Gabriel Orellana Wiki – Gabriel Orellana Biography
- Gabriel Orellana was arrested in Chubut, Argentina, over the murder of his girlfriend’s 14-year-old sister, Lía Vázquez, on last Friday
- The 22-year-old had previously threatened to kill his 19-year-old girlfriend’s family and even put a knife to his girlfriend and son
- Orellana allegedly went on Google last Thursday and looked up ‘how to kill a person’ and ‘the weak points to kill a person’
- He allegedly went to his girlfriend’s home and attacked Vázquez in front of her six-year-old brother
- Police say Orellana stole $375 and several cellphones, and was captured at his job covered in blood
A man has been arrested after he allegedly looked up online how to commit a murder and then stabbed dead his girlfriend’s 14-year-old sister in the Argentine Patagonia.
Gabriel Orellana, 22, searched on Google ‘how to kill a person’ and ‘the weak points to kill a person’ on Thursday, police say.
He then allegedly arrived at his girlfriend’s parent’s home in Puerto Madryn, Chubut, on Friday and attacked Lía Vázquez in front of her six-year-old brother.
Forensic examiners found that Vázquez was stabbed multiple times in the neck and that her hands displayed cuts, showing that she attempted to defend herself.
Orellana allegedly stole $375 and several cellphones before he was seen leaving by neighbors near the residence.
He was still covered in blood when he was arrested a couple of hours later at his job, cops said.
Orellana was charged with femicide and robbery.
Jorge Bugueño, the prosecutor who was assigned to the case, said Orellana will be held in preventive detention for four months and could spend life in prison if convicted.
According to newspaper Diario Jornada, Orellana’s 19-year-old girlfriend said he had a history of abusing her at the home they shared with their one-year-old son.
‘He told me to cook for him, but I could not because I had the baby in my arms,’ she explained. ‘He then grabbed me and hit my head against the wall.’
In October, Orellana allegedly showed up at his home drunk and threatened to stab his girlfriend and his son before backing down, Bugueño said.
‘We will request certain expert opinions based on the evidence that the [police department’s investigators] collected at the home … which will serve as evidence in the trial,’ Bugueño said.