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Wife Found Father’s ‘Killer’ Like NYPD Would Not Investigate

A murder suspect was arrested after the victim’s daughter investigated his death and alleged that New York police refused.

76-year-old Jorge Cornejo was found on Jamaica Avenue in Queens with a head injury on June 20 and his daughter, Jennifer Espinal, found out on Father’s Day the following day.

EMT assumed he had suffered the head injury from simply falling.

‘I’m a nurse. I know the difference, ‘said Espinal de New York Daily News. “It was medically wrong.”

Jorge Cornejo, 76, was found on Jamaica Avenue in Queens with a head injury on June 20, and EMTs said they believed the injury was the result of a fall. But his daughter, Jennifer Espinal (right), is a nurse, saying “medically, it was wrong.” He died on June 25

She heard that her father was being randomly attacked by a man outside a supermarket.

She heard that her father was being randomly attacked by a man outside a supermarket.

Espinal collected surveillance photos and video to prove it was a murder and footage showed the suspect walking away.

Espinal collected surveillance photos and video to prove it was a murder and footage showed the suspect walking away.

She heard that her father was being randomly attacked by a man outside a supermarket. Espinal collected surveillance photos and video to prove it was a murder and footage showed the suspect walking away. Suspect Daniel Rodriguez, 45, has been arrested and charged with sexual assault and murder

Cornejo passed away on June 25.

However, Espinal says a Lieutenant of Precinct 103 left it to her to consider whether a crime has taken place.

“He talked to us,” Espinal, 45, said of the officer. “He declined to report and said we should get more evidence.”

Espinal investigated the Jamaica Hills neighborhood where her father was murdered on the corner of 171st Street.

“At three in the morning and eight in the morning, I asked around a bit,” Espinal told NYDN. “He made me a vigilante.”

She heard that her father was being randomly attacked by a man outside a supermarket. Espinal collected surveillance photos and video to prove it was a murder and footage showed the suspect walking away.

Even her brother heard information that Cornejo had been murdered.

Espinal said the precinct 103 police refused to investigate. Espinal investigated the Jamaica Hills neighborhood where her father was murdered on the corner of 171st Street

Espinal said the precinct 103 police refused to investigate. Espinal investigated the Jamaica Hills neighborhood where her father was murdered on the corner of 171st Street

Espinal said the precinct 103 police refused to investigate. Espinal investigated the Jamaica Hills neighborhood where her father was murdered on the corner of 171st Street

“At three in the morning and eight in the morning, I asked around a bit,” Espinal told NYDN. “He made me a vigilante”

“The last thing I imagine every day is how my father lay down, how horribly, how cruelly my father was murdered,” Espinal exclaimed.

“He said, ‘Jen, everyone says the same story when that father was killed,” she recalled ABC 7.

She took the evidence to the police station, but the lieutenant she had originally encountered was not there at the time.

“The only question they asked me was why we hadn’t previously submitted a report,” she told the NYDN.

On Tuesday, June 27, the police released images of the suspect and asked the public for help finding him.

Now 45-year-old Daniel Rodriguez has been detained and charged with sexual assault and murder.

Last week, the death was declared murder by the city’s medical examiner.

“The last thing I imagine every day is how my father lay down, how horribly, how cruelly my father was murdered,” Espinal shouted to ABC 7.

Cornejo moved to Ecuador in his twenties, from Ecuador

Cornejo moved to Ecuador in his twenties, from Ecuador

Cornejo moved to Ecuador in his twenties, from Ecuador. “He was very good, everyone says he’s a good person,” said his old girlfriend, Marina Bosch

She added to the NYDN about the NYPD lieutenant who told her to look for her own evidence of a murder: “He didn’t even care, my dad was nothing to him, but to us my dad was everything, he mattered. ‘

“He literally put my life in danger.”

“I will never see him again, not even” I love you, Jen, “nothing, that one person has destroyed my life forever,” said the grieving daughter about her father, who had two jobs and her every morning at eight hours called.

Cornejo worked in the circus in Ecuador before moving to the US in his twenties.

“It’s sad that a man who was so happy was killed,” said Espinal. “He was a great man.”

“He was very good, everyone says he’s a good person,” his old girlfriend, Marina Bosch, added to the NYDN.

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