Third Suspect Identified in Dale City Homicide
The victim was left in a Dale City roadway on Jan. 15.
Detectives in the Violent Crimes Bureau have identified the third suspect in the Jan. 15 Dale City homicide case in which a man's body was left in a Dale City roadway, Prince William County police spokesperson Jonathan Perok said.
Douglas Hernandez is wanted for the charge of first degree murder. Police have already arrested and charged Juan Carlos Flores and Jose Miguel Diaz in the death. Diaz owned the van that was allegedly used to dump the victim.
The body of Barbaro Lupe Alonso-Irahola, 47, of no fixed address, was found in a Dale City neighborhood. The victim sustained trauma to his face from a blunt object and a knife, according to police.
"The accused, Hernandez, is believed to be the second man that was with Diaz when the victim was left in the roadway. A warrant has been obtained against Hernandez," Perok said.
Hernandez, mid-20s, is described as a 5-foot-7 Hispanic male, thin build, weighing about 160 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. His photo to the right is from 2010. His last known address is 3694 Delmar Drive.
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