Three mexican men arrested in Tijuana for murder of San Diego teens

SAN DIEGO CA — Three Mexican men were arrested in Tijuana Mexico for the murder of three teens and two were from the San Diego.  area. There will be no bail bonds San Diego for them because they are facing murder charges. They will be transfered to the San Diego Jail.

The three Mexican suspects, identified only as Fabricio, Esteban Manuel and Alejandro were arrested at last week in Mexico after denying any involvement in the murders

In late November, 2018, 17-year-old Christopher Gomez and 18-year-old Juan Ojeda were found shot to death in Tijuana on November 25. Both innocent teenagers attended the O’Farrell Charter School in Encanto CA. It was unknown why they were in Mexico.

Another teen believed to be on of Ojeda’s friend was also killed.

Katheryn Garcia, who was Gomez’s cousin said, they were likely tortured in different locations before being killed execution-style in front of a public housing complex.

The FBI Investigators believe all three teenagers were taken from an apartment complex at gunpoint before being killed. It’s still unknown why the teens may have been targeted or way the criminals wanted they attention

According to recent reports, murders in Tijuana hit a record number in 2018 at more than 2,000.  This is why Christian Bail Bonds will not post a bail bond for these worthless Mexicans.  A San Diego jail bail bond is for criminals who have remorse and will show up for all their court hearings.