Woman Told Husband Someone Was Following Her, Then She Was Killed — as Persons of Interest Revealed

On April 11, Katherine Altagracia Guerrero de Aguasvivas was found dead in her Dodge Durango that had been set on fire

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Katherine Altagracia Guerrero De Aguasvivas, left, and Jordanish Torres-Garcia

A Florida woman was carjacked at gunpoint in broad daylight shortly before she was found dead in her burning SUV — and now police have named two persons of interest in connection with the perplexing case.

On April 11, at about 4 p.m., Katherine Altagracia Guerrero de Aguasvivas, 31, was driving north from Homestead, where she lived with her husband, Miguel, when she called him from Winter Springs in Seminole County to tell him she was being followed, Lemma said.

A green Acura had been driving behind her, ramming her SUV while she was driving toward the intersection of East Lake Drive and Tuskawilla Road, Lemma said.

Her husband told her not to stop, Lemma said. But he didn’t call 911 and neither did she, Lemma said.

Moments later, in a shocking turn of events, a man wearing a black mask and wielding a gun emerged from the Acura in broad daylight, Lemma said.

In video footage taken by an eyewitness, the man can be seen approaching the driver’s side of the woman’s car when she stopped at a red light at the intersection, pointing the gun at the window and presumably ordering her to let him in, Lemma said.

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The man can be seen getting into the back of her white Dodge Durango SUV, which makes a U-turn on the highway when the light turns green. The Acura can be seen following the SUV.

The SUV then turned around again and headed southbound, Lemma said. An eyewitness called police about the carjacking incident moments after it took place, Lemma said.

“This is a complicated investigation that has twists and turns,” Seminole County Sheriff Dennis Lemma said at a press conference on April 12.

“When you look at this thing, it’s right out of a television show,” Lemma added.

An hour and 45 minutes later, authorities received a 911 call about a car burning in Osceola County.

There Seminole sheriff’s deputies found Aguasvivas's body inside the Dodge Durango, which had been set on fire, he said.

“There’s a lot of unknowns, a lot of things that will leave people scratching their head, and I think the biggest is why?” Lemma said, ClickOrlando reports. “This isn’t a random incident.”

Brother and Husband Have Spoken with Police

Aguasvivas' husband is not considered a suspect or person of interest, Lemma said. But he noted that authorities "thought there were a lot of details he was leaving out.”

Her husband told authorities his wife was heading north to visit family on April 11. However, at Friday’s press conference, Lemma said law enforcement located at least two of her family members who live in that area, “but neither one expected a visit from Katherine at the time.”

He also said that communication with her brother Luis “was less than forthcoming.”

Luis told police he had conducted “his own individual investigation” and called the person his sister had last spoken to by phone before she was killed, Lemma said.

That person, identified as Giovany Crespo Hernandez, 27, told Luis that “Katherine was up here to deliver money and other stuff for a friend,” Lemma alleged at an April 19 press conference.

Investigation Continues

Authorities executed a search warrant at Hernandez's home and allegedly found fentanyl and a gun that is not related to this crime, Lemma said. Police are actively searching for Hernandez, who is a person of interest in Aguasvivas' case, WESH reports.

A second person of interest, Jordanish Torres-Garcia, 28, was also arrested on unrelated charges, Lemma said.

Authorities say they believe Torres-Garcia is the person who bought the green Acura that rammed into Aguasvivas. In his profile picture on Facebook, he is wearing the same clothes as the man who allegedly held up Aguasvivas at gunpoint, Lemma said.

Police are also investigating the April 10 shooting death of a tow truck driver who had towed the green Acura on March 19, Lemma said.

"It's either connected or it's a heck of a coincidence," Lemma said at an April 16 press conference.

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