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A man will spend the rest of his life in prison for murdering five people in the San Luis Valley area of Colorado in 2020.

Adre Baroz, 29, was sentenced to life in prison Friday for crimes he pleaded guilty to earlier this year, which include five counts of first-degree murder and five counts of tampering with a deceased human body. The other charges are as follows:

One count of first-degree assault with a deadly weapon
One count of second-degree kidnapping
One count of second-degree assault with deadly weapon.

Baroz, who was given the nickname “Psycho,” dumped his victims’ bodies near the New Mexico border after killing them, prosecutors said. He’s also said to have burned their bodies in a pit in a remote area in Los Sauces, which is a small community located south of Alamosa.


His victims were Korina Arroyo, 31, of Monte Vista; Selena Esquibel, 19, of Alamosa; Xavier Zeven Garcia, 24, of Saguache; Myron Martinez, 31, of Del Norte and Shayla Hammel, 34, of Alamosa.

Baroz committed the murders between Aug. 25 and Nov. 13, 2020, as reported by the Denver Gazette. He was arrested in New Mexico in November 2020.

Adre Baroz’s codefendants, 41-year-old Francisco “Pancho” Ramirez and 33-year-old Julius Baroz, also pleaded guilty in connection to the murders. Julius Baroz pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit murder, and Ramirez pleaded guilty to three counts of tampering with a deceased human body.

—Colorado Times

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