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Hernndez’s mother knew in her gut something wasn’t right when her son didn’t return from his job at a marijuana dispensary. She did the only things she could: She called the police and she started looking. She taped her son’s face on thousands of bus stops and light posts.
No further work was done on the case, according to charging documents.”He did not speak to the victim, potential witnesses or attempt to speak to potential suspects, despite potential suspects being identified in the AACo police report,” O’Herlihy wrote in charging documents.After 16 months of no activity or investigation, Tavel allegedly changed the case status to inactive and placed the file in the inactive filing cabinet “in an apparent attempt to hide what he had done,” according to the chargesIn another case, a woman reported she passed out after drinking and woke up to a person having sex with her in August 2018. She then passed out again and woke up naked in a closet with her assailant. Tavel investigated the case to the point of identifying a suspect and offered the woman a photo array of potential suspects.