Perimeter and conditional prison for setting fire to his ex's car and cutting his eyebrow

Lucía Sandra Guajardo was sentenced to 7 months in prison and prohibited from approaching for two years after hitting her ex-partner with a cell phone and setting his car on fire. The incident occurred in the early hours of Thursday, in the Huarpe neighborhood, in Pocito.

According to the sources, the victim went on Wednesday the 12th, around 11:00 p.m., to the home of her ex-partner with whom she has four children to give him money and stayed for a couple of hours, together with a friend. When he left, Guajardo got into the car and despite the fact that his ex asked him to get out, he stayed there.

The driver drove a couple of meters and left the vehicle, after arguing and receiving a blow to the eyebrow. The woman had hit him in the face with the cell phone and caused a cut. The owner of the car got out, walked to his mother’s house and after a few minutes he found out that the mother of his children had completely set his vehicle on fire.

After making the complaint, Guajardo was arrested and this Friday he received his sentence.

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