This Wednesday and after not agreeing to an abbreviated trial, a subject was sentenced to two years in effective prison for illegal possession of a firearm for civilian use without due legal authorization.
Judicial sources reported that on February 24 a search was carried out that was ordered because it was suspected that in the house inhabited by Cristian Eduardo Cortez, in Chimbas, there were narcotics, marijuana plants and seeds and elements linked to these substances.
Police from the Department of Illegal Drugs executed the order of Federal Court 2 of San Juan, and in addition to finding what they were looking for, they also found a firearm with ammunition.
Cortez acknowledged that it was his property but was unable to prove legal ownership. Thus, in addition to the file that begins in the federal Justice, he also had to give explanations for the weapon in Flagrancy.
Last Monday there was no agreement, so in the last hours he was sentenced to two years in effective prison as a repeat offender.