Today, the El Paso Politics received the police report filed by Dora Oaxaca for the June 16, 2021, assault alleged by Dora Oaxaca at the Mesa Bar & Grill. As we have previously reported, Democratic Party Chair Dora Oaxaca alleged that Lily Limón assaulted her at a Carl Robison fund raiser. Limón and several witnesses have denied the assault took place.

Limón was scheduled to meet with El Paso Detective Victor Ontiveros on June 28, 2021. Limón rescheduled the meeting. Our attempts to contact Detective Ontiveros have been unsuccessful. Our attempts to obtain a copy of the police report at the station and from the El Paso Police Department were also unsuccessful.

Lily Limón told us that there was no police report filed because she was also unsuccessful in obtaining a copy of the report. El Paso Politics filed an open records request with the City of El Paso on June 28, 2021, asking for a copy of the report.

Today we received the police report.

(Attention news media, if you download this report and use it, we would appreciate credit in your reporting)

According to the police report, Dora Oaxaca and Isela Castañon-Williams went to the Westside Regional Command Center and filed an assault report. According to the report. Oaxaca alleges that the “offender (Limón) suddenly with her finger…poked” Oaxaca’s left arm.

Oaxaca told the police officer that she “desired prosecution and report”.

The report adds that Isela Castañon-Williams accompanied Oaxaca to the police station. According to the police report, Castañon-Williams “stated that she did not witness the incident but knew that something had occurred between” Oaxaca and Limón.

The police report states that the “case is now ready and is bring presented to the district attorney’s office for final review and disposition.”

As this is a developing story, El Paso Politics will continue to monitor it and report as more information becomes available.

Martin Paredes

Martín Paredes is a Mexican immigrant who built his business on the U.S.-Mexican border. As an immigrant, Martín brings the perspective of someone who sees México as a native through the experience...