Aisha Nava Mireles: Household and mates demand solutions on loss of life of 18-year-old SoCal lady
Dozens of individuals gathered on a bridge over the mattress of a river the place the physique of the 18-year-old was discovered on March 28.
Her mom, Natalie Mireles, stated a coroner’s investigator first informed her they believed the loss of life was suicide, however officers now say the reason for loss of life has been postponed pending additional investigation .
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Division stated deputies are actively investigating the case, however the household say they aren’t getting a response.
On March 28, Aisha went to the films together with her mom and two youthful sisters. Natalie stated Aisha was very completely satisfied. Later that afternoon, she walked to a pal’s home a number of blocks away within the city of Hawaiian Gardens.
She did not exit a lot and, unusually, did not come again at 8 p.m. curfew. His physique was discovered the subsequent morning about 13 miles away.
Natalie stated it was unusual and illogical to assume that Aisha would get there by strolling alone, including that she was unfamiliar with the realm. Natalie tried unsuccessfully to seek out surveillance footage and posted flyers asking for assist.
Household and mates say there isn’t any method the Cerritos School scholar might kill herself and say they’ve discovered proof that leads them to imagine she was killed. A couple of days after Aisha’s loss of life, Natalie went to the riverbed and located what she believed to be her daughter’s tooth, alongside together with her eyeglass lens and backpack, which had a tear that she did not imagine she was there earlier than.
“I hope this occasion will make a distinction as a result of it deserves higher than this,” stated Jacqueline Aguilar, Nava’s pal. “I do know she did not kill herself. I do know somebody did this to her. I simply hope she wasn’t in ache.”
Nava’s household have launched flyers asking for the general public’s assist and hope Saturday’s vigil will encourage anybody with the data to talk out.
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