Yesterday at 6:00 in the morning, officials of the Anti-Extortion and Kidnapping Division of the Cicpc They came to Los Rastrojos because they were investigating the crimes that some criminals committed and that was when they got into the Leopoldo Yépez sectorThey had information that one of the extortionistsBut when they got to the boy’s house and gave him a loud voice, the “Boy” allegedly opened fire on the commission.
The “Boy” was shot in the chest and the officials immediately mounted him on a patrol and transferred him to the Cabudare Outpatient Clinic, but after being admitted to the Emergency area, he died.
At the site of the event, a .38 caliber revolver remained, with which the boy allegedly confronted the commission. According to the Ministry of Interior and Justice, the “Child” belonged to a criminal gang dedicated to launching explosive devices at merchants in the municipality Palavecino to intimidate and extort them.
A police source said that the “Boy” was allegedly from the same “combo” of Nerys José Peraza Tona, 21 years old and Carlos Luis Crespo Navas, 24, who were killed two weeks ago after a confrontation with Cicpc officials.
It was learned from police sources that the gang is dedicated to extortion and call the victims posing as Josué Santana, nicknamed the “Santanita”, one of Lara’s most wanted; however, they would have no connections to that band.
In May, criminals reportedly threw an explosive device at a merchant’s home to “pressure” him to pay, and then they shot him at a business in The Rastrojos and the three dead were identified as the alleged perpetrators.
Once the Cicpc found out about these actions, they began with the investigations to give one by one with all the members of the band. The sources detailed that the “petejotas“have between” eyebrows and eyebrows “completely dismantle the group hamponil, to date there are three dead and a detainee named “Elías”.
A relative of the “Boy“he just said that of the “Divine justice no one is saved”, He also stressed that Carlos was never detained.
“They (Cicpc) do not have the right to take his life because they are human beings. They are not the one to judge anyone. He was with my mom all the time and when I arrived today the whole alley was closed,” a relative told THE PRESS.
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