A police procedure for threats between neighbors has played an important role. Seizures of arms and ammunition in the Bella Vista Oeste neighborhood, As color data, the police photo of everything that was confiscated included a cap with the phrase “silver or lead”Dedicated to pablo escobar, a Colombian drug trafficker was murdered in 1993 and has become a cultural icon for youth associated with drug crime. On the same day, a painting with the actor who played the head of the Medellin cartel in the series on a large scale Narcos and with the other Tony Montanacharacter of scarfaceInvolved in the kidnapping of a pistol in an extortion process in the North West sector.
The event took place in Lima at 2300 between Riobamba and Cerrito. A cell phone from the Radioelectric Command (CRE) led to a call from a man who claimed that his neighbor had threatened to kill him with a shotgun.
The agents went to the stated address and were attended by a woman and the accused person, Hernan Q (29), who handed over a 32 caliber revolver. According to police sources, when asked if he had any more weapons, he handed them over. A shotgun and a large number of cartridges and ammunition: a total of 125 different calibers. The couple has been taken into custody and kept at the 32nd police station.
Although he was not abducted, a cap with the words silver or lead adorned the picture of the police abduction. In Rosario, where hundreds of cases of extortion have been reported with this type of conversation, the phrase is already a way of naming this type of crime.
A similar amount of popular drug paraphernalia from Hollywood productions was “hijacked” in a process by the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) for a case of extortion. It is a painting that portrays the Cuban narco Tony Montana, the character of Al Pacino in Scarface (1983), who, like Pablo Escobar—though in fiction—ended up shot. In addition, the AIC photo included a postcard of the actor who played Escobar in the Netflix series “Narcos,” which, in addition to entertainment, is a cultural reference to local crime.
The Shooting Brigade called Juan B. Justo conducted three raids in a corridor of 8700, the Stella Maris neighborhood, and 27-year-old Susanna B. and arrested Jose Luis “Negro Caravana” L., 41. During the search, they seized a 9-millimetre pistol, the numbers were removed and 97 were cocaine wrappers.
They also confiscated a license plate and annotations similar to the letter found in the extortion note, which would be checked by investigators, he indicated, in addition to computer elements to make the assessment.
The cause arose with an incident on 17 August at a business complex in Fisherton, two men leaving a threatening note so that the owners could pay and continue to operate.