Wendy Samantha Coronel Tenorio’s Abduction Day 318

Wendy Samantha Coronel Tenorio's Abduction Day 318

Sunday, September 20, 2009: Adriana Coronel Tenorio (AKA Adriana Howitt Coronel, Ari Coronel, Ari Coronel Tenorio, Ari Howitt, Ari Howitt Coronel) sent me an email today. She got herself into a bit of trouble by cutting corners and she was asking me to help bail her out. Again. This is how Adriana lives her life: act impulsively, blame it on everyone else but herself when things don’t work out, get others to help bail her out. If you have been reading this site for any period of time, this much about Adriana becomes very apparent to you very quickly.

So, Adriana tried to transfer her car’s registration from California to Baja California. Rather than register the car the right way, she tried to cut corners and go through “a guy” who can expedite the process on the cheap. How do I know this, the car was driven over the border from Tijuana back into San Diego. There it sat in a paid parking lot adjacent to the border. My investigators actually saw the car with two inches of dust on it indicating it had been there for some time. Another indication it was there for some time? The car had the good ‘ole “Denver Boot” on one of the rear tires. If you have lived in a big city and racked up some unpaid parking tickets, you run the chance of the city catching up to you and slapping one of these on your car. Rendering is useless until you pay your tickets. In this case, the car had been sitting in this lot for sometime and the owners of the lot slapped The Boot on Adriana’s car to be sure they get paid.

The car has vanity plates and is easy to recognize. The question investigators posed is why the car is back in California. They let me know of the situation. As a good sport I notified Adriana where the car was and the condition it was in, interested more in the story behind it. Adriana did not disappoint, offering the story about “the guy” who can expedite the registration process for a fee of course. It turns out Adriana got scammed. “The Guy” has a reputation of doing this to people. Taking people for close to $1000 USD or more every time, then disappearing.

On this day, Adriana was asking me if I could pay for the parking so her friend could get the car. Her parking bill was approaching $400. Obviously I ignored the request knowing full well Isaias Palomeque (AKA Isaias Uzziel Palomeque, Isaias Palomeque Vergara, Project Manager at DJO Global) would do it. Chances were pretty good that Adriana was going to play both sides of it anyway. So, why not let Palomeque fit the bill by himself. After all he can’t spell the word “no”.