Toledo man chopped to death; his brother and brother-in-law detained for questioning
Over the weekend, a Toledo man was chopped to death; and the police believe his brother and brother-in-law are behind the gruesome murder. On Saturday morning, 30-year-old Pablo Coc’s dead body was found on a picado road in San Isidro Village. Coc was discovered in a pool of blood with multiple chop and stab wounds across his body. Around 4:45 that morning, Coc and his brother left their home to wait for a bus to travel to a construction site in Santa Cruz. However, only the deceased’s brother made it to work that morning. Investigators believe that Coc’s death is connected to an incident last year where he was charged with chopping his brother-in-law. Assistant Superintendent of Police, Fitzroy Yearwood, explained that since then Coc had been receiving death threats from his brother-in-law.
ASP. Fitzroy Yearwood, Police Department Press Officer: “The investigation revealed that sometime around 4:45 A.M. the deceased and his brother left home en route to catch a passenger bus. They were on their way to work, a construction site located in Santa Cruz Village but unfortunately they were approached by a person that the police believe Mr.Coc had another incident with in December of last year actually and we know that we have two person detained right now in connection with this incident. As soon as we have enough evidence to levy any charges then we will inform you.”