Berenice Jaramillo-Hernandez Biography
26-year-old Berenice Jaramillo-Hernandez allegedly stabbed their children, 5-year-old Mateo Miranda Jaramillo and 6-year-old Katherine Miranda Jaramillo, on Friday and then pierced her own neck. He was later hospitalized with severe injuries and taken to Hall County Prison on Sunday, December 13th. He was charged with murder after he was released from the medical facility, according to police testimony.
For the alleged murder, Hernandez will face two crimes, each of them grave murder, malicious murder and aggravated assault. According to a report published by The Gainesville Times, local police responded to a report that a woman cut herself at her home in northeastern Hall County at around 2 pm on December 11. The Police Department found that Hernandez was seriously injured when he was two persons. the children were dead. Investigators claimed that he killed them and then turned the knife to him.
White Sulfur Primary School broadcasts a message to the family of the deceased children, saying, “We are deeply saddened to report that two of our esteemed students died unexpectedly this afternoon. As the school and society, our hearts are broken, our thoughts and prayers are going to the family.”
Hall County Schools spokesperson Stan Lewis stated that they have extra staff trained in grief counseling to assist students and staff. “As you can imagine, this affected White Sulfur and society a lot,” Lewis said.
Vanesa Sarazua, Executive Director of Hispanic Alliance-GA, said the organization has helped the family with daily food donations over the past year. “We’ve always tried to connect her to local resources and give her the basic needs she might have for her children,” she said, describing the situation as “very tragic”. The reason behind the brutal massacre has not yet been revealed. researchers.