The policeman This morning it reported that a 16-year-old minor is one of the two people who died last Sunday during a shootout as part of an operation in the resort of Punta Salinas, in Toa Baja.
In addition to the two people who died, the intervention culminated in the arrest of 12 people. According to the uniformed version, they are all alleged members of a criminal organization led by someone identified by the police as Edwin Rivera PerezNicknamed “Bobo”.
The minor who died in this police intervention was identified as Obaid Garcia Beltran. Details of whether he participated in the shootout with the police were not released.
A police operation in Toa Baja against an organization suspected of having committed several murders resulted in two deaths and 12 arrests on May 29, 2022. (supplied)
Police said the intervention was made strategically on the outskirts of the resort town of Punta Salinas. (supplied)
In the photo, one of the people arrested by the police in the Punta Salinas operation. (supplied)
Police Commissioner Antonio López Figueroa talks with Colonel Roberto Rivera in front of the spa entrance. (supplied)
A view of the resort of Punta Salinas, which is frequented during the summer.
(Vanessa Sierra Diaz)
Meanwhile, the second deceased has been identified as Jonathan Miguel Martinez Rodriguez, 30 years old.
According to the latest report on this process, the deceased had a criminal record. Martinez Rodriguez, according to Uniformada, was linked to an alleged attempt break into the car With another person against a motorcyclist in Guaynabo, last Friday. In the midst of the aforementioned incident, the owner of the boat and one of the attackers were injured when the former fired in an act of alleged self-defense.
On Sunday, it was reported that 10 of the 12 people arrested in Madkhala were between the ages of 18 and 32. They also arrested a 17-year-old girl. new day The names of those arrested will not be released until criminal charges are brought.
According to the police account, five of the intruders had a criminal record with charges ranging from violations of Law 54 to prevent and interfere with domestic violence, escalation, unlawful appropriation, controlled substance and rape.