and seeing two guys jump an apartment complex wall, and records of calls between Garcia-Hernandez and Dorie Henley’s phones, cops stated. However a clearer image emerged when a pair of tipsters came forward. On Saturday, investigators talked to a person who informed them Dorie Henley had actually called and texted 2 days after the slaying, saying that she ‘d required cash to feed her kids and purchase diapers, so she set up a break-in near Jones and Charleston, authorities stated. The tipster stated Henley
had actually stated she ‘d enticed the victim with the guarantee of sex, however that when she attempted to take his wallet, the man tried to stop her, cops said. That’s when she screamed out and Andrew Henley and Franco stepped in, leaping the victim before stabbing him in the back.
Another tipster informed detectives that Dorie Henley called the day after the slaying, telling that individual to “watch the night news” because she ‘d”done something”near Jones and Charleston, cops said. Police spoke with and jailed the suspects on Sunday, inning accordance with the report. Dorie Henley admitted to the robbery conspiracy and told investigators the 2 men had actually leapt Garcia-Hernandez, and that she saw her brother kick him in the face, while Franco made “punching and swinging “movements toward the
victim. Franco informed investigators he and Andrew Henley had” kicked(the victim’s )ass, “but didn’t remember who stabbed him since “he was high,”authorities said. Andrew Henley stated that he was attempting to separate a battle in spite of tossing punches which he saw Franco utilize a metal object to stab Garcia-Hernandez
, authorities stated. After Garcia-Hernandez was on the ground, Andrew Henley stated, he saw his sis digging through the victim’s pockets and taking his wallet, cops said.
The suspects are being held at the Clark County Detention Center, each booked on one count of murder with a lethal weapon, break-in with a lethal weapon, burglary conspiracy
, vehicle theft, and conspiracy to devote a miscellaneous crime, prison logs reveal. They’re expected in court on Nov. 1.