Jacó murder suspect jailed for three months

The man suspected of killing a individual from the Dominican Republic in Jacó has been remanded to three months preventative detention.

The Poder Judicial identified him by the last name of  Bonilla and said he was Colombian. The dead man was identified by the last name of  Santiago.

The men met on the sidewalk in front of a bar early Monday, and  Santiago was shot there. He went to the  Clínica de Jacó and later to Hospital Monseñor Sanabria, where he died.

Bonilla was detained by municipal police a short time after the shooting. No motive has been advanced.

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