Mexico Issues Arrest Warrant For U.S. Woman In Shanquella Robinson Death

Mexican authorities have issued an arrest warrant for a woman suspected of fatally assaulting Shanquella Robinson while the two were on vacation last month in San Jose del Cabo.

Shanquella, 25, was traveling with college friends from Winston-Salem State University when she died while staying in a vacation rental property, said her father, Bernard Robinson.

“I probably won’t be at ease until someone’s arrested,” said Salamondra Robinson, mother of Shanquella who turned up dead after just a day on vacation in Mexico. Her friends all packed their bags and returned to the US leaving her dead body behind. According to her family, Quella’s friends told them she was dinking and not feeling well.

“They had a villa, and they stayed there all night,” said Salamondra. They didn’t go out at all. No one told the same story, so I never believed them anyway,” she said. “They didn’t call us until the very last minute, and then on top of that, they said the maid found her,” Salamondra said.

WJZY obtained the death certificate, which lists the cause of death as severe spinal cord injury and atlas luxation which is instability in the uppermost vertebrae. There's a video (which we wont share) circulating online which shows a nude Shanquella having a physical altercation in a hotel room.

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