Elder kills his 35-year-old partner for alleged infidelity; is arrested for not being able to run because of his age



Elder kills his 35-year-old partner for alleged infidelity; is arrested for not being able to run because of his age.

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A Elderly man killed his sentimental partner, a young woman around 35 years old after having an argument over alleged infidelity. Although the man wanted to escape, his age-specific condition prevented him from getting away with it and he was detained by the police in the municipality of Temixco in the state of Morelos, Mexico.

According to witnesses, it all began when the older adult and the young woman had an argument about alleged infidelity inside their home in Calle Nuevo México and continued fighting outside the house located in the Aeropuerto neighborhood of the municipality of Temixco.

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After shouting at each other in the middle of the street and regardless of whether they were observed by neighbors, the situation became more violent and it was then that the senior man pulled out a gun and shot him in the head to the young woman and then try to escape but could not get far, since he was arrested by the police in a matter of moments, due to his advanced age

Authorities began investigations and cordoned off the area where They found the casing of the bullet that took the young woman’s life and although they searched for video surveillance cameras, they did not find any and finally they proceeded to lift the body of the victim whose name was not disclosed.

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