Arkansas Hispanic community mourn dead college student
“It’s incredible that there isn’t a single clue or suspect,” he said in Spanish.
So, while authorities offer rewards for information that leads to an arrest, he asked people — especially in the Hispanic communities of central Arkansas — to come forward with any details about what happened to his niece.
He said Guardado’s family still can’t believe that they have to bury such a wonderful young woman.
“She was always working and studying,” he said. “She was a good daughter, a good sister, a good niece.”
A dive team on Monday searched the waters where her Guardado’s body was found near a cemetery less than 10 miles south of Little
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Posted on October 18, 2011, in Racial Rundown and tagged Arkansas, Guardado, Little Rock, Little Rock Arkansas, Monday, Patricia Guardado, Race and ethnicity in the United States Census, Spanish language, United States, University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.