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San Diego County man allegedly offered $3,000 to have daughter's boyfriend killed

342413840-25153159 San Diego County police have arrested a man accused of trying to hire someone to kill his daughter's boyfriend.

Police detectives arrested Domingos Oliveira, 50 of Spring Valley, after serving a search warrant at his home, authorities said. He was booked on suspicion of solicitation for murder, according to a La Mesa police statement.

The statement added that Oliviera "allegedly made a “Reward” poster with a photo and name of the daughter’s boyfriend, a 33-year-old sex registrant, and offering to pay anyone $3,000 “for the body (of the boyfriend)…dead or alive.”

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The man was booked into the San Diego County Jail.

Anyone with more information is urged to call La Mesa police at (888) 580-TIPS.

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Top photo: The 'reward' poster Domingos Oliveira allegedly made. Bottom photo: Domingos Oliveira. Credit: La Mesa Police Department.

 
Comments () | Archives (13)

Is this a picture of the father or the pervert?

"Writer" of this column. See your first paragraph. Which is it, a boyfriend or a girlfriend?

I guess newspapers can't afford proofreaders any longer.

Not the brightest bulb in the vanity.

More of that "vibrant" culture from South of the Border that the LA Times constantly harps on and on about?

The guys messed up, seriously. You don't kill people.


That said, how old is the daughter?
I thibk any parent would be concerned about their daughter having a registered sex offender as a boyfriend.

What is a "sex registrant"?

Though misguided, who can blame a dad for trying to protect his daughter?

$3000 for a hit on sex offender? I'd do the job for a Klondike Bar...

The boyfriend is a sex offender,enough said.

This has to be Rizzo's brother lol

And the DA thinks that she'll get a conviction??????

Ok had he suceeded one less pediphile to worry about who cares free this man already

He should have just asked the boyfriend how much money he would take to dump his daughter and not come back. I bet he could have managed that for half the price and no attempted murder episodes. Easy peasy.


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