Photos: Isabella Guzman stabbed mom 79 times, affidavit says
Last week, we reported that eighteen-year-old Isabella Guzman had been formally charged with murder in the death of her mother in Aurora; see our previous coverage below.
Photos, video below.
We've now obtained the arrest affidavit in the case, and the level of violence it recounts is absolutely shocking.
The document, on view below along with plenty of new photos like the one seen here, maintains that Guzman's mom was stabbed 79 times.
Guzman's Facebook page, which remains online at this writing, features numerous stunning shots of the young woman, including this one....
...and this one....
...as well as an image of her onstage with a microphone wearing a "Hello Kitty" shirt:
These pics stand in stark contrast to the narrative of the Arapahoe County arrest affidavit in the case. The report states that Aurora police dispatch received a 911 call just past 10 p.m. on August 28 from Ryan Hoy, Guzman's stepfather.
He told the operator that Guzman and his wife, 47-year-old Yun-Mi Hoy, were inside the bathroom of the residence at 2624 South Lima Street -- and he could see blood coming under the door.
Ryan added that police had been called earlier in the day because of ongoing strife between Guzman and his mom -- and 7News reveals that the girl's father, Robert Guzman, had spoken to her about her "teen rebelliousness" about three hours before the 911 call.
The scene of the crime.
"I went to talk to her because her mother was worried and wanted me to talk to Isabella," Guzman told the station. "So, I went to talk to Isabella and we sat down in the backyard looking at the trees and the animals and I started to talk to her about the respect that people should have for their parents. And I was trying to let her know that she should be obedient to her parents, not rebellious, that she should try to listen more and everything was going fine.
"In the conversation, I thought that I made progress," he added. "But obviously it didn't do nothing, because hours later, this thing happened."
Continue for the latest developments in the Isabella Guzman case.