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CrimeNashville jail accidentally releases homicide suspect, manhunt underway

19:15  04 september  2019
19:15  04 september  2019 Source:   tennessean.com

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Authorities were searching for a suspect in a first-degree murder case on Wednesday after they said he was accidentally released from jail in Davidson County due to a clerical error.

Davidson County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Karla West said local and state authorities are looking for Roberto Josue Viera-Aybar mistakenly released on Friday.

Viera-Aybar, 26, had been jailed on $500,000 bond on a first-degree murder charge stemming from a 2017 killing.

West said he is considered armed and dangerous.

Nashville jail accidentally releases homicide suspect, manhunt underway© MNPD Roberto Josue Viera-Aybar

Viera-Aybar was one of three men indicted in the killing of their friend in Davidson County before moving the man's body to Georgia, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.

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Hector J. Ruiz of Antioch and Kevin Isaza Palacio, both of Antioch, are each charged with first-degree murder for the killing of Luis Antonio Lopez, of La Vergne.

TBI investigated the case along with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation after Lopez' partially burned body was found in January 2017 in woods near Dalton, Ga.

Authorities haven't released a motive for the killing.

This is a developing story.

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Reach Natalie Neysa Alund at nalund@tennessean.com and follow her on Twitter @nataliealund.

This article originally appeared on Nashville Tennessean: Nashville jail accidentally releases homicide suspect, manhunt underway

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