The ex-boyfriend of a New York lady found passed in a container that was dumped on a side of a Connecticut highway has been arrested, military pronounced Tuesday.
Javier deSilva, 24, was taken into control in Queens, New York, on Monday night for allegedly regulating a withdraw label belonging to Valerie Reyes, who was reported blank by her family on Jan. 30, according to police.
Greenwich Police Capt. Robert Berry pronounced deSilva “admitted a role” in Reyes’ death. So far, no charges have been filed.
“We’re carefree and assured that a office of probity for Valerie will be successful, and wish this review provides some turn of closure to a Reyes family,” Berry said.
Reyes’ body, with her hands and feet bound, was found by highway workers final week inside red luggage left on a highway in a rich city of Greenwich, Connecticut.
A means of genocide for Reyes, who was from New Rochelle, is still pending.
The final time family members listened from Reyes was Jan. 28, military in New Rochelle said. Reyes, who family pronounced suffered from basin and panic attacks, lived in a area with her father.
Norma Reyes, who final week recounted one of a last phone calls with her daughter, pronounced Valerie was in “fear for my life” and suspicion someone was going to mistreat her.
“We don’t even understand. The usually thing that’s uncanny is she was fearful for her life and afterwards somebody ends adult taking” her life, Norma Reyes said.