Officers later found the Facebook account was deleted or deactivated, according to the affidavit.
After obtaining a search warrant for Martinez’s Facebook account, Waco police Detective Zachary Koenig found the the conversation Martinez was led to believe was with Kaelani Moore came from Hernandez’s Facebook account, records show. The account’s “identity verification name,” Hernandez’s date of birth and his Social Security number showed on a search of the account, which the affidavit alleges was used to “scam several males for money” by directing them to send money to money transfer applications.
Koenig “found that the suspect directed the murder victim to send money to a money transfer application in the past that had the screen name ‘Kaelani M,’” the affidavit states. After Martinez’s shooting death, “the suspect attempted to unsend several messages to the victim and deactivated the account.”
The detective also obtained a search warrant for a Google account associated with the email address on the Kaelani Moore Facebook account that the affidavit says was used to “set up the murder victim.” The subscriber name on the Google account came back to Hernandez, the affidavit alleges.