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The Civil Guard detained a person for the abuse of a woman in Totana which turned deceased (06/05/2015)

When arrested, with numerous police records, it is credited with the alleged perpetrators of the crimes of homicide, assault, robbery, dangerous driving and resistance and disobedience to law enforcement

It has enjoyed the cooperation of the local police in Fuente Alamo

The Civil Guard in the region of Murcia has developed the operation "We knew 'aimed at locating and arresting the perpetrator of the abuse of a woman in Totana, who was dead on impact, which has led to the arrest of a person It attached to the alleged perpetrators of the crimes of homicide, injuries, robbery, dangerous driving and resistance and disobedience to law enforcement.

The investigation began last April 27, when the Civil Guard became aware of the abuse of a woman of 61 and a citizen of Ecuador, occurred in the RMD-22 highway in the municipality of Totana, who was deceased as a result of impact .

Meritorious agents traveled to the scene where they found a van, with obvious signs of having caused the abuse and body, already dead, a woman who allegedly walked by that point.

The vehicle had been stolen with the keys, a few hours earlier in a nearby farm and practiced in both the vehicle and the scene of the death ocular inspection led to the suspicion that it was an intentional homicide.

This situation put the policemen on the trail of stolen several vans in Totana, Lorca and Torre Pacheco, who had also stolen with the keys, while their owners were doing some type of agricultural work, which made suspect researchers from the same author.

The aim of their attacks were elderly

Subsequent inquiries related to a male person, of Moroccan nationality and numerous police records with these thefts.

The suspect was known for his violent and wandering, having no known address attitude, and appeared repeatedly in the vicinity of the towns of Lorca, Mazarrón and Totana, where besides the theft of agricultural transport vehicles, there had been three attacks on people elderly.

Research continued to determine that this individual was suspected of at least three attacks on elderly, who were injured in varying degrees, by surprise and violent assaults committed with stones and sharp objects, which resulted in one arrest occasions.

Cooperation of the local police in Fuente Alamo

The next day the outrage and death of the victim, a staff of the local police in Fuente Alamo noted the presence in the town of Cuevas de Reyllo, a box truck whose driver was driving recklessly causing serious risk to the rest of road users.

The suspect, realizing the police presence, jumped from the moving vehicle and fled on foot, but was intercepted by local police who showed a violent and aggressive.

The cooperation of the local police specialists Judicial Police of the Guardia Civil, who investigated the murder, bore fruit with the full identification of this person, who had given a false identity, and on which weighed a search warrant on suspicion the murder of Totana.

Information obtained by the researchers determined that the now detained was behind the theft of a van in Totana, with which intentionally ran over a woman, who was deceased, in addition to the attack on three elders in Lorca, Totana and Mazarrón and the theft of three cars and a house.

Operation 'KNEW' has culminated in the arrest of a person male, 31, a Moroccan national who is credited with the alleged perpetrators of the crimes of homicide, injuries, against traffic safety, vehicle theft, robbery vehicle and housing strength and resistance and disobedience to law enforcement.

The arrest and the proceedings have been brought before the Court of Instruction No. 4 of Cartagena and has been remanded in custody without bail.

Source: Ministerio del Interior

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