カリフ. メキシコで子供を刺して殺害したとして告発されたサーフィンコーチが米国に戻ろうとして逮捕される.

カリフ. メキシコで子供を刺して殺害したとして告発されたサーフィンコーチが米国に戻ろうとして逮捕される.

A California man was taken into custody at the U.S. and Mexico border earlier this week after he was accused of stabbing his two young children to death with a wooden stake.

マシューテイラーコールマン, 40, ran a surfing school in Santa Barbara with his wife, アビー. He was arrested at the border while driving his Mercedes, Mexican officials said in a 記者会見.

His arrest came after the bodies of a 3-year-old boy and an 11-month-old girl were discovered on Monday by a farmworker in the brush in Baja California, a Mexican province about 60 miles south of San Diego. The farmworker saw blood on the ground and his dogs discovered the slain toddlers.

Authorities tell the San Francisco Gate that the girl was stabbed about 12 times and the boy was stabbed 17 タイムズ. A blood-stained wooden stake was found near the bodies.

Police say that Coleman had traveled with the children to Mexico and checked into a hotel room on Saturday. 子供の母親は、夫と子供たちが翌日行方不明になったと報告しました, NS San Diego Union-Tribune レポート.

Mathew Taylor Coleman

Mathew Taylor Coleman
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Investigators believe that Coleman took the children to a ranch in Mexico early Monday morning, 彼らを殺した, 数時間後に彼のホテルに戻りました, according to charging documents obtained by the newspaper.

恐ろしい発見をした後, バハカリフォルニアの国家安全保障および捜査警備隊のエージェントが米国に連絡しました. 当局, 容疑者はおそらく米国に戻るだろうと言った. American border officers stopped him as he approached the San Ysidro Port of Entry. He was arrested at the scene.

Authorities have not released a motive in the alleged murders.

声明の中で, an FBI spokesperson said that there are several agencies working on the case.

A joint investigation is underway among the Santa Barbara Police Department, the FBI in Los Angeles and San Diego, 私たち. Customs and Border Protection and Mexican authorities,” ステートメントは次のようになります. “Currently the adult male is in federal custody and the investigation is continuing.

PEOPLE confirms through online court records that Coleman is being held without bond on two counts of first-degree murder. The records do not reflect an attorney authorized to speak on his behalf, and he has not yet entered a plea.

The children’s bodies will be returned to the United States after the crime scene is processed.