Leslie Garcia-Juarez is a sixteen year old girl from Georgia who has been charged with two murders that occurred a year apart. Now it is rare for a teen girl to kill someone but being charged with two separate murders a year apart puts Leslie Garcia-Juarez in her own category. According to police Leslie Garcia-Juarez was charged with felony murder in the shooting death of Adaph Aimable.
Leslie Garcia-Juarez was arrested and being held in the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice when she was charged with yet another murder that took place a year earlier where she has been accused of the shooting death of Osiel Montano who was found dead in an abandoned building shot in the head. Leslie Garcia-Juarez has been charged as an adult in both murders and if convicted faces life in prison without parole. Due to her age at the time of the murders she is not eligible for the death penalty
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A teenage girl has been charged with two separate murders almost a year apart in Gwinnett County.
Leslie Garcia-Juarez, 16, of Norcross, has been in the custody of the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice, Regional Youth Detention Center in Gainesville since the end of last year charged with aggravated assault and felony murder in connection to the murder of a 22-year-old Duluth resident Adaph Aimable
Gwinnett County police said Aimable was found shot inside an apartment in the 4300 block of Satellite Boulevard on the morning of Dec. 29. Aimable was rushed to the hospital but later died.
Leslie Garcia-Juarez was arrested two days later.
On Monday, Leslie Garcia-Juarez was charged with felony murder and aggravated assault in a separate case that happened almost a year to the day earlier and less than four miles away at a Norcross apartment.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said the body of Osiel Montano, 19, of Norcross, had been found in an abandoned apartment at the Spring Lake Apartment complex located at 100 Chase Common Drive on Dec. 30, 2019. Investigators said Montano suffered from a single gunshot wound to the head.
The Norcross Police Department requested the help of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
After a lengthy investigation, the GBI was able to link Garcia-Juarez to crime. She is being charged as an adult in both cases.