Valerie Martinez Death – Valerie Martinez Obituary – Passed Away

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Valerie Martinez DeathDied: The Visalia man reprimanded for killing his significant other last October had his starter hearing on Wednesday.

Anthony Martin is blamed for the manslaughter of 21-year-old Valerie Martinez on October 5, 2019.

On the witness stand, Visalia Police Detective Bryan Somovia portrayed a conversation he had with a buddy of Valerie Martinez after her passing.

The partner said she had taken an early morning call from Martinez the day going before.

Martinez, who was crying and insane, told the friend that she just headed out in different directions with her lover, Anthony Martin after he stifled her.

Before he went out, she said she gave him his AR-15 rifle back.

Martinez continued bantering with the friend as she went to Martin’s grandparent’s home to drop off a more prominent measure of his things.

Regardless, the partner heard Martinez say that she thought Martin was following her in his vehicle. Against the guidance of her friend, Martinez drove home.

Once there, the buddy heard Martinez asking Martin what he was doing and mentioning him to put the weapon down.

Analysts say Martin released four shots at Martinez, one striking her in the neck, another in the leg.

She kicked the basin in the front entrance of her home.

“It’s hard to see the person who eliminated an especially awesome life from us,” said Martinez’s sister, Vanessa Gonzalez.

Hours after the shooting, police caught Martin near the Tulare County Library in Downtown Visalia and found two shell lodgings in his vehicle.

They also got a court request for his amassing unit, where they found a locally developed AR-15, ammunition, and magazines.

Martin’s defence attorney said Wednesday that shot openings and strike marks found at the home show Martin was going after the ground, not deliberately beginning to take shots at his darling.

Regardless, the selected authority controlled there was adequate confirmation to hold Martin on murder claims.

As the case pushes ahead, Martinez’s family says they will continue being a voice for her and all overcomers of local abuse.

“Benevolently contact anybody and get the help that is required,” Gonzalez said. “Do whatever it takes not to feel stuck. I needn’t bother with this to happen to another family.”

Martin, 21, will be back in court on November twelfth. He faces life in prison at whatever point arraigned.

On the off chance that you are the overcomer of local abuse, or you know someone who is, there is help open throughout the day, consistently. In Fresno County, call the Marjaree Mason Center at (559) 233-4357. Through and through various regions, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at (800) 799-7233.

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