Jacqueline Salazar Kidnapping: Prosecutor’s Office Seeks 18-Month Pretrial Detention Against Three Suspects

This is about Tree people Those caught while rescuing the businessman Jackie Salazar. The prosecutor’s office is responsible for their alleged crimes Criminal gangs and trafficking.

The Office of the First Provincial Corporate Criminal Prosecutor of Lima Norte (Second Office) A period of 18 months was sought Detention Jail On May 13, the three men allegedly abducted businesswoman Jacqueline Salazar.

On his X account (formerly Twitter), The Public Ministry mentioned that Provincial Inspector Ana Figueroa The move was required for alleged offenses of kidnapping and criminal gangs.

They are Dino Alfredo Cano Aliaga (28), alias ‘Sejon’; Luis Andres Soubis Morales (25), ‘Cheto’; and Brian Tony Yomona Quesada (30), known as ‘Nose’.

During this, the three were caught on Friday, 24th The rescue of the young businessmanIn a two-story property located in the Costas del Sol 2 Housing Association in the Lima district of Carabaillo.

He also stopped that day Armando Vasquez Zara (61), But he was released a day later after it was proved that he had no role in the kidnapping. General PNP Marco Conte, Head of the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (Drinkiri) of Police.

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In this case, the Authorized person Ten days remand against Felicita Ortiz Ruiz, Jonathan Manay Ortiz and Mireya Horna PinazoWho will also be involved in the kidnapping of the gym entrepreneur.

A few days ago, the police arrested him Jesus Santos Victorio is Jacqueline Salazar’s father-in-lawand to his son, Jesus Abraham Victorio Vallejos, Also for the alleged implications of this case.

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“I am brother-in-law George Salazar [padre de Jackeline] And to support him with geolocation, they intervened,” the uncle-in-law announced at the time of his arrest on May 27.

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