Anyone with any information about a Sherman Oaks nurse named Alejandro Razo is being asked on Tuesday to make contact right away with detectives investigating the nurse for an alleged sex act with a dead person.
Two security guards at the Sherman Oaks hospital say they witnessed 61-year-old Alejandro doing a disturbing and nasty deed to a dead woman's body on Sunday, so they took him into custody and called police. Now detectives want any information they can get on their necrophilia suspect who got out on $20,000 bail after his arrest.
In other words, anyone who has seen this person perform such acts on other dead people before need to speak up. As if they would. And that includes those who may have only heard Razo talk about wanting to do nasty things to a dead person, too. Those people might come forward.
LA Weekly is reporting that detectives can be reached at 818-374-0040 with any information about the accused man Alejandro Razo. They aren't picky about what is reported, so share other bad news about him too, if any is known, as it can help them build their case. And they want to hear about any strange goings on at Sherman Oaks too, just in case this is the tip of the iceberg, God forbid.
After being seen allegedly having sex with a dead person, the Sherman Oaks nurse was charged with California health and safety code 7052, which says, in part, that "anyone who commits an act of sexual penetration, or has sexual contact with, any remains known to be human, without authority of law, is guilty of a felony." They are really guilty of much worse, but that's for another court and another day.
The security guards haven't spoken to the media about any possible intoxication on the part of Alejandro, but one can hope that no one in their right mind would actually try to have sex with a dead corpse. And definitely not someone like a nurse tasked with caring for the sick in a hospital.
Make sure it can't happen again, OK, get detectives any information that proves it has so they can lock this person up if they are really guilty of doing such a horrible thing.
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