90 Miles From Tyranny : Illegal Alien Siblings plead guilty in murder case in Michigan

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Saturday, May 11, 2019

Illegal Alien Siblings plead guilty in murder case in Michigan

SANDUSKY, MI – In the midst of their trial, two Sanilac County siblings opted to plead guilty in the case of a woman slain in Michigan’s Thumb.

Leobardo Torres-Castillo, 22, and Francisca Vargas-Castillo, 34, on May 2 appeared in Sanilac County Circuit Court and pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence and concealing the death of an individual. Vargas-Castillo also pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, while her brother pleaded guilty to assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder.

The siblings pleaded on the third day of their trial. Both defendants are Mexican nationals in the U.S. illegally.

The charges stem from the death of 42-year-old Bricia Flores-Rivera, who was also from Mexico and in the country illegally.

In the early morning of Sept. 1, Sanilac County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the 3900 block of Aitken Road in Flynn Township after a man reported Flores-Rivera, his girlfriend, was missing and that he found blood in their residence.

Suspects, victim in Sanilac County homicide are undocumented immigrants

The victim and her alleged killers worked on a Sanilac County dairy farm.

The Michigan State Police Crime Lab was called in to assist at the scene as well as at a vehicle located later that morning in Marlette from leads developed by investigators.

Police were led to Buel Township, approximately 20 miles from...

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