Friday, October 25, 2013

Dad "person of interest" in murders of two children, wife; judge had denied her order of protection (Deltona, Florida)

OF COURSE the abuser dad-friendly judge who DENIED the mother an order of protection is not named. 

In Florida, you can threaten to "hurt" a woman, take her kids away from her, lock up in jail for no reason and that's perfectly okay. As a judge, you can not only refuse to arrest this guy, you don't even have to tell him to stay away from the victim. All legit, ya know?

Now two children and their mother are dead thanks to the freaking judge. You have blood on your hands. 

All these are actions are the typical moves of escalating abuse. And notice that custody threats are the same thing to these guys as physical threats. But Fathers Rights rules in Florida, so you get what you pay for.

Dad is identified as LUIS TOLEDO. 

An anonymous tipster tells me the judge is TERENCE R. PERKINS. 

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/local/breakingnews/os-missing-mom-children-suarez-20131025,0,427703.story

Missing Deltona mom, 2 children dead, authorities say

Yessenia Suarez, her 2 children went missing after husband slapped her in argument

By Arelis R. Hern√°ndez, Desiree Stennett and Susan Jacobson, Orlando Sentinel October 25, 2013

A missing Deltona mother and her children are dead.

Yessenia Suarez, 28, Thalia Otto, 9, and Michael Otto, 8, were last seen Tuesday, the same day that Suarez's husband was accused of slapping her during an argument at her workplace in Lake Mary. 

"They found them dead. The boy. The girl. All three, they're dead," a woman sobbed as she ran into the arms of other mourners in the driveway of Suarez's parents' home in Deltona.

However, deputies would not reveal how they learned that the mother and children had died, saying they didn't want to share any information that might jeopardize their investigation.

A sheriff's spokesman said Thursday evening that deputies were still searching for the bodies.

"It's a very sensitive investigation," sheriff's spokesman Brandon Haught said. "We've been following leads wherever they may take us."

Relatives and friends shuffled in and out of the house on Paddington Place, pressing cellphones to their faces to inform others of the tragedy. Some spoke in whispers. Others wailed.

Suarez's husband, Luis Toledo, 31, was arrested Wednesday on a domestic-violence battery charge. Toledo became upset about text messages that he found on Suarez's phone and went to her office Tuesday at American K-9 Detection Services on Primera Boulevard to tell a manager about "her indiscretions," an arrest report states.

He got into an argument with Suarez and slapped her, leaving a red mark on her cheek, according to the report.

That was the last time anyone at work saw Suarez, a company spokesman said.

Deputies called Toledo a "person of interest" in the deaths and were interviewing him. He acknowledged arguing with his wife but denied hitting her, deputies said.

Suarez's family told investigators that she and her husband had been talking about separating. Records show they were married on New Year's Day 2011.

Toledo's sister-in-law, Kimberly LaSanta, sought a domestic-violence injunction against Toledo last year after he sent more than 50 threatening text and voicemail messages to her in two days, according to court records.

Lasanta had just served Toledo's brother with divorce papers when she began receiving the threats, according to her court petition.

"He has threatened to take my kids, send someone to come in my house and hurt me," LaSanta wrote. "He threatened to put me in jail and hurt me. I have saved all 54 text messages for the judge to see. I am in fear of this man." 

A judge rejected her request.

Earlier Thursday, Suarez's stepfather, Ruben Perez, told reporters at his home that he had not seen his daughter or her children since Tuesday. Deputies began looking for the mother and children after relatives raised alarm at not hearing from Suarez.

"She wouldn't just take off like that," Perez said.

His wife, Felicita Perez, was in tears. "My heart is broken," she said.

The parents would not comment after the Sheriff's Office announced the deaths.