A man was charged with having carried out robberies in three stores in Yerba Buena. He had been filmed by security cameras while he committed these acts, according to judicial sources. He will now remain under preventive detention for 89 days.
The defendant, nicknamed “Carilla”, was apprehended on Saturday by personnel from the North Brigade in a property located at 400 Facundo Quiroga Street. A backpack containing one of the stolen items (a barcode reader) was also seized there. and a cap with the legend “Jeep” in black.
The modality that he used once he entered and after forcing the access door in two butcher shops and in a clothing store, was to crawl across the floor until he reached the cash register.
In a hearing held today, the assistant prosecutor Miguel Fernandez charged him with simple robbery (repeated) in real contest, as author for three events that occurred on February 26 and 28 last and 11 this month.
The investigator, a member of the Robbery and Theft Fiscal Unit I, who heads Diego Lopez Avilareferred to the time in which he committed them (at dawn and at siesta), which made it difficult to neutralize his actions due to the scarce circulation.
In addition, the representative of the Public Prosecutor’s Office (MPF) recalled that on May 13, 2021, for two acts, he was sentenced to one year in prison of conditional execution, plus rules of conduct (for a period of two years). For this reason, Fernández requested preventive detention for three months, which was validated by the acting judge for 89 days and transfer to the Villa Urquiza prison service.