Illegal Alien Charged With Murdering Fellow Ecuadorian, Burying Her Body in Upstate NY Park

Illegal Alien Charged With Murdering Fellow Ecuadorian, Burying Her Body in Upstate NY Park
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An illegal alien released into the U.S. under Joe Biden has been charged with strangling a fellow Ecuadorian and burying her body in a community park in upstate New York this month, according to reports.

Authorities believe Jhon Moises Chacaguasay-Ilbis, 21, traveled to the city of Syracuse to reunite with Joselyn Jhoana Toaquiza, who was celebrating her 21st birthday.

Chacaguasay-Ilbis and Toaquiza reportedly went to grade school together in Ecuador and both victim and suspect arrived in the U.S. last year.

Surveillance footage turned over to authorities shows the pair walking into an Airbnb where Chacaguasay-Ilbis was staying just after 4 p.m. on June 18.

“Three hours later, the video shows him carrying Toaquiza on his back, with her arms and legs wrapped around him. She appears limp and doesn’t move. It’s not possible to tell if she’s alive,” reports.

Local prosecutor Alphonse Williams says the owner of the Airbnb later found blood inside the residence.

The suspect returned to the Airbnb alone, changed clothes, and climbed into a Lyft car heading to a Syracuse transit station.

He then caught a Greyhound bus bound for New York City.

Toaquiza’s family reported her missing that night, and her body was found in a shallow grave approximately 12 hours later in Lincoln Park, a short distance from the Airbnb.

On Tuesday, Chacaguasay-Ilbis turned himself in to police in the village of Spring Valley, NY.

It is unclear what he did or where he traveled in the days between the killing and his surrender.

It is also unclear where Chacaguasay-Ilbis resides or if he is homeless.

Chacaguasay-Ilbis illegally crossed the southern border sometime in 2023 and surrendered to U.S. authorities before being released into the country under unspecified conditions, according to Williams.

Toaquiza and her extended family also arrived to the U.S. in 2023 but their immigration statuses are unclear at this time.

Chacaguasay-Ilbis was picked up by Syracuse police on Wednesday and booked into Onondaga County Justice Center on charges of second-degree murder and concealment of a human corpse.

Additionally, Immigration and Customs Enforcement has lodged a detainer against him.

During arraignment on Thursday morning, Chacaguasay-Ilbis — who required a Spanish-speaking interpreter — claimed he couldn’t remember anything about the killing because he was under the influence of alcohol.

An investigation and legal proceedings are ongoing.

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