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Arrest records unsealed by an Alamosa County judge last week reveal brutal details in the murder of an Alamosa woman who has been missing since early September. The affidavit, unsealed by Alamosa Judge Michael Gonzales, show year-old Selena Esquibel was kidnapped after being hit in the head with a gun and then taken to a property in the southern San Luis Valley where she was shot and left in a hole.
The arrest records indicate Baroz, 26, killed Esquibel in retaliation for her telling people he raped her. On Tuesday, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation announced that a forensic dentist identified a second set of remains as belonging to Shayla Hammel, 34, of Saguache, who has been missing since the day after Thanksgiving. Family members had not heard from her since October.
Bob Willett, District Attorney for the 12th Judicial District, told the Gazette the Baroz case is the top priority in his jurisdiction. Records show Baroz has had run-ins with the law in southern Colorado since he was 19, ranging from misdemeanors to felonies with charges gradually getting more severe. In earlyhe was arrested in Alamosa for a parole violation, which was followed by another arrest a couple of months later for assault. InBaroz was detained on a charge of second-degree assault on a peace officer, after which he tried several attempts to escape from jail, records show.
Baroz is scheduled to appear in Alamosa County court for a preliminary hearing connected with the Esquibel murder on Jan. Edit Close. Toggle. Tonight Clear to partly cloudy. Fostering Hope founder to step down, but not away from helping foster children.
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