Break uncovered 4 bus drivers’ horrific murders
San Pedro, Dominican Republic.- The big break which led investigatorsto the bodies of three of the four bus drivers killed to steal their vehicles,whose bodies were found in a pit in Juan Dolio township, came to the San PedroOffice of Prosecutor unexpectedly.
Outlet Diario Libre reports that the investigations intothe death of bus driver Dionisio Vidal Berroa, whose body was found tied to ablock in the Higuamo River last September had apprehended Jaime ValentinEncarnacion, who allegedly received the money from the stolen vehicles from thealleged gang which murdered the drivers, and reportedly sold the buses in Haitiwhen they couldn’t find buyer locally.
Encarnacion, now in custody, had been arrested after aninformant admitted knowing someone who would sell the bus that had belonged toBerroa.
Investigators detained that person, who admitted receivinga call from a family member who cautioned him against buying the bus.
"We arrested that other person, who told us it was Encarnacionwho would sell the bus, but didn’t buy it because his family told him it wasn’tconvenient, because it was a very old bus to ply that route," said SanPedro deputy prosecutor Carmen Mohammed, who heads investigation into the horrificmurders.