Miya Marcano's Family Share Video Of Suspected Killer The Day She Vanished


Photo: Orange County Sheriff's Office

The family of Miya Marcano released a video Wednesday (October 6) showing the confrontation they had with the main person of interest in her disappearance and killing hours after she vanished from her Florida apartment.

Armando Caballero, 27, was the main person of interest in the Marcano's disappearance after police discovered the maintenance worker used the master key to enter Marcano's apartment.

In the video, a family member can be heard speaking to Caballero who is also speaking to a sheriff's deputy. At the time, there wasn't enough evidence to arrest Caballero because they hadn't discovered his inappropriate use of the master key.

"There's evidence of an obsession, something, you're fascinated with Miya," a family member says to Caballero.

"Don't try to make this like I'm a stalker," Cabarello says back.

"As of right now you have sent obsessive texts to Miya, we have seen all the texts, you talked about giving her your life savings, you cash-apped her money, and you claim that you weren't in touch," the family member continues.

"Until we figure out what's going on, just don't beat me up," Caballero responds later. "If I'm guilty why would I be here?"

"Nobody's beating you up. You put yourself in the middle right here, you brought yourself over here," another family member says.

"At the time the video was taken there was no basis for our deputies to detain Caballero," Orange County Sheriff John Mina said at a news conference Wednesday (October 6).

"Sadly, detaining Caballero at 4:30 a.m. would not have changed the fact that Caballero left her body at the Tymber Skan apartments between 8 and 9 p.m. the night before, that's a full eight hours before the video was taken and actually it was before the sheriff's office was even called to look into, to check the well-being of Miya."

Police used phone records to track down Caballero's moments the night she went missing. He later killed himself before deputies could arrest him.

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