Murder Woman's Husband Says He Wants Justice From PolicePosted: Updated:
PASCO, Wash.-- The husband of a woman murdered and her baby cut out last week is asking for justice. Juan Campos Gomez has been left behind to take care of his two children, and a baby still in the hospital.
Gomez has only pictures and memories of his wife, Araceli Camacho Gomez.
"My wife was a very good person, she was very generous," said Gomez.
On the night of the murder Gomez says he returned home from the store to find his wife missing. Gomez says just days before, Araceli told him Phien Sisouvanh had offered her baby clothes.
Juan told his wife to be careful, but never thought Sissouvanh had bad intentions.
"There are many good people who offer to donate their things, but we never thought that person would cause any harm," said Gomez.
Gomez says he's only seen his wife's body through a television screen. Last week he was in court for Phien Sisouvanh's first appearance before a judge.
"She didn't show any signs of remorse and I was holding myself from bursting out the anger that I had inside, but everything is in god's hands now and I hope the police seek justice," said Gomez.
Gomez has also been back and forth to Spokane, to check on his new born. As of last week he was still in critical condition, but now doctors are telling Gomez the baby is gaining weight, is a little more stable and has a good chance of surviving.
"I have faith that tomorrow or the next day, they're going to tell me I can bring him home, and I'm always going to be with them and I'm never going to leave their side," said Gomez.
Some friends of the family have set up an account at America West bank on Court Street in Pasco to help the family. Any donations can be made under the victim's full name Araceli Camacho Gomez.