On December 22, 1987, in Puerto Rico, USA, a teenage boy named Belford Ramirez Garcia was born. He passed away there on March 18, 2007. The main topics of this article are Belford Ramirez Garcia and what happened to him.
Belford Ramirez Garcia, a Cabo Rojo resident, was 19 years old. Belford Rafael Ramrez Garcia, a young college student studying accounting, was brutally murdered in the parking lot of a fast-food restaurant a short distance from the Mayagüez University Campus (RUM), where the crime took place. In record speed, the Mayagüez prosecutor’s office and the Homicide Division provided clarification.
An injury to the neck that Belford Ramirez Garcia sustained resulted in his immediate death. He was the grandson and son of two Belford Ramrez merchants from Caborrojeos, one of them was retired and the other was a doctor and rancher.
The inquiry found that when he and several companions were enjoying a meal at the Burger King in Mayagüez’s Barcelona neighborhood, some Mozal bêtes started to disturb them and make comments about the ladies.
A few minutes before 3 a.m. on Sunday, Belford Ramrez Garcia completed his meal and one of them approached him, inviting him to engage in combat in the establishment’s parking lot. The perpetrator then took a knife from his pocket and cut the victim in the neck before escaping on a motorcycle. The Belford Ramrez Garcia’s killer, who was detained as a suspect on Sunday afternoon, was recognized by Belford Ramrez Garcia’s acquaintances from the fast-food restaurant’s surveillance footage, which was examined by Agent Oscar Vargas and Sgt. Joel Gonzalez of the Homicide Unit.
Yesterday around midday, in the midst of a heated exchange, Belford Ramrez Garcia’s acquaintances nominated 33-year-old Rafael Soto Román, also known as Rafy the Barber, as the accused killer. He lives close by in Mayagüez’s Ro Hondo area and is now on federal probation for drug trafficking.
In a Mayagüez shopping mall, Soto Román worked as a barber. Five or six of the young guys who were with Ramrez recognized Soto Román as the person who fatally stabbed the victim who was bleeding beside the servicers of the fast-food establishment. Soto Román was equipped with what is believed to be a barber’s knife.
After the incident
Charges against Soto Román for first-degree murder and violating the Arms Law were to be brought, under prosecutor José Giraud’s directive. Judge Emilio Mulero, who presided over his case, set him bail at $1 million once it was presented before him. He was told to go to the Las Cucharas jail in Ponce because he was unable to lend it.
On April 9, the preliminary hearing was supposed to take place. While this was happening, a large crowd of Cabo Rojo residents gathered at the home of his paternal grandpa, Belford Ramirez, to express their sorrow for the heinous murder of his grandson.
The deceased young man’s father, Belford Ramirez Montalvo, had little comfort to offer. At the Santa Ana Funeral Home in Cabo Rojo, he was getting ready for the wake before being cremated. The deceased teen’s father claimed that while his son was a wonderful guy, a vicious, despicable individual came and killed him.
The only thing Belford Rafael Ramrez Garcia could say to his little friends was before he took his last breath was to take him to the hospital and then immediately, he died. This his heartbroken father said.
Belford Rafael Ramrez Garcia was loved by every single person who knew him. But due to some psychopathy and sociopathy, he is no more in this beautiful world. His family misses him every single day. He passed away in Puerto Rico on March 18, 2007 in the United States. In Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico’s Los Robles Memorial Park is where Belford is laid to rest.