a lady from Homestead in Central Florida. A disturbing new twist in the weird murder case was unearthed in a federal criminal complaint; officers from Homeland Security Investigations had discovered a suspicious item being delivered from Puerto Rico. The box, which had 3.28 kg of cocaine hidden inside a lamp with caulk and nails, was found by a K-9. Agents watched the area while the officer brought the shipment to a St. Cloud, Central Florida home near Kissimmee.

A 27-year-old woman named Monicsabel Romero Soto was seen driving around the house in a white Acura SUV on many occasions, probably to avoid detection by the police.

Several people, including Soto, have been detained in connection to the death of 31-year-old Katherine Altagracia Guerrero De Aguasvivas, and he has been charged with federal crimes. While en route from Homestead to Central Florida on April 11, Guerrero De Aguasvivas was abducted at around 6 p.m. The 28-year-old Jordanish Torres-Garcia stands out to detectives among those apprehended. One piece of evidence connecting Torres-Garcia to a murder case is the green 2002 Acura she owns. Additionally, the tow truck driver’s murder in Orange County the previous day is associated with the same car. The federal government already wanted him to possess firearms, so they arrested him.

An Orange County deputy named Francisco Estrella Chicon is facing charges of gaining access to the personal and professional details of the primary investigator from Seminole County who was involved in the investigation. Then he allegedly told Guerrero De Aguasvivas’s husband, Miguel Angel Aguasvivas, about it. Giovany Hernandez, Soto’s live-in partner, is presently the subject of an investigational manhunt. A spate of house invasions and killings has led investigators to suspect that Crespo Hernandez is involved with a drug trafficking group.

The team of investigators, which includes federal agents and detectives from several sheriff’s offices, is combing through many counties in the state as they probe the woman’s death in Homestead. At a stop light just outside Winter Springs, in Seminole County, on April 11, a man with a gun wearing a mask was seen on video exiting a green Acura as he pointed a handgun at Guerrero De Aguasvivas at the driver’s side window, and then getting into her white Dodge Durango.