Details have emerged in last week's the arrest of a Dodge City woman.
Details have emerged in last week's the arrest of a Dodge City woman. The only information immediately available about the Dec. 5 arrest of Elva Garcia-Gomez's was that she had violated stipulations of her bond but an affidavit filed in Ford County District Court shows she was arrested for failing to refrain from contact with 21-year-old Lorenzo Gobin. Garcia-Gomez, 43, is accused of aiding and abetting felony murder and, as part of an October bond agreement, was issued a no contact order with victims and witnesses of the crime. Asst. Ford County Attorney J. Scott James identified Gobin as a witness in the case but said he could not give any additional information. Gobin has a criminal record in Ford County and was charged June 6 of this year with making a criminal threat. A search warrant executed around 7:30 a.m. Dec. 5 by the Dodge City Police Department led to the discovery of Gobin in Garcia-Gomez's residence on the 2800 block of Hennessey Court. Records show 43-year-old Garcia Gomez reported to a court services officer Dec. 5 and informed her that officers from the DCPD had discovered Lorenzo Gobin in her residence. She remains in custody of the Ford County Detention Center. The murder in question took place Aug. 5 when Garcia-Gomez's son Miguel Solis allegedly shot and killed 24-year-old Migue Tol-Juarez. The incident took place at the 800 block of Ave. F where witnesses told officers three suspects confronted Tol-Juarez and others demanding money. Law enforcement said the murder was likely gang-related. James said the case has been continued multiple times by the defense; a preliminary hearing for Garcia-Gomez is set for Jan. 10, 2013.