Yucatecan college professor Jeany Rosado Peña, her 13-year-old son and her husband were killed Monday January 9 in Chilpancingo, capital city of the state of Guerrero, on the Mexican Pacific Coast.
According to police and press reports from Chilpancingo, suspects broke into her home, and after murdering father and son, they kidnapped the teacher, killed her and left her body near the “Río Papagayo” bridge, on the Mexico – Acapulco highway, better known as “Autopista del Sol“.
State and ministerial police informed that the incident occurred in the early morning hours of Monday Jan. 9, at the house located on “Calle Rio Ocotito, Colonia Recursos Hidráulicos“, downtown Chilpancingo (behind Chilpancingo’s Government Palace), where doctor Nicéforo Cabrera Rojas, Jeany’s husband, and their son Isaac Daniel were shot. Dr. Cabrera Rojas was an Internist at an IMSS clinic in Ciudad Altamirano, Guerrero.
The lifeless body of the Yucatecan professor, who was a member of the Union of Academic Workers of the Autonomous University of Guerrero, was found just a few meters from the “Río Papagayo” bridge, in the direction of Acapulco. The corpse showed signs of torture.
Professor Jeany Rosado Peña was the daughter of Deacon Paulino Rosado Cortés and Margarita Peña Huchim. A mass in her honor will take place on Wednesday January 11, at the Xoclán cemetery, in Mérida, Yuc.
Javier Saldaña Almazán, University of Guerrero rector, sent a message to demand that the crime be investigated and those responsible punished.
“I deeply regret the homicide of our beloved teacher Jeany Rosado Peña as well as her husband and son. I request the authorities of the three orders of Government, Federal, State and municipal, a thorough investigation and punishment according to the law for the authors of this condemnable crime that shocks the university community, because Professor Rosado was an honest person with a faultless behavior”, stated rector Saldaña Almazán on his Facebook account.
Jeany Rosado was responsible for the Scholarship Committee at the Union of Academic Workers of the UAG, and was a collaborator at the Number 5 Nursing School in the municipality of Coyuca de Catalán, in the “Tierra Caliente” region of Guerrero.
Her husband was an internist at the IMSS clinic in Pungarabato (Ciudad Altamirano), and their son, Isaac Daniel, was a student and a soccer player at the Chivas Real Chilpancingo school.
– Source: http://yucatan.com.mx/
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