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20 June 2017, 05:17 | Darnell Patrick
A possible hate-crime motivation is among the things authorities are investigating, police said.
Fairfax County police responding to the missing persons call stopped and arrested 22-year-old Darwin Martinez Torres, who was nearly immediately charged with the murder.
"On June 19, ICE lodged a detainer on Darwin Martinez Torres, a citizen and national of El Salvador, with the Adult Detention Center in Fairfax, Virginia", the statement read.
Police say the girl and her friends were walking back from a McDonald's in northern Virginia early Sunday when they got into a dispute with a man in a auto.
Police charged 22-year-old Darwin Martinez Torres with murder after pulling a young woman's body from a pond.
Police had said a parking dispute led to the incident then - a claim widely rejected by Muslim advocates who believed the murder to be a hate crime.
"He followed the girls, and all of them had head cloths, meaning they are Muslim, and he had a baseball stick", Mohmoud said of his daughter's killer.
Martinez was given a public defender during his appearance via video-link at the county's Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court, and the judge ordered that he remain in jail without bail, according to Raymond Morrogh, the Fairfax commonwealth's attorney, the county's chief prosecutor. "Christian, Muslim, Jew, Hispanic, whatever", he said, surrounded by more than a dozen friends and family in his apartment.
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"I'm sure the guy hit my daughter because she's Muslim and she was wearing the hijab", she said.
The brutal murder of a teenage Muslim girl in the U.S. state of Virginia has sparked outrage among Muslim communities across the country. Police said they do not yet know why the suspect was so enraged, but that there is no indication that he had any particular bias against Muslims.
ADAMS will continue with its daily and nightly Ramadan prayers.
The suspect is an El Salvador native living in the US illegally, ICE says. As they walked together, a auto pulled up to the group with a lone driver inside who confronted them causing all of them to disperse leaving Hassenen behind. The group of more than a dozen kids did not immediately realize Hassanen was missing.
Police have yet to officially identify the victim while they await the examiner to positively identify the body. The boys declined to give their names.
"I was definitely very anxious about having them be outside of the mosque unattended", said Mahmood.
The night before, Gazzar had cooked a feast for Nabra, the oldest of her four daughters, who wanted to host a big iftar break-the-fast dinner for all her friends from ADAMS and South Lakes High School, where she just finished 10th grade.
"But the truth is, Nabra could've been attacked at any time of the day", Chaudry said.
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