A wealthy businessman was tricked into his death by a couple using a dating app. The Badoo murders, Candy Arrieta, 34, and her 35-year-old partner Mohamed Achraf, found businessman Jose Antonio Delgado Fresnedo, 54, on the dating app Badoo.
Candy Arrieta started conversing with the guy after creating a profile on the dating app.
Candy Arrieta on Badoo An investigation found that the victim went to Luceni in Zaragoza Province, Spain, to meet Arrieta after arranging a meeting on the dating app Badoo.
However, instead of Candy Arrieta meeting him, her partner Achraf approached Delgado Fresnedo and beat him before stealing his personal belongings and his Mercedes 220.
The couple then took Delgado Fresnedo to the town of Pedrola where they lived and had a workshop.
The victim There, they demanded that the businessman hand over his bank cards and passwords and beat him when he refused.
They then assaulted him with blunt objects.
The following day, Achraf listed the victim’s Mercedes on an online auction site and agreed to a price of €21,000 with a buyer.
He is said to have sent a €11,000 deposit.
The victim was assaulted and tortured before being thrown in the back of a car and driven to Barranco del Lobo, where the defendants dug a hole and buried him alive.
His body was discovered thanks to an ankle bracelet he was obliged to wear after allegedly assaulting his ex-wife.
Delgado Fresnedo suffered head trauma, nine broken ribs, and injuries from being tied up, according to an autopsy.
After being buried alive, dirt was discovered in his lungs.
Candy Arrieta and Mohamed Achraf have been jailed in Zaragoza, Spain, for kidnapping, torturing, murdering, and burying alive Delgado Fresnedo.
The judge sentenced them both to 25 years in prison for murder, six years for kidnapping, and three for fraud.