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Florida man charged with ‘demonic’ homicide of Uber Eats driver who was dismembered after delivering meals

An Uber Eats driver was dismembered after a “demonic” homicide whereas delivering meals, authorities have stated.

Oscar Solis Jr is accused of killing the driving force throughout a supply to his residence in Pasco County in Florida.

The sufferer’s stays had been present in Solis’s home in bin baggage and a cooler, which additionally contained a receipt with the suspect’s title on it, police paperwork say.

Pasco County sheriff Chris Nocco stated: “This was a horrific crime of passion. This was demonic. What he did was demonic.”

Solis faces fees of homicide whereas engaged in a theft, failure to register as a convicted felon and for a parole violation, jail information present.

He moved to Florida three months in the past after serving 4 years in an Indiana jail for an assault and housebreaking conviction.

A mugshot exhibits Solis’s face coated with tattoos and Mr Nocco stated he was affiliated in Indiana with the violent MS-13 gang.

In Florida, the 6ft4, 22-stone Solis labored in safety at a strip membership, in accordance with the police papers.

Evidence collected within the case contains blood present in varied locations round the home and a key fob belonging to the sufferer that was discovered on Solis’s dresser, on high of his pockets.

The sufferer – who has not been named – was reported lacking by his spouse after he didn’t return residence from his Uber Eats deliveries.

Uber informed investigators the driving force’s final reported location was at Solis’s residence.

The sufferer’s automotive was discovered deserted a brief distance away, and inside had been a bin bag containing blood-soaked rags and towels, a meals supply bag like one the sufferer carried and an employment card with Solis’s title on it, in accordance with police paperwork.

Investigators additionally obtained CCTV from the home displaying the sufferer making the meals supply and two males later carrying heavy bin baggage outdoors.

The second man, who labored as a driver for Solis, has not been charged.

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