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WARRANT OF ARREST AND DETENTION Dallas COUNTY, TEXAS TSO Felony o CO Misdemeanor | Warrant Number.(@)2 [ Capita Marder ‘Suspect [ Marano, Nina Tamar (akaz Nina Tamar Oliver [ail Amount Sa) 509007 Dallas, Texas IDE: Tn the name of the State of Texas to any Sheriff or other Peace Officer of the state of Texas Greetings: You are here by commanded to take the body of: (4 Marano, Nina Tamar (ka: Nina Tamar Oliver Nina Beltrss) hereinafter called the accused, and him safely keep so that he may be dealt with according to law, and to hold the accused to answer to the State of Texas for an offense against the laws of the said State, namely: (9) Capital Murder 19.03 Capital of which felony offense he is accused by written complaint, made under oath thet has been presented to me and that is by this reference incorporated herein for all purposes. © Zt, Men | lll l ilk | NT — “ F2175475 ADMINISTRATIVE DATA ALL BLANKS MUST BE COMPLETED OR INDICATE “UNKNOWK” Dallas County, Texas (6) State of Texas vs. [ Marano, Ni F (aka: Nava Tamar Oliver/ Nina Beltran) | (@) Arvest Status _| At-Large WoRace TW [asexF [0203 | i cai Ts" [caw (G5) Hair [Black | (16) Eyes [Brow (7) Residence Address pekceen IRE (20) Business Address | 702 Sunridge Woods Blvd. Davenpert FL 33738 Ti Business Name | Empire Law Group (22) Complainant [ Wotelio-Valadez, Marisela (@3) Dato oF Offense [10052020 ‘Arrest Warrant Issued to | DPD/DSO (18) Driver's License # sate FRES @3) $4.00 $2.00 32.00 36.00 3 s 8 RETURN G9 CAME TO HAND THE day of »AD.20 sand executed the day of VAD.20___~_, by arresting and detaining above named and accused and BY. Statute of Limitations Date is: None STATE OF TEXAS AFFIDAVIT FOR ARREST WARRANT COUNTY OF DALLAS BEFORE ME, the undersigned authority, on this day personally appeared the undersigned affiant who, -after being. duly swore by-me, on.oath stated: My.name. is. Christine Ramirez, #7386 and [ ama peace officer of the City of Dallas, Dallas County, Texas. I, the affiant, have good reason and do believe that on ‘or about the Sth day of October, 2020, one (name of suspect) Nina Tamar Marano (AKA: Nina Tamar ‘Ofiver and Nina Beltran) did then and there in the City of Dallas, Dallas County, Texas commit the offense of Capital Murder, a violation of Section 19.08 of the Texas Penal Code, a Capital Degree Felony. Affiant’s belief is based upon the following facts and information which Affiant received from: {1 Atfiamt’s personal investigation of this alleged offense. C) ___. a fellow peace officer of the City of Dallas, Dallas County, ‘Texas, who personally participated in the investigation of this alleged offense, providing this information to Affiant, and whose information Affiant believes to be eredibie. Based upon information discovered during the Missing Person investigation of complainant Marisela Botello-Valadez L/F 23, it is believed that suspect Charles Beltran L/M [NN suspect Lisa Dykes (aka: Lisa Beltran or Lisa Ahmed), W/E MI and suspect Nina T. Marano (aka: Nina Beltran Or Nina T. Oliver), W/E EE on or about the date of October 5, 2020, committed the offense of Capital Murder P.C, 19.03, at the following location: 3113 Kensington Dr., Mesquite, Dallas County, Texas. On October 2, 2020, Missing Person Marisela Botello-Valadez (“Botello”) flew to Dallas, Texas from Seattle, Washington to visit witness Ortiz. Ortiz reported to Detectives that Botello took a Lyf ride from his apartment to an unknown location late in the evening of October 4, 2020 and that was the last time he saw Botello. On March 11, 2021, Detectives Ramirez and Ortiz met with Complainant Botello- Valadez’s family and friends. They have not seen or heard from the complainant since October 5, 2020. Bank records were provided to show there has been no income deposited into her account since October 7, 2021. There has been no activity on her bank account other than automated charges. There has been no activity on the complainant's social media, which one of the apps has been deactivated due to no activity on the account. The complainant's phone records show no activity. An analysis of the complainant’s and suspects’ celf phone records show that all parties were together at Dyke’s and Beltran’s residence in Mesquite, Texas, on the last date the complainant was known to be alive. Phone records pertaining to suspect Dykes and Marano, showed that on the night of October 5, 2020, both devices traveled to an area south of Dallas, near Hutchins, Texas. The area is densely wooded and close to several bodies of water to include STATE OF TEXAS. AFFIDAVIT FOR ARREST WARRANT. COUNTY OF DALLAS a concrete plant. After travelling to Hutchins, Texas, both Dykes and Marano ~ wavelled back to Dyke's residence located in Mesquite, Texas. A search of Beltran’s and Dyke’s residence revealed that the carpet had been cleaned, but streaks of brown and red color, the appearance of blood, were underneath the carpet. The items seized were submitted to the Dallas County Southwestern Institute of Forensic Science, (SWIFS), to check for DNA to confirm for human blood. On December 31, 2020, a black 2014 Audi that was previously registered to suspect Dykes and Beltran and known to have been driven by Beltran at the time of the offense was searched by NYSP investigators after it was discovered that the vehicle had been transported to New York. A hair sample was found in the trunk of the vehicle. The hair sample seems to match that of the complainant and not that of Marano or Dykes. The hair sample is currently being analyzed. During the search of the 2014 black Audi that was conducted by NYSP, concrete material found in the rear wheel well of the vehicle appeared to match the same type/color of concrete used at the concrete plant where suspect Dykes and Marano show to have travelled on the date/night of the offense. On January 29, 2021, lead Detective C. Ramirez #7386, received information from SWIFS that they have collected DNA evidence, (blood) from one of the carpets and pads from what was believed to be Beltran’s bedroom. The blood found was a match to complainant Marisela Botello-Valadez’s blood, Unknown male and female DNA profiles were found in the carpet by SWIFS. This unknown DNA is believed to belong to Charles Beltran, Lisa Dykes, and or Nina Marano. The suspects are aware that an investigation is being conducted regarding the disappearance of the complainant and that Detectives have attempted to contact them. Throughout the course of the investigation, the suspects have shown a pattern of avoidance and attempted concealment of evidence pertaining to this investigation. Based on the above information, it is believed that the suspects involved in the case have knowledge of the disappearance of the complainant. Phone records show that the complainant and Suspects Beltran, Dykes, and Marano were together at the suspect’s residence on the date of her disappearance. Affiant believes the complainant was injured based on the blood found at the residence. There are no records to show the complainant was treated at any medical facility. There are no records to show that an ambulance was dispatched to the suspect’s address. Continuation: 17834-2020 Marano, Nina Tamar STATE OF TEXAS AFFIDAVIT FOR ARREST WARRANT COUNTY OF DALLAS According to the SWIFS report, the complainant’s blood was found on the carpet with an unknown male and femialé profiles, believed to belong to Suspect Beltran, Dykes, and Mareno. The suspects have refused to speak with the detectives after multiple attempts, After the complainant’s disappearance, all the suspects have left their jobs and moved out of their individual homes in Texas and Pennsylvania. The complainant has not been seen or heard of ever since. Based on the above information, the Affiant believes the complainant is deceased and that suspects Beltran, Dykes, and Marano are responsible for her death and disappearance. Due to the sensitive and extensive nature of this case, the entire facts and evidence have not been included in this affidavit. WHEREFORE, Affiant requests that an arrest warrant be issued for the above accused individual in ‘accordance with the law. hash la, dre AEFIANT ‘SUI CBIBED AND SWORN TO BEFORE ME on ihe BE tay of PM 2024 C ‘Magistrate or Judge, in and for Dalias County, Texas MAGISTRATE’S or JUDGE'S DETERMINATION OF PROBABLE CAUSE « onthisthe ?~ day or Mtg wen Thereby acknowledge that [Fave examined the foregoing afidavie and have determined that protable cause exists forthe issuance of C ‘an arrest warrant for the individual accused therein. Magistrate or Judge in and for Dal County, Texas CContinustion: 17834-2020 Marano, Nina Tamar