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Posted: 11/3/2009 2:35:28 AM EST
[Last Edit: 11/3/2009 2:37:26 AM EST by Ares337]
This happened in my hometown and is a very uncommon occurance. In the 23 years I've been alive there have only been two murders (I'm sure others can boast less) but based on current statistics thats rather low. This woman had a PFA (protection from abuse) on her estranged killer, all the more reasons to be armed. That piece of paper sure did stop him from killing her. This guy has also been arrested multiple times, mainly drugs from what I've been told.

ETA: Cleaned up coding


Originally posted by http://www.kwch.com/Global/story.asp?S=11429794:
Post: Monday, November 2, 2009 6:12 PM EST

Victim Had Restraining Order Against Accused Killer

Armando Mosqueda
Jeannie Jacobsen
By Denise Hnytka (LYONS, Kan.)

Court documents show a woman killed over the weekend was afraid of the man now charged in her death.

Armando Mosqueda is charged with first degree murder.

Eyewitness News went looking for more information on him and found that Jeannie Jacobsen asked for a restraining order against him just last week.

Jacobsen was found dead in her Lyons home Sunday morning. Mosqueda was arrested near Houston later that night.

The crime scene is still surrounded by police tape, and the investigation is far from over. Still, police say they knew exactly who to look for when 31-year-old Jacobsen was found dead in her home.

"We knew what was going on there," said Chief Chris Detmer, Lyons police. "She called and said that he bothering her."

Even neighbors knew there was trouble. Michael Latiolais last saw Jacobsen on Saturday at a Halloween event. Later that night friends took a photo of her at a party, where she was dressed as an angel.

"The other neighbors were asked to watch the house in case he came by," said Michael Latiolais, who lives across the street from Jacobsen. "But no one thought it would go this far."

In the restraining order, Jacobsen wrote that the abuse started months ago. She accused him of choking her, leaving bruises on her shoulders. She said that he threatened her, saying if he couldn't have her, no one would.

Mosqueda was also convicted of aggravated battery against another woman in 2007.

He now faces a charge of first degree murder in Jacobsen's death. He will be extradited from Texas back to Rice County.
Link Posted: 11/3/2009 2:38:41 AM EST
Restraining orders are merely a paper trail, as this poor woman discovered.
Link Posted: 11/3/2009 2:38:42 AM EST
Now I understand that sometimes women can be a royal pain in the ass but I hope this dude gets the fucking chair.

Link Posted: 11/3/2009 2:42:18 AM EST
Yea, he's an all around piece of shit. I believe both his brothers are in prison for murder also, seems to be a family tradition.
Link Posted: 11/3/2009 2:42:35 AM EST
Give him a fair trial then hang him.
Link Posted: 11/3/2009 10:53:20 PM EST
Holy bumpage batman!
Link Posted: 11/4/2009 9:16:00 AM EST
This happened in my hometown and is a very uncommon occurance.


On the contrary, women with protection orders being killed by estranged boyfriends/husbands is all too common.

Guns protect better than paper.
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