SADISTIC RAPIST BEATEN TO DEATH WITH BASEBALL BAT
#6 Homicide ~ Sudden Death 220 North May Street
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ June 17, 2022 (LSNews) High risk lifetime Sex Offender ALAN CORY ESQUEGA has died of the result of injuries he sustained during a baseball bat beating on May 31,2022.
It’s alleged that on Tuesday May 31,2022 at 7:45pm that Thunder Bay Police were called to a violent assault in the 200 block of May Street North.
It’s alleged that Melissa Kakepetum owed money on a drug debt that she did not pay and a black male beat her boyfriend, High Risk Sex Offender, 34 year old ALAN CORY ESQUEGA with a baseball bat.
ESQUEGA was taken to Thunder Bay Hospital and placed in Intensive Care where he died from his injuries on June 12,2022
Thunder Bay Police Officers located and arrested the suspect RAEJON RAHEEM JOHNSON on Thursday June 2,2022
Provincial Crown Attorney Rob Kozak conceded at the bail hearing that Defence Attorney Richard Garrett did an outstanding job in presenting an acceptable bail plan at his hearing today, Wednesday, June 8,2022
JOHNSON was ordered released by Justice of the Peace Tobey Meyers on $1000 no deposit bail with conditions:
-reside with his mother/surety Bridgette James at her home on St. Paul Ave in Brantford, Ontario
- -leave Thunder Bay within 48 hours
- -no weapons
- -do not attend Thunder Bay except for court
- -no contact with Alan Esquega or Melissa Kakepetum
JOHNSON was arrested again in Brantford, Ontario today, Friday June 17,2022 by Brantford Police and is being charged with Second Degree Murder.
ALAN CORY ESQUEGA was a high risk lifetime Sex Offender who was convicted in 2009 of a sadistic rape on an 87 year old woman.
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