The latest post about Lilly's disappearance and the Miami Dade Police Department by Susan Murphy Milano on War on Crime.
Today, a meeting took place with Detective Mancha, Miami Police Department who is assigned to the missing person case of Lilly Aramburo.
I mean no respect to the men and women with the Miami Police Department who work around the clock to fight and solve crime on the street of Miami. I decided to post a memo regarding Lilly Aramburo.
TO: Detective A mancha:
FROM: Susan Murphy Milano
RE: Lilly Aramburo
Allow me to assist you in your job pertaining to the investigation into the disappearance of
Lilly, a woman and mother, who did not just "vanish" !
In your meeting today with Lilly's family you stated the need for the vehicle identification number for the 2005 Black SUV Escalade owned by one Christian Pacheco. I believe that is your responsibility to contact the Florida departments of motor vehicles and obtain that number. Or obtain the various traffic violations of Christian Pacheco between November of 2006 through May of 2007 and it will provide you with that vehicle number.
Or you can check the following vehicle tags here are the numbers:
Florida Tag # TZ192G
Florida Tag # 45988L
One of the above vehicle tags will provide you with the vin number you need.
The 2005 Escalade also had a GPS system in the car. With the vin number you can contact the folks at Onstar and have them trace the last known area this car was in. And just maybe you will find it and locate Lilly Aramburo. Records indicate Christen Pacheco did not total his SUV. He did not make an insurance claim on this vehicle. He left shortly after
filling a missing persons report that sat on someone's desk. A few days later he told people he was in an accident and totaled the car. Totally false!
Charge card records between 5/2/07 through 6/11/07 may provide important information.
The charge card records will help you with the time line.
In addition, the couple filed for a marriage license on 4/25/2007. Christen Pacheco was the last person to see Lilly Aramburo alive. Perhaps go to a judge and obtain a search warrant at head over to Christen Pacheco's residence and you just might find important blood evidence on the carpet and in various spots throughout the condo. Lilly's blood type can be checked against hospital records and records from St. Luke's rehab center.
I am available to assist you any way possible. There are red flags all over this case. And they point in only one single direction. My email address is email@example.com
Folks we need your assistance Miami Police Department appears busy these days taping episodes for the crime show the first "48". This case is not that cold to investigate and make an arrest.
Please help us by emailing the following folks in outrage for not investigating the death of Lilly Aramburo.
firstname.lastname@example.org Chief of Police Miami His telephone number is 1-305-603-6100
email@example.com Detective on the case
Media Folks to Email:
WBZL 39 - MiamiWB affiliate.http://www.wb39.com/
WTVJ 6 - MiamiNBC affiliate.http://www.nbc6.net/
WFOR 4 - MiamiCBS affiliate.http://www.wfor.com/
WSCV 51 - HialeahTelemundo affiliate.http://www.wscv.com/
WBFS 33 - MiamiUPN affiliate.http:/www.upn33.com/
WSVN 7 - MiamiFox affiliate.http://www.wsvn.com/
Labels: crime, Florida, justice in miami, Lilly Aramburo, Lucely Aramburo, MDPD, Miami, missing adult, missing mother, missing person, susan murphy milano