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A man with a physical disability was riddled with bullets in Guasmo; according to the Police, he was engaged in micro-trafficking

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Darwin Chamorro Contreras, 30, was shot to death a few meters from his home, on the night of Wednesday, November 23, at the Nuevo Horizonte cooperative, in northern Guasmo.

Years ago, the now deceased had lost his right leg in an accident and was sitting in an alley last night, with his crutch, when two men on a motorbike came up and shot him.

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Although he was taken to the Guasmo hospital by his relatives, the doctors there only confirmed the man’s death.

On the morning of this Thursday the 24th, his relatives put a candle at the scene of the attack.

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Colonel José Luis Erazo, deputy chief of the South district, explained that the attack would have occurred due to a territorial dispute, since Chamorro, according to his family, was a micro-trafficker.

The police officer said that when talking with the witnesses they learned that the attackers were from the sector and lived a few blocks from the crime scene.

“Although an operation was carried out, they could not be located in the area,” said the deputy chief of the district.

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In addition to the four ballistic evidence found at the place where Chamorro was murdered, the Criminalistics agents found a deformed bullet that had reached a corner house.

The projectile reached the room of some minors who were getting ready to sleep. Fortunately, the stray bullet did not hit them.

In the South district, 180 violent deaths have been recorded to date. (YO)

Source: Eluniverso

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