After Beryl’s request to recuperate her ring, Jarabo who had already forgotten about it, went to the pawnshop. He didn’t have the money, he returned but there was no agreement. The lenders wanted to take advantage of the situation.
Every time he showed up at the store, conditions changed, which meant a turning point in this whole story. Jarabo was becoming more and more furious, but he chose in a cool and calculating manner to get the precious ring at any cost.
Premeditated but improvised
Jarabo entered the lender’s house, Emilio, demanding what was his. Any other person would have committed a crime of passion, but Jarabo had everything under control. He pretended to leave the house, but he silently returned to the bathroom. He took Emilio’s life with a point-blank shot at the back of his neck.
The maid began to scream, alarmed and frightened by the resounding noise of the firearm. Jarabo found the solution amongst the kitchen utensils: one of the knives pierced the poor woman’s heart, leaving her body inert and bleeding to death.
The third victim was Maria, Emilio’s wife. With great eagerness, Jarabo presented himself as a tax inspector, radically changing his personality and the events that had taken place, to succeed. She didn’t take long in discovering the body of her husband, so Jarabo had to sentence her with a shot at a close distance.