Shocking New Details Revealed in Murder Case of NC Woman Killed in Cabo

Shocking New Details Revealed in Murder Case of NC Woman Killed in Cabo

I don’t know if you’ve heard about the beautiful 25-year-old woman who went to del Cabo, Mexico with her friends to celebrate a birthday, and ended up dead. It’s a story that has more questions than answers, and now, a new very disturbing video has been uncovered, which may explain how this poor young woman was killed–and the shocking part, is it appears as if her group of friends could be responsible for her death… at least that’s what a video of a brutal “girl fight” inside her hotel room, shows.

But first, let me give you some background. Her name is Shanquella Robinson, and she traveled from Charlotte, NC to Mexico to celebrate a friend’s birthday with a group of people. The group was staying at a villa in Cabo, and the story goes that a maid discovered Shanquella’s body on a couch. A doctor was called to the room and tried to revive her, but she died.

Later, her friends called the parents and claimed that she had died of “alcohol poisoning.” And then, the friends returned home, as if that was that.

But the autopsy showed something much more sinister had happened. She had severe head and spine injuries.

Well, we now know what happened when the hotel doctor arrived, thanks to the police report, which the Charlotte Observer translated from Spanish to English:

The information from the police report shows that at 2:13 p.m. on Oct. 29, medical help was summoned to Villa Linda 32, a property run by company Cabo Villas, located in San José del Cabo. Around an hour later, Dr. Karolina Beatriz Ornelas Gutiérrez, of the American Medical Center, a local hospital, arrived to treat Robinson, according to report excerpts. House calls to vacation rentals for routine non-emergency medical services are common in tourist hubs in Mexico. The Observer confirmed with American Medical Center on Monday that Gutiérrez is employed there. The hospital did not respond to requests for the medical and autopsy reports. It is unclear in the police report excerpt who called for medical help, but the reporting person is listed as Wenter Donovan, of Greensboro. Donovan is one of six people identified by family, friends and media sources as a person Robinson was traveling with. Donovan could not be reached to comment and her phone number listed on the police report excerpt had been disconnected.

The police report excerpt is in Spanish. According to a Charlotte Observer staff translation of the document, Dr. Gutiérrez says she was told Robinson had “drunk a lot of alcohol” and the medical call was for Robinson to “be given an IV.” The police record indicates Gutiérrez found “a female” — understood in the report to be Robinson — with stable vital signs but dehydrated, unable to communicate verbally and appearing to be inebriated. The doctor reported that she believed Robinson needed to be transferred to a hospital but her friends insisted that she be treated in the villa. Dr. Gutiérrez attempted an IV but was unsuccessful, according to the report excerpt. It’s unclear what medication was in the IV.

The information from police says the doctor was there for close to an hour when Robinson began having a seizure. The convulsions from the seizure lasted less than a minute, according to the report. “At this point the patient’s friend, named Wenter Donovan, called 911 to request an ambulance,” according to the Observer’s Spanish to English translation of the report. This was around 4:20 p.m. “In the meantime, the patient presented with difficulty breathing and a lowered pulse, and they gave her rescue breaths.”

The doctor, along with a friend, began administering CPR at 4:49 p.m. when Gutierrez detected Robinson had stopped having a pulse. Police arrived and talked with the doctor who was treating Robinson at 5:25 p.m. It’s not clear from the information in the police report exactly what time an ambulance arrived from the 911 call. The report information indicates paramedics “administered a total of 14 rounds of CPR, five doses of adrenaline and six discharges (AED shocks) without success.”

Unable to revive Robinson, Gutierrez “declared her dead at 5:57 p.m.,” according to the report excerpt. The police report information lists “deceased person (cardiopulmonary arrest)“ as the reason police were called.

This poor woman could have possibly been saved, if only she had been rushed to a hospital. It’s very telling that her friends did not want her to leave the hotel room.

In case you didn’t know, there’s a video of her friend, beating the hell out of her, while other friends film it, and shout at her.

Is that what killed her?

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Many people are wondering, but right now, the so-called “friends” aren’t talking publicly.

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