The province of Neuquén is in shock after the case of a woman who was brutally attacked by her son because she was not allowed to buy a firearm.
The event took place on Thursday at 18:30 in the city of Centenario, in a house located on Calle Honduras and José Martí. The woman called the police after being beaten.
Although the boy's age was not known, it was known that everything began with a discussion. The boy wanted to buy a gun on the black market and his mother would not let him.
After locking himself in his room, the woman called the police. When the alert for a possible case of gender violence was activated, a cell phone from the Fifth Police Station was rushed to the scene and Sergeant Gladys Almendra took the lead with the idea of helping the woman.
Once in the house, the sergeant began to talk with the victim who had told him the episode of violence that had suffered. The young man was not in sight, but artistically he appeared on the scene and threw a 3/4 plastic screw cap into the police face.
The object caused a deep cut from the top of the right eye to the nose. Immediately her companions intervened and when the sergeant bled to death they immediately transferred her to the Centenario hospital where she was assisted by the guard and they gave her 12 points. The young policewoman was coming home with a combination of painkillers.
The assailant was delayed by the police and placed at the disposition of the prosecution both for the attack on his mother and for the sergeant of the police station.