SAN DIEGO — A person accused of killing his ex-girlfriend’s fiancé, a beloved Cathedral Catholic High School teacher, by taking pictures him on a North Park roadside is slated to be arraigned Wednesday on a murder charge.
Jesse Milton Alvarez, 30, stays in custody with out bail in reference to the Feb. 1 slaying of 37-year-old Mario Fierro, who police discovered shot shortly after 7 a.m. on a sidewalk within the 4500 block of Kansas Street. He died on the scene.
While police haven’t disclosed a suspected motive for the taking pictures, court docket paperwork point out Alvarez and Fierro’s fiancée had been beforehand in a relationship, and that after breaking apart with him, the girl sought a restraining order towards Alvarez due to more and more erratic conduct, together with stalking and suicidal threats. She additionally alleged he exhibited controlling and abusive conduct throughout their relationship.
While a brief restraining order request was granted, a subsequent everlasting restraining order request was not granted and the case was finally dismissed.
Alvarez was arrested on the evening of Feb. 1 at a Serra Mesa house, San Diego police Lt. Andra Brown stated.
Fierro was a 2002 graduate of the varsity the place he went on to train social science beginning in 2016, and in addition served as a soccer coach.
“Everyone in our school community mourns his loss,” Diocese of San Diego spokesman Kevin Eckery stated in a press release. “Mario was young, vibrant and full of life. All of us loved him.”