‘I have not killed anyone’: woman detained for violating isolation claims – Crimes – Justice

The Police arrested in Tunja (Boyacá) 9 men and 7 women for the crime of Violation of Sanitary Measures.

The police indicated that thanks to information provided by the community, about the holding of an alleged clandestine party located on the outskirts of the city of Tunja on the road that leads to the municipality of Motavita, Intelligence personnel managed to identify an establishment and enter the place.

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Upon arrival he found a large group of people chatting and consuming intoxicating drinks without complying with biosafety protocols and violating the Curfew and Prohibition measures imposed by the Boyacá government.

In the operative 7 women were detained, of which 6 are of foreign nationality and one Colombian, who range in ages from 20 to 30 years old and 9 natural men from Tunja with ages between 20 to 50 years.

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One of the women claimed to the agents who performed the procedure that she had not killed anyone and then insisted “I have not stolen from anyone either.”

To which the uniformed men asked him to put on the mouth guard and pointed out that he was putting his life at risk.

Another of the women related that they picked her up in a taxi to go to the party and that at that moment she did not think she could get into trouble: “if I could return time, I would be at my house and not going through these”.

He added that in principle he saw no inconvenience in going to the party and did not think it could have consequences.

The detainees were imposed a subpoena for “behaviors that affect relationships between people and the authorities number 2 Failure to comply, disrespect, ignore and impede the function or order of the Police “.

They were also made available to the Tunja sectional Prosecutor’s Office. The accusing body will have to define if they are charged with the crime of violation of sanitary measure.

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