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Illegal alien from El Salvador murders 17 year old Muslim girl with baseball bat and dumps her body in a pond in Virginia-ABC News

June 20, 2017

ICE said in a statement Monday that they have filed a detainer on Torres, a citizen of El Salvador, for potential deportation as he is believed to be in the U.S. illegally.”

Torres, illegal alien from El Salvador

June 19, 2017,Police say road rage incident led to the death of Virginia Muslim teen, ABC News, Karma Allen, Courtney Connley 

Virginia police believe a road rage incident led to the death of the 17-year-old Muslim girl whose body was found near a mosque [article later says killer dumped her in a pond], officials said in a press conference Monday evening.

The body found in a Virginia pond Sunday has been identified as 17-year-old Nabra Hassanen of Reston, Virginia, officials confirmed Monday. Hassanen went missing earlier in the day Sunday after she and her friends left a mosque, according to police. Fairfax County police confirmed Monday that they are not investigating the case as a hate crime.
“Based on the information our detectives have at this point, there is no indication that this was a hate-bias motivated-related crime,” police said. “If that changes as the investigation progresses, we would certainly pursue that aspect.”
Julie Parker, director of media relations for Fairfax County police, said in Monday’s press conference that the incident started early Sunday around 3:40 a.m. local time when a group of about 15 teens were walking in Fairfax County to get some food after participating at an overnight event at the ADAMS center (All Dulles Area Muslim Society). Parker said detectives believe the suspect drove up to the teens when a male teen on a bike started arguing with him.
Hassanen, whose body was found in a pond around 3 p.m. Sunday in Sterling, Virginia, died from blunt force trauma to the upper body, Parker said.

Nabra Hassanen, 17, dead

Fairfax County police arrested Torres, 22, of Sterling around 5:15 a.m. and charged him with murder in connection with the case. Torres was arraigned Monday morning and held without bail, according to an official at the Fairfax County courthouse. It is unclear if he entered a plea and it was not immediately made clear whether he had obtained an attorney.

Police said they looked into whether the killing was a hate crime, but said they found no indication “that this was a bias incident.” Officials do believe Torres acted alone, and are not looking to arrest any other suspects.
The ADAMS center in Sterling, where the teens are believed to have been attending an overnight event, released a statement in regards to Hassanen’s death.
“We are devastated and heartbroken as our community undergoes and processes this traumatic event,” the center said in a statement.”…
The investigation of the case is ongoing and said the case may be prosecuted in Loudon County instead of Fairfax County because of elements of the crime and where they occurred.”…

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