Three women arrested for alleged university fraud in El Tigre

Three women arrested for alleged university fraud in El Tigre

Three women were arrested by officials of the Anzoátegui (Polianzoátegui) State Police for alleged fraud with university career offers.

The general director of that security body, Power Cano Nieto, reported that the three citizens are linked to a university fraud network that has so far accounted for at least 400 victims in the state, including police officers.

Cano Nieto pointed out that the capture took place on Monday night, in the city of El Tigre, after an investigation that began more than a month ago in the Simón Rodríguez municipality.

The also head of the regional citizen security cabinet, pointed out that one of the citizens identified as Nacheli López (50 years old), posing as a spokesperson for the Rómulo Gallegos National Experimental University, which is based in the state of Guárico, offered “mobile classrooms ” to pursue university studies for amounts that varied between 50 and 150 dollars for each applicant.

“Until now, 400 people, including police officers and civilians, have been scammed by the citizen Nacheli López, who through social networks and brochures, offered university degrees such as law, nursing, veterinary medicine and psychology,” said the police chief.

He assured that López also identified herself as president of the Human Rights Committee attached to the Ombudsman’s Office, information that was denied by the Ombudsman in the South zone, Osmiler Castro.

Cano Nieto reported that María Sunilde López de Almeida (50) and Aiskel Isabel Márquez (48) were also arrested for the same act, remaining at the order of the Seventh Prosecutor of the Public Ministry.

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