Dad of missing Volusia woman writes letter to ask to marry sister of accused killer

State attorney's office releases letters sent to Luis Toledo in jail

DELTONA, Fla. – The state attorney's office on Friday released letters from Luis Toledo's jail cell -- one of which was from the biological father of his wife, who Toledo is accused of killing, asking for permission to marry Toledo's sister.

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Toledo is accused of killing Yessenia Suarez and her kids in October 2013, but their bodies were never found.

In a letter from Suarez's father, Emilio Suarez asks his daughter's alleged killer for permission to marry Toledo's sister.

The six-page letter was sent to the Volusia County Jail, where Toledo is being held without bail on a second-degree murder charge and two counts of first-degree murder in the death's of Suarez's children-- 9-year-old Thalia and 8-year-old Michael.

In the letter, Emilio Suarez refers to Toledo as his son asking him to let him bury Suarez and her two children so the family can leave flowers on their graves during special occasions.

Emilio Suarez promises not to tell anyone and asks for Toledo to call him twice a week.

The letter also consists of Emilio Suarez describing how in love he is with Toledo's sister, Millie.

In another letter, dated July 21, Yessenia Suarez's mother writes to Toledo saying, "you promise me you will never hurt them, that you didn't want to go to prison again. I believe your word and so did my daughter, Yessie. Why did you do this to Yessie, Thalia and Elijah. Please tell me where you put them."