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Tucson man sentenced for chopping off victim's finger with machete

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Posted at 7:45 AM, Mar 01, 2019
and last updated 2019-03-01 10:04:55-05

TUCSON, Ariz. - A Tucson man was convicted of chopping off a victim's finger with a machete following a drug deal.

According to Attorney General Mark Brnovich, 31-year-old Francisco Esteban "Cisco" Fierros was sentenced to 18 years in prison for kidnapping, beating and chopping off a finger of a man.

In July 2017, Jessica Ann Marie "Guera" Bracamontes met the victim at a convenience store to complete a drug deal. Bracamonte ordered the man to get into her car at gunpoint, then stole his jewelry and cell phone.

Bracamontes then joined Fierros and another accomplice and took the man to a hotel room, where they beat him and Fierros cut off his right index finger, placing it on a bedside dresser, saying "We're keeping it so it serves as a reminder to you."

Bracamontes filmed the incident on her cell phone.

Bracamontest was sentened to 10.5 years in prison. Others connected to the crime also were sentenced, including Jorge Miguel "Koncrete" Chavez (6.5 years0 and Francisca Leann atter (100 days in jail).