Police from the city police traveled around the area when they saw two men on a motorcycle on Calle Virry Liners Street 900 When they noticed the police presence, they made an evasive maneuver and hid behind a parked truck.
This attitude attracted the attention of the police, who approached in order to identify the suspects. When viewing the data, the system showed that a motorcycle driver, a citizen of Uruguay at the age of 36, had an obstacle to entering the country with expulsion if found.
The request came from the National Criminal Court number 4 Marcelo Peluzzi.
Besides, his interlocutor also registered the current order of seizure for theft.
The detainees were transferred to the local police station 5B of the city police and transferred to the disposal of justice. The National Criminal and Correctional Court No. 62 intervened in the incident, leading Patricia Guishand, who ordered the release of both suspects.
The case of the Colombian motorcycle, released after paying 700 pesos
Jurado Mora, 25, arrived in the country just over three months ago and never settled down. Last Tuesday, January 22, he stole a cell phone of a young woman of 18 years old, who was waiting to cross the traffic light on Avenida La Plata to 100. The offender, who was on board the Bajaj Dominar 400 motorcycle, snatched the Iphone 7 and disappeared at all speeds.
The thief was arrested by the police station 5A of the city police a few blocks after a short chase, which ended after he made a bad maneuver and crashed into a car.
In his native Colombia, Jurado Mora has an important conviction: in 2011, he was convicted of “aggravated robbery”, in 2016 he was discovered for domestic violence, and in 2017 he was sentenced to 4 years and 6 months for illegal arms trafficking in his country.
By order of Criminal Prosecutor's Office No. 54, responsible for Dora Olivieri, after his arrest, he was charged with “attempting to rob the motorcycle mode”. The next day The National Criminal Court in Correctional Facility No. 62, responsible for Patricia Susana Gishandut, filed a case against Jurado Mora for “preliminary robbery” and appointed her a probationary period.
To this end, the magistrate imposed in an abbreviated court session the obligation to fulfill four conditions: to streamline its situation in the field of migration, to be present monthly in the control zone and the Office of Criminal Prosecution, not to use drugs or alcohol during the year and pay compensation to the Theft Victim from $ 700. Thus, Jurado Mora regained his freedom on Thursday.