JONATHAN MOYA GONZALEZ, the alleged abductor and murderer of 16-month-old Baby Miriam in Huelva is in court, this time in Almeria.
This time Gonzalez faces charges of misappropriation of a second hand motorcycle, posing as an interested buyer.
He asked to try the bike out, promising to return it, but failed to return it to the owner in Roquetas de Mar.
The hearing, which will be held in Criminal Court Two of Almeria, is the first of three court appearances for Gonzalez.
The second court appearance for Gonzalez is for posing as an intermediary for the sale of a stolen BMW car. He imitated the rightful owner of the BMW, including forging his signature on transfer paperwork.
Trafico detected the alleged fraud.
The prosecution is seeking 26 years in prison for the crime of kidnapping and murdering Baby Miriam. Gonzalez allegedly repeatedly hit the child around the head with a blunt instrument in order to silence her. He then allegedly suffocated her with transparent film.
The killing of Baby Miriam allegedly came after kidnapping her for four days.
Gonzalez, currently in custody for the Baby Miriam trial, allegedly put the lifeless child in a small travel bag with clothing and 15 stones to ensure the body sank when thrown into water.
Gonzalez claims that Baby Miriam died because she fell out of his arms as he ran down a hill.
Shortly after he was arrested on December 28 2012 for the alleged crimes against the child, Gonzalez also faced several pending convictions for scams and misappropriations.
In all those cases, except one, he admitted his guilt and made deals with the prosecutors.