Jordin Miranda Castillo Wiki – Jordin Miranda Castillo Biography

A young mother Jordin Miranda Castillo was shot dead after police allege her ex-boyfriend broke into her third-floor apartment and opened fire on people inside. Glendale, Arizona police identified the suspect as Ruben Xavier Rocha. Rocha, 22, has been charged with murder, robbery and aggravated assault, police say. He turned himself in to authorities Monday. It is unclear if Rocha has pleaded guilty to the charges or has hired an attorney to comment on her behalf.

According to police, Rocha allegedly violated a restraining order and forced his way into Jordin Miranda Castillo’s apartment, following a “social media disturbance” between the couple on Sunday. Rocha is the father of Castillo’s child, authorities say. Rocha allegedly fired, hitting 20-year-old Jordin and two other people in the apartment at the time.

“She was one of the strongest women I have ever known,” his brother, Elijah Castillo, said during a news conference Monday. Castillo leaves behind a 2-year-old daughter who police say was present but unharmed during the shooting. A witness took the boy into the bathroom moments before the violence, police say.


Jordin Miranda Castillo Age

The age of Jordin Miranda Castillo was not declared.

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Jordin Miranda Castillo cause of death

“Jordin was an incredible young woman who had her whole life ahead of her,” her aunt Mercedes Castillo told reporters. “Not only that, she was an incredible, incredible mother who did everything she could to protect Malia even in the last moment of her life.” “We will make sure this monster pays for what he did,” she said.

Jordin was pronounced dead at the hospital. The other two shooting victims remain in stable condition, police say. According to a GoFundMe launched to offset Jordin’s funeral costs, prior to her death, her family alleges that her ex “harassed and stalked” her, the fundraiser’s description reads. Police allegedly had a history of domestic violence between the suspect and the victim.


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