Facebook Search Cracks Cold Murder Case That Sends Illegal Alien To Prison

Facebook Search Cracks Cold Murder Case That Sends Illegal Alien To Prison
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Written by AFL

Years after her mother was murdered right beside her playpen a Texas woman finds justice through a Facebook search. A Dallas homicide detective used the site to find the man suspected of killing Daisy’s mom and matched his DNA to the crime scene evidence.

An illegal alien has been sentenced to 30 years in prison after cold case investigators linked him to the gruesome murder of his sister-in-law some 22 years after the crime.

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It was Facebook that eventually breathed new life into the two-decade old case.

Serrano, who was 18 at the time of the killing, was sentenced in Dallas Thursday after pleading guilty to raping and strangling Dominguez, 23, the paper reported. Serrano spared the victim’s baby, a then-six-month-old who was left near her mother’s body in a playpen alone for eight hours after the killing.

The child, named Daisy Serrano-Dominguez, is now 23.

The daughter was key in cracking the case after a long-lost cousin found her on Facebook and they began chatting about the case. Serrano-Dominguez contacted Dallas Police cold case detective Noe Camacho, who eventually used Facebook to track down Serrano, who was living in Utah under an assumed name, according to the paper.

He was linked to the crime through DNA evidence after his arrest last May. The test connected the semen found on Dominguez to him, the paper reported. More

It’s about time Facebook actually did something good.

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