Entornointeligente.com / MiamiHerald / The 911 call came in shortly after 1 a.m. on a steamy October night. Alejandro Aparicio told the operator he had fallen asleep on the couch alongside his longtime girlfriend Andrea Greenberg inside their home in Morningside. When he woke up, Greenberg was unresponsive.
Aparicio performed CPR until a Miami-Dade Fire Rescue team arrived and transported Greenberg to Jackson Memorial Hospital. She was pronounced dead at 1:37 a.m. Oct. 10, 2017. The apparent cause: cardiac arrest.
A shaken Aparicio, 60, spent the rest of that day receiving visits from stunned friends. How could Greenberg, a healthy 54-year-old woman and popular figure in Miami’s real estate industry, have died so suddenly?
But Aparicio did something else that day, too. According to court records, he logged into his dead girlfriend’s bank account and withdrew $10,000 – the first of several such withdrawals over the next few days. Gradually, the grief shared by Greenberg’s friends would curdle into suspicion – and eventually anger.
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