Chief arrested in FAES-Zulia for firing on son's residence of a diplomat



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Zulia– Commander Pedro Espinoza, commander of the Special Action Force of the Bolivarian National Police (PNB) of the Zulia axis, was detained by officers of the Sebin and Bolivarian National Guard (GNB) after a suspected explosive attack and a firearm. fire in the residence of the son of Captain Jorge Durán Centeno, ambassador of Venezuela in Panama.

The person affected is Yonder Durán and the arrest warrant against the commissioner was issued by the Republican prosecutor, Tarek William Saab. Details of the event are unknown. The official was taken to the headquarters of the D111 of GNB

Between Zulia and Trujillo.

Downcast 5 band members

dedicated to the theft of public transport

Baralt's Public Security Directorate reported that at midnight Sunday five members of the "El Cagon" criminal gang were killed in a series of crimes committed between the states of Zulia and Trujillo, including the attack on public transport.

The event occurred when a commission of the local GNB Los Rurales command was notified of the presence of armed individuals who formed a "alcabala" in the sector of El Guaimaral, to attack the citizens who passed by.

Immediately a group of Detachment 119 of the military component, along with officers of Polibaralt moved to the place and noticed the presence of several suspects.

Later, they used firearms and attacked military officers and officers, which caused an intense exchange of shots, where some fell and others died when they arrived at the Outpatient of the Seven Concession.

They were identified as Reiber José Peña Carrillo, dubbed "El Mana"; Raifer Peña, dubbed "El Yayo"; Orlando Beleño, nicknamed "The Lefty"; Antonio Domínguez, dubbed "El Guajiro" and Hernán José Justo Peña.

All members of the negative group "El Cagon" presented a wide police background for crimes related to drug trafficking, homicide, aggravated robbery and illicit weapons, while they were investigated for alleged connection with the death of the mayor of La Ceiba. , Marco Tulio Carrillo, as well as several homicides recorded in the lower area of ​​Trujillo.

Three fire-type shotgun guns and two home-made guns were seized at the spot where the confrontation was recorded, the same ones used by the malefactors against the uniformed ones.

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