San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
Agents Directorate of Police Intelligence (DPI) And this Advocate against organized crime Work to achieve fingerprint analysis Jesus Valmana Cruz sentenced to 63 years in prison But he also served as an administrator and supplier of weapons and narcotics to gang 18.
In order to avoid prison, the gang member injured his fingers to erase his fingerprints, while another friend is serving his sentence in the El Poso prison in Santa Barbara’s Ilama.
Valmana Cruz, foreigner, After enjoying his freedom for many years, he was caught by DPI agents driving a car in Sula, San Pedro, on Wednesday night.
During the operation, the arrested person handed over five million lambs to agents, for which the prosecutor’s office accused him of bribery by an individual.
They were also charged with using false documents, confiscating the identity of others and violating a sentence.
For these crimes, Jesus Valmana Cruz was sent to jail, and the judge set a preliminary hearing at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 8th.
At that hearing, the public prosecutor’s office must provide for the new offenses charged.
Another of the practices they contribute to the investigation, which is in the immigration register of Valmana Cruz, they say they are traveling Mexico, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua
For several months, DPI agents were informed that the convicted person was free and had been traveling in luxury cars through several cities in Honduras.
On the day of the capture, Villas Maggie, who was living there, was leaving the neighborhood and traveling in a white car. Plates PDD-0707, when it is intercepted.
The subject identified himself with a card containing his photograph, but under the name Ricardo Essen Lopez Serrado, which was released on December 14, 2020. Inside the vehicle in which he was driving, a suitcase containing 34,775 lambs was seized. Notebooks with notes.
Jesus Valmana Cruz was convicted in 2015 of kidnapping and murdering Hector Antonio Ramos, a Ziba businessman, in November 2013. He was sentenced to 63 years and 4 months in prison for the crime of kidnapping and felony. .
But officials still do not know exactly when and where another gang member formed it. He is impersonating and enjoying his punishment.
As investigations continue, Jesus Walmana Cruz returns to prison to serve his sentence, and the DPI works with the prosecutor’s office to determine who is responsible. That he was free.
The case of Valmana Cruz is the second most common case of a prisoner, despite the lengthy sentence, on a large scale.
On May 27, 2017, Antimarus force Jose Virgilio Sanchez, who was sentenced to 500 years in prison for the murder of 17 people, captured Montoya, or Pechocho. By comparing the fingerprints they confirmed that Pekocho was able to get out of jail, but they did not hold any person responsible.
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