Police seeking ID on homicide victim

June 5, 2014 • Police Blotter

Detectives from the Roswell Police Department are currently soliciting the public’s ass[auth] istance in identifying a man who is the victim in a homicide case.
At approximately 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, officers responded to a house on the 1800 block of North Maryland Avenue in reference to a deceased man inside the residence. Police are unable to identify the victim. Detectives are hopeful the community may be able to assist in identifying the man.
The victim is a male in his late 20s or early 30s. He has a medium complexion, and a “buzzed” haircut. A tattoo of the Virgin Mary is on his upper right arm, and a tattoo of the face of Jesus is on his left arm with the name “Monica” tattooed underneath it.
If you can identify the man who matches the victim’s description or have information about the homicide, call the RPD immediately at 575-624-6770.
The investigation is ongoing. No further information will be released at this time.

Voyeur arrested
Roswell Police are investigating a case of voyeurism which allegedly occurred at a local restaurant earlier this week.
The incident was reported on May 27, and the victim is a man in his late twenties. The man reported to police that while he was in the restroom stall at the restaurant he looked up to see a phone recording him. He confronted the person in the next stall who remained silent.
The individual in the next stall refused to exit. The man waited for the individual to exit the restroom, and the man confronted the individual with the phone numerous times, but the man refused to speak with the victim.
The alleged voyeur is an employee of the restaurant, according to police. The alleged voyeur only spoke to the victim after the victim told him he was contacting police. The alleged voyeur told the man he was obtaining video of vandalism someone had reported to him. Charges are pending for the alleged voyeur.
Names of the parties involved will not be released at this time.
This sort of crime can occur anywhere, said Sabrina Morales, public information liaison for the Roswell Police Department. Community members are urged to be aware of their surroundings at all times.
It is also recommended that a trusted adult accompany children to places such as a restroom to help avoid this sort of crime.

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