When Pablo Torrealba found out that his daughter, Jaclyn Elisse Torrealba, had been killed in what he calls an "incomprehensible act of violence," he took to facebook.com to relate the news and express his gratitude for all the many who had sent their condolences. The result is a hard-to-read goodbye from a loving father to his young daughter. The full text follows: Dear family and friends,I am writing to all of you today with immeasurable pain and anguish, as I inform you of the tragic...Read Full Story
Jaclyn Elisse Torrealba, 18, was found dead in her boyfriend's car Sunday after the Miami nightclub DJ pulled into a police station Sunday with the apparent intention of confessing to her murder. Juan Carlos Portieles, aka DJ Seasunz, arrived at the police station at 7 p.m. Sunday after Torrealba went missing at about 2 a.m. the night before from a Miami nightclub. Police reported Monday that Portieles, 30, told authorities that Torrealba's body was in the passenger seat of his gray...Read Full Story
Jaclyn Elisse Torrealba, 18, went missing from a Miami dance club at about 2 a.m. Saturday night/Sunday morning. At 7 p.m. Sunday, her boyfriend, a nightclub DJ named Juan Carlos Portieles, pulled up to the local police station in his gray Toyota Camry and turned himself into police, informing them that Torrealba's body was in the passenger seat of his car. After 15 hours of interrogation, police charged Portieles, who goes by DJ Seasunz, with Torrealba's murder on October 12, 2009...Read Full Story
Jaclyn Elisse Torrealba was an 18-year-old Miami murder victim who was found dead in her boyfriend's car in October 2009. Her accused killer is Juan Carlos Portieles, a nightclub disc jockey known as DJ Seasunz.