Killed at Cota 905 gunman requested for six homicides

Killed at Cota 905 gunman requested for six homicides

A Cicpc commission tried to arrest José Luis Bastardo (47), alias Coquito, but he started an exchange of shots where he was killed, according to a report spread on the scientific police networks.

That confrontation occurred on Avenida Guzmán Blanco, Cota 905 where a criminal structure called Banda del Koki operated, which was evicted in July 2021 through the operation Gran Cacique Guaicaipuro I.

The deceased was requested by the 2nd, 32nd and 47th courts of Caracas for the crime of homicide. He was also being investigated for the murders of Douglas José Cabrera Sanz, Erika María Vega Fernández, Carlos Enrique Aguilera Rodríguez, Darwin Manuel Villanueva Briceño, Edwin José Pérez Hernández, and Glen Manuel Uriana Fernández, the Cicpc said.

In another procedure, agents from Detachment 114 of the Bolivarian National Guard (GNB) confronted individuals from the JL criminal group, dedicated to collecting vaccines from businesses in La Cañada de Urdaneta (Zulia).

The report states that this confrontation occurred precisely in the La Estrella sector of the aforementioned Zulian municipality where, in addition to the military, officials of the Bolivarian National Police participated.

Two dead individuals identified as José Alberto Urdaneta Fernández and José Luis León Urdaneta, who possessed a Glock 9 mm pistol and a .38 revolver, fell at the site.

And in the central town of Guayabal 95, Ezequiel Zamora municipality (Villa de Cura), Aragua, the leader of the El Manao criminal group was killed, who confronted the military with a .38 Smith & Wesson revolver, according to a report from the Detachment 421 of the GNB. The Prosecutor’s Office was informed of the operations.

On the other hand, the subject killed in San Agustín last Thursday, is known by the nickname of El Wingert, who confronted officials of the Bolivarian National Police.

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