New Mexico man leads police to dead wife's body in forest using data from his GPS ankle monitor

Armando Zamora, 35, estaba charged with murder after being arrested and jailed last Sunday on suspicion of killing Erica Zamora, 39, después de que su cuerpo fuera encontrado en el Bosque Nacional de Gila, a New Mexico State Police statement said.

Erica Zamora was reported missing Friday after she had not been heard from since Sept. 26, the day the couple went to the nearby forest, la declaración decía.

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After learning that Armando Zamora wore an ankle monitor because of a 2019 conviction for sexual contact with a minor, investigators checked GPS coordinates to see where for he had been recently. including the wood-cutting site, la declaración decía.

A sergeant searched the area and located a deceased female matching the description of Erica Zamora,” the state police statement said.

Armando Zamora had told investigators he last saw his wife on Sept. 28 when he dropped her at her separate residence, but on Sunday after her body was found, él “admitted to beating Erica to deathwith an ax, la declaración decía.

Según un informe policial, Armando Zamora told investigators the couple argued on the drive to the forest and that he killed her after she punched him at the wood- cutting site, KOAT-TV reported.

The couple had a pending divorce case that was initiated by Armando Zamora in June, de acuerdo con los registros judiciales.

Court records for the criminal and the divorce cases did not list an attorney who could comment on behalf of Armando Zamora, who is from the small community of Santa Clara.

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