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Armando Cruz Charged in 2020 CA Murder of Patricia Alatorre.
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    Armando Cruz Charged in 2020 CA Murder of Patricia Alatorre.

    Inglewood man arrested for murder, sexual assault charges in missing 13-year-old girl case

    BAKERSFIELD, Calif. The Bakersfield Police Department booked an Inglewood man Sunday night for murder and sexual assault charges in the case of a missing 13-year-old girl from Bakersfield.

    Further investigation led police to detain 24-year-old Armando Cruz of Inglewood, California for his involvement in the disappearance of Patricia Alatorre, who went missing July 1 at 11:30 p.m.

    The 13-year-old girl went missing in the area of Hosking Ave. and Wible Road, and according to police, Cruz is the owner of a white, older model pick-up last seen leaving the area at the same time and location Alatorre was last seen.

    BPD Detectives located and seized the vehicle and detained Cruz for further questioning in his involvement in Alatorre's disappearance.

    Cruz, was then arrested, just hours after being detained.

    Cruz faces 18 felonies and one misdemeanor. The charges include first-degree murder and sexual assault.

    This is a developing story. We will continue to update it as we learn more details.

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    Man accused of killing 13-year-old met her on social media, strangled her as he raped her and set her body on fire: report

    An Inglewood man accused of killing a 13-year-old Bakersfield girl convinced her to send him naked photos and meet up with him, raped and strangled her and set her on fire, according to a newly released court document.

    Armando Cruz, 24, could potentially face the death penalty if found guilty of murder with special circumstances and multiple other charges filed against him in the death of 13-year-old Patricia Alatorre.

    Police have said Alatorre was seen on surveillance video July 4 getting into a white pickup. The truck was found the next day in Inglewood, and Cruz was taken into custody.

    The document says Cruz convinced Alatorre to send him 20 naked images of herself, and he sent her a nude photo of himself. He convinced her to meet with him on two occasions to engage in sex acts despite knowing she was 13, and he traveled from Los Angeles to Bakersfield for the encounters, according to the report.

    On the first occasion, they engaged in a sex act, the document says. On the second occasion, he drove her around the block against her will as she screamed then forced her to engaged in sex acts with him as he held her down, the document says.

    Cruz strangled Alatorre as she continued to struggle and scream, according to the document.

    Believing she was still alive, he bound her arms with duct tape that he brought with him, forced material in her mouth, and covered her mouth and nose with duct tape with the intention of killing her, so he would not get in trouble, the document says.

    Cruz then poured lighter fluid on Alatorres body and set her on fire, according to the report.

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    Man arrested in death of Patricia Alatorre described her killing in detail, gave locations of where he left her body and cellphone: reports

    By Jason Kowtowski
    KGET News

    BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) An Inglewood man who could face the death penalty in connection with the death of a 13-year-old Bakersfield girl told investigators in graphic detail how he killed the victim, where he dumped her body and also the location where he threw her cellphone outside his truck as he traveled on Highway 99 back to the Los Angeles area, according to newly released court documents.

    Armando Cruz, 24, said he left the body of Patricia Alatorre wrapped in a red sleeping bag behind a large construction vehicle in the area of Aviation Boulevard and West 118th Street in Inglewood, the documents say. Investigators learned the body of an unidentified female had been found there the night of July 3, and the details from the crime scene were extremely similar to what detectives had learned from Cruz.

    Cruz and Alatorre connected on social media, he told detectives, and he said he killed her when she screamed and resisted as he sexually assaulted her. He said he twice drove to Bakersfield to meet with her.

    Alatorre was initially reported as a runaway on July 2. She was last seen by her siblings around 11:30 p.m. on July 1 when she said she was going to bed, her mother told police.

    Her mother said she went to Alatorres bedroom the next morning to wake her up but her daughter wasnt there, the documents say. There were clothing items and pillows placed under a bed sheet in what the mother believed may have been an attempt to make it look like Alatorre was asleep under the covers. She told police she tried calling her daughter but the calls went straight to voicemail. A neighbors Ring doorbell camera captured Alatorre entering a white pickup.

    Conversations were found on Alatorres Instagram account between her and a man later identified as Cruz. During their online conversation, Cruz offered to pay her for sex acts and threatened to leak inappropriate photos of Alatorre online unless she replied to him, according to the documents.

    Advised of the investigation, Los Angeles police tracked Cruz to a studio apartment in Inglewood. A white pickup registered in Cruzs name and matching the description of the suspect vehicle was parked near the apartment.

    Detained for questioning, Cruz described communicating with Alatorre through Instagram and twice driving to Bakersfield to meet her, according to the documents. He described in detail how he killed her and where he left her body.

    Cruz told detectives that as he drove back to Inglewood he stopped in the center divider of southbound Highway 99 at the interchange with Herring Road and threw Alatorres cellphone in bushes along the roadway. Police say in the documents a cellphone was found in that area.

    Cruz has pleaded not guilty to a dozen felonies including first-degree murder, kidnapping and rape. Hes next due in court Sept. 2.

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