They proceeded to impose a 45-day preventive closure of Zagua, the bowling alley where riots involving high school students had occurred the previous Sunday.
This Tuesday morning and in the presence of the province’s security minister, Luis Martín, the Alto Comedero dance venue, where hundreds of high school students participated as part of a party, was closed.,
The “War of the Promo”, as the event was called, ended with unbalanced minors and some delays.
The party, which began on Sunday afternoon, ended after the venue exceeded its authorized capacity and those responsible for the bowling alley decided to close the doors to prevent more students from entering.
Around the dance venue, over 200 minors who were left without tickets in hand protested when they were stopped from entering and some of them threw stones at the building and police personnel.
Under these circumstances, Zaigua’s private security personnel reportedly fired pepper spray at the exits of students inside the campus and it was there that a stampede of youths fleeing the effects of the gas occurred.
Due to the commotion, five minors are crippled and have to take care of Sam. Besides, two minors and one person above 18 years of age were detained for throwing stones and destroying a police mobile.
The provincial security minister, Luis Martin, was present at the closing of the nightclub, who said the incidents on Sunday night were being investigated. “We are going to try to verify a series of violations and irregularities. Criminal Justice is going to work to analyze what definition of crimes is appropriate for those responsible for the premises dueling and the bowling alley Might be possible.”
,There are children who say they were not allowed to go outside and this may be an unjustified deprivation of liberty, There were also riots inside the bowling alley, but all this is subject to the provisions of criminal justice, both the controlling judge and the special prosecutor for this type of event,” the security minister explained.