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Case: Quadruple Homicide at Marijuana Grow House
Case Number: 05-21468
Victim Details
ABRIL, Marib...
Victim Details
Victim Details
GARCIA, Cesa...
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PINO, Ariel...
Victim Name: ABRIL, Maribel
Race: White/Caucasion Age: 41
Sex: Female Height: Not Specified
Eye Color: Brown Weight: Not Specified
Hair Color: Brown
Last Address: Randall Boulevard, Naples, FL
Scars, Marks, Tattoos: Not Specified
Occupation: Not Specified
#1 of 4 victims  
Case Information
Date and Location Found:  06/26/2005
Randall Boulevard
Vehicle Information:
Not Specified
Additional Case Information:
Quadruple Homicide at Marijuana Grow House

On Sunday June 26, 2005 at approximately 3:00am, the Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call from victim Cesar Garcia’s girlfriend. She said she was at a house on Randall Boulevard and there were four dead people inside the home. Cesar’s girlfriend told detectives that she and Cesar’s brother drove over from the Dade County area looking for Cesar. She stated they came to check on him after he didn’t come home on the 25th and he stopped answering phone calls.

Inside the home detectives found Maribel Abril and Rodolfo Delgado shot to death in one section of the house, and Cesar Garcia and Ariel Pino shot to death in another section. Detectives recovered 104 marijuana plants which had recently been harvested, however the cuttings from the plants were missing. Total value of the plants was $104,000.00, plus $10,000.00 worth of drug-growing equipment.

Maribel Abril and Rodolfo Delgado previously lived in Dade County and moved to Collier County in February in 2005 renting the house on Randall Boulevard. Cesar Garcia and Ariel Pino both had Dade County addresses at the time of their death.

Detectives believe the homicides took place between Saturday June 25th 7:30am and 3:00am Sunday June 26th, 2005.
Victim Photos
Maribel Abril
Rodolfo Miguel Delgado
Cesar Garcia
Ariel Pino
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