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Screen_Shot_2018-01-03_at_7.43.16_PMAlleged murderer forty-two-year-old Hilmar David Alamilla, was today escorted back into the Orange Walk magistrates court where a preliminary inquiry was to take place for the murder case brought against him following the shooting death of twenty-four-year-old Orange Walkeno Daniel “Danny Boy” Sosa back in July of last year.


Alamilla was arrested and charged on Saturday July 29th for the brutal murder of Sosa, whose body was discovered inside the parking lot of D-Victoria Hotel with a single gun-shot wound to the head. Investigations at the time lead to Alamilla as being one of the last persons to have been seen with Sosa the night before his murder as both men accompanied by two other individuals were seen leaving D Gym Club in Alamilla’s pickup truck, after a night of socializing.  That same truck would later be found by police with a bullet hole clearly visible in the glass window of the passenger seat, leading police to believe that that is where Sosa received the fatal wound.


Alamilla’s case was adjourned until February 13th after his attorney failed to show up this morning in court.

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