Adre Baroz Murders 5 In California

Adre Baroz
Adre Baroz

Adre Baroz is a killer from California who would be convicted of five murders

According to court documents Adre Baroz would become a suspect in the murder of Korina Arroyo, Myron Martinez, Shayla Hammel, Selena Esquibel, and Xavier Zeven Garcia when authorities were searching the property and came upon a ton of human remains. Eventually police were able to sort out the remains and Baroz would be charged with five counts of murder

Adre Baroz would plead guilty to all five murders in order to escape the death penalty and would be sentenced to five consecutive life terms meaning he will die behind bars

Two other men, Julius Baroz, Adre’s older brother, and Francisco Ramirez are to be sentenced later today

Adre Baroz Case

A man who goes by ‘Psycho’ will spend the rest of his life behind bars.

Adre Baroz was sentenced Friday after pleading guilty to first-degree murder charges. He was charged in connection with the investigation involving human remains located in the San Luis Valley area and missing persons cases in late 2020.

Baroz was charged in the murder of several people and was arrested and charged for the murder of 31-year-old Korina Arroyo of Monte Vista, as well as the murders of Myron Martinez, Shayla Hammel, Selena Esquibel, and Xavier Zeven Garcia, the grisly details of which gained nationwide attention as a manhunt began.

Conejos County law enforcement and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation were not looking for remains when they jointly executed a search warrant at a property near the town of Los Sauces on Nov. 10, 2021. They were looking for Baroz, who was wanted for allegedly stealing vehicles and equipment.

“During this search, remains were found on the property. The remains were later discovered to be human remains,” said Conejos County Sheriff Garth Crowther soon after the discovery. “This information we got at the first scene, we got a task force together … members of the task force assisted in searching a second property in close proximity to the first property. Additional human remains were found on the second property.”

Since his arrest, more have been made in connection to the human remains case.

https://www.kktv.com/2024/05/03/man-known-psycho-sentenced-life-prison-connection-colorado-human-remains-case

Adre Baroz News

District Judge Michael Gonzales has sentenced Adre Baroz, 29, to the Department of Corrections where he will serve five consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole for the murders of Korina Arroyo, Selena Esquibel, Myron Robert Martinez, Xavier Zeven Garcia and Shayla Hammel.

As court documents in each case obtained by the Valley Courier revealed, Baroz brutally murdered the five people – including his youngest victim, Selena Esquibel, who was only 19 years old – over a period of time from August 25, 2020 to November 13, 2020, a space of just seven weeks.

Gonzales further sentenced Baroz to an additional total of 140 years for two counts of assault, one count of kidnapping and five counts of tampering with the remains of a deceased human body. As with the sentences for murder in the first degree, the additional sentences will be served consecutively.

Based on an average life expectancy of 76 years, Baroz was sentenced to a total of 375 years in prison.

“You’re going to be locked up for the rest of your life,” Gonzales said to Baroz.

David Lipka, defense counsel, told the court Baroz takes full responsibility for his actions and entered his guilty plea to “spare the victims’ families the pain of a court trial.” Lipka also said that extensive psychological evaluations revealed that Baroz’s actions were attributed to methamphetamine induced psychosis.

“That is not an excuse for his actions,” Lipka said. “It’s just an explanation.”

Co-defendants Julius Baroz, Adre’s older brother, and Francisco Ramirez are awaiting sentencing when court is back in session later today. This story will be updated later.

https://alamosanews.com/article/adre-baroz-sentenced-to-serve-five-consecutive-life-sentences-in-doc

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