13 Jan 2024
Tlaquepaque, Jalisco (Mexico)
The body of the victim was found in a ravine with a gunshot wound to the back. Her identity is not known.
Jalisco.- The State Prosecutor's Office (FE) of Jalisco is carrying out an investigation under the National Protocol of Action for Personnel of Justice Procurement Instances in Cases Involving Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity, after the discovery of the body of a transgender woman in the Hacienda de Vidrio neighborhood, in San Pedro Tlaquepaque.
The report of the event was received at the emergency number around 2:41 pm today, which led municipal agents to go to the confluence of calles Orizaba and Córdoba.
At that location, a person was located in a property in a ravine with a depth of approximately 3 meters, which led to the request for the intervention of emergency services. First responders, following instructions from the Prosecutor's Office, proceeded to cordon off the area, preserve the evidence and prepare the Approved Police Report (IPH).
The body was removed with the support of Civil Protection and Firefighters. Paramedics from the Municipal Medical Services indicated approximately 12 hours of cadaveric evolution and observed an alleged gunshot wound to the back on the right side.
It was reported that the deceased was wearing a green, blue and white sweatshirt, a denim skirt without shoes, and at first glance there was apparently blood-forming fluid on her legs.
The body was transferred to the metropolitan amphitheater to make the corresponding rulings, and it is expected to be officially identified by his family.