This morning he was presented before the control judge of room 16, the detainee Carlos Miguel H.who is alleged to be responsible for the homicide committed against photojournalist Ismael Villagómez Tapia, events that occurred early last Thursday.
The hearing for the formulation of charges began after 10 in the morning and included the Public Ministry, defense lawyers of the detainee and family membersboth the alleged perpetrator and the victim.
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According to the information handled this morning, the other two arrested in this case, Carlos CB and Jesús Adrián CT They were presented before a control judge in courtroom 1 for the crime of drug dealing, since in their belongings, when they were arrested, doses of a white powder, apparently cocaine, were found.
The arrest of these three people took place hours after having committed the crime against the photographer who worked as an InDrive platform driver.
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The report of the investigative agents and the specialized personnel of Expert Services, The body was located at 01:53 a.m. this Thursday on Article 27 and Sinaloa streets in the Fronteriza Alta neighborhood.being the first responders, elements of the Municipal Public Security Secretariat of the Central District.
He was found in the pilot’s seataboard a Hyundai brand vehicle, gray Elantra type, with license plates from the state of Chihuahua. He had an injury to his left eyeball, apparently from a gunshot.
Prosecutor Carlos Manuel Salas He indicated that everything necessary was done to clarify the facts and that a specialized team, which has not rested since it became known.
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The arrest of these three people, who apparently are part of a gang that is dedicated to assaulting platform drivers, was recorded after investigators They located a voter ID card and a telephone belonging to one of those arrested.
Originally published in The Herald of Juárez