The Madrid municipality of Torrelodones is experiencing an upturn in insecurity. Neighbors have gotten down to work to denounce the situation. They call, backed by Vox, a demonstration to, in particular, request the stoppage of the transfer of the Civil Guard Barracks House. “Against insecurity in Torrelodones”, the residents will gather before the passivity of the mayor, from an independent party.
On Saturday at twelve o’clock in the morning the demonstration will be held in the Plaza de la Constitución, in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento. The promoters of the protest is the Safe Neighborhood Association. “After the serious events that occurred in our municipality due to the brutal beating of our neighbor Kuru Villacieros It is time to express our indignation and ask for more protection measures from the neighbors,” they state in a statement to which OKDIARIO has had access. “Our municipality is in third place in the crime rates of the entire Community of Madrid,” they lament.
“We also defend the non-transfer of the Civil Guard as our mayor intends, Alfredo Garcia-Silver, in a personal decision and without prior consultation with the residents of the municipality”, they indicate. In addition, they reproach that the body of the Local Police is abandoned. Its own agents criticize the municipal management in terms of security.
The straw that broke the camel’s back is related to an event last week that joins other home invasions. This past Tuesday three individuals assaulted the house of the expilot and businessman at night Kuru Villacieros in Torrelodones. they gave him a severe beating for which he had to be transferred to a hospital.
As reported by sources of the investigation, the assault occurred when three hooded people They entered his home and attacked him with taser pistols. Cash and a vehicle were then stolen from him. The expilot, of 73 yearshas recounted in an interview in telemadrid collected by Europe Press that the delinquents forced him to lie on the ground, tied his hands and feet, and gagged him.
The assailants, after asking for the location of the safe in the house and given the negative response of the victim, who assured that there was none at home, the attackers fired various shots at them with the stun guns and they gave him a series of “kidney kicks.” Finally, according to the sources consulted, they left the house of the expilot and businessman after taking cash and a vehicle. The investigation is in the hands of the Civil Guard.