The American Expat colony at the port was very concerned about the murder of 70-year-old pastry chef Lawanda, a native of San Diego.
A woman who was loved by Cabo residents because of her nice character and the delicious cakes she sold.
She was beaten to death and found lifeless on the afternoon of Saturday, April 18th at her home on the streets of downtown.
Today it is reported that the Baja California Sur Attorney General’s Office has managed to capture the suspect of the beaten murder of this good woman and he will be presented to the judge according to file J173/2020.
At the moment it is known that his name is Aaron (mugshot). In the next few days we will give you more details about the causes of this cruel murder.
Los Cabos American Expat Colony Demands Justice for Woman’s Murder
Great outrage has been caused among members of the American colony by the murder of an adult woman who sold cakes among her friends and acquaintances in Cabo San Lucas.
Her name was La Lynn, known as Lawanda, and she was 70 years old.
According to data obtained, Lawanda had been living in the central zone of the port for 27 years and not long ago had suffered robberies in her house, located on Cabo San Lucas Avenue and Francisco I. Madero.
But yesterday at 4:30 a call was received at the emergency numbers, where they said that Lawanda had been found dead in his house. Everything seems to indicate that it was an assault and she was beaten to death.
Friends of Lawanda, who was from San Diego, mentioned that she was a very nice woman, who only made delicious cakes and was active in charity work.
They find no explanation for this horrible crime of Lawanda also known as the “Pie Lady”.
Everyone agrees that she was dedicated to helping others, never had any problems with anyone and was recognized by the society of Cabo San Lucas, who enjoyed her baking, especially her carrot cake and Apple Muffin.
They hope that detectives will soon apprehend the person who committed the murder of this good woman.
The PGJE calls for reporting any illegal act or suspicious activity to the phone 800 47 45 32 27, as well as, through the DAC PGJE BCS APP for cell phones with iOS and Android system.