Young man is arrested for killing a public servant after defaulting on R$800 for a sexual program in Alagoas | Alagoas

Young man is arrested for killing a public servant after defaulting on R$800 for a sexual program in Alagoas | Alagoas
Young man is arrested for killing a public servant after defaulting on R$800 for a sexual program in Alagoas | Alagoas
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1 of 1 Man who killed a server in AL was arrested in Branquinha — Photo: Ascom/PC
Man who killed server in AL was arrested in Branquinha — Photo: Ascom/PC

A 20-year-old man was arrested this Wednesday (3) in Branquinha, in the interior of Alagoas, for killing a retired public servant after he refused to pay R$800 that he had promised for a sexual program. Jorge Alves Pereira, 57 years old, was stabbed and asphyxiated in his own home. The young man confessed to the crime.

The crime took place in July 2023, in Rio Largo. According to the Civil Police, the two met on a beach in Maceió and the server offered the amount of money for them to have sex. After agreeing on the amount, which would be paid after the program, the two spent the night together at the victim’s house, in Rio Largo.

In a statement to the police, the young man said that, at dawn, the man refused to pay the agreed amount. He was furious and then took a machete from the residence and stabbed Pereira several times.

The man also said that the server tried to defend himself with his hands, but ended up falling. At that moment, he took the opportunity to asphyxiate the victim with a sheet and a pillow.

According to the police, after the crime the young man stole objects from the victim’s house and managed to find the R$800 that the retiree had promised through the program.

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