This Friday, the Justice of Mar del Plata issued preventive detention for the police officer accused of shooting the 16-year-old, Luciano Olivera, on December 10, in Miramar.
Due to the fact, the cash Maximiliano Abel González, 25, was charged with “triple aggravated homicide”. for having been committed by a member of a security force, through the use of firearms and with treachery”, which provides for life imprisonment in a future oral trial.
In addition to González, the policemen Nélson Albornoz, Rocío Mastrángelo and Kevin Guerricagoitia are arrested, who are charged with the crimes of “doubly aggravated cover-up and false testimony in an ideal contest.”
For the prosecutor Ana María Caro, it is accredited through various testimonies and evidence obtained in the investigation that González shot Luciano to death in the early hours of Friday, December 10 last.
“Police personnel belonging to the Miramar Patrol Command were carrying out crime prevention tasks on public roads and were summoned by radio call because there would be loud music in the amphitheater of the central square delimited by streets 21, 24, 23 and 26 of Miramar,” Caro said in his request for preventive detention.
Then, a police mobile began tracking a Yamaha YBR 125 motorcycle, driven by the teenager, to the intersection of 9th Avenue between 34th and 32nd Streets, in Miramar. There, “Luciano Olivera is face to face with another police mobile, being a Toyota Hilux pick up, which joined the interception” of the victim.
The patrol car braked “abruptly on 9th Avenue towards the sea, when observing the young man in the motor vehicle on 9th Avenue in the opposite direction and in the direction of 40th Avenue, three police officers descended on the scene and a fourth police officer remained inside the cell phone, who would have called a halt”.
According to the prosecution, “Police officer Maximiliano Abel González, who had descended from the rear left side of the aforementioned police mobile, and acting on the safe side, with clear intentions of killing him -since the young Olivera did not possess any element that could put at imminent risk the life of the acting police personnel or of third parties-, he extracted his regulation weapon Bersa brand pistol caliber 9 millimeters -which had 14 ammunition-“.
According to the instruction, the defendant fired a shot “in a surprising manner against the humanity of Luciano Olivera”, who could not know his “untimely action in order to take shelter, since he was driving the motor vehicle and he was still in movement at a distance greater than one meter, from where González and the other troops were.