As the days after the escape of Roberto Carlos Rejas -the femicide of Milagros Avellaneda and the murderer of his son, Benicio Coronel– it became known that the head of the Fire Department of the Police of the province, Martin Carlos Aguilar Moreno, had warned that the site did not meet the conditions to house a criminal of the stature of Rejas.
The court, made up of the judges Stella Maris Arce, Alicia Freidenberg and Eduardo Romero Lascano, had resolved that the criminal await his final transfer to the Villa Urquiza jail at that site. The place was not, however, suitable to house Rejas, who ended up easily escaping from there.
A couple of days after the flight was completed, the lieutenant governor -in charge of the Executive Power-, Osvaldo Jaldo, received the families of the victims, and after the meeting announced the definitive closure of the fire station as a detention space.
“We are going to close, because security is not given. The facts show that there is no security for anyone. We are at risk of another escape,” Jaldo had admitted after the meeting.
Later, he had added that he would communicate his decision to the Justice, so that it relocates the detainees who remained there pending the transfer to Villa Urquiza.