Personnel from the Supranational Money Laundering Prosecutor’s Office and Diviac carried out a raid on the house of the former Governor of Junín and Secretary General of Free Peru Vladimir Cerrón Rojas, in Huancayo. This operation would be carried out within the framework of the investigation that is being carried out for the alleged commission of the crime of money laundering to the detriment of the State.
For the second time, the judge of the Second National Preparatory Investigation Court, John Pillaca Valdez, authorized the measure of search, home and personal search, seizure of property and lockout. The diligence against Vladimir Cerrón was carried out at around 8 a.m. yesterday, with the purpose of finding accounting financial information in the following documents: inventory book and balance sheets of the Cerrón party from 2008 to 2021, cash book and banks corresponding to the period 2008-2021 and record of purchases, which emerges from the Los Dinámicos del Centro case.
Another purpose was to find information, in documents and other related objects, on the contribution of money and on the assets acquired and used within the political campaigns of Peru Libre and its members in the aforementioned period.
According to preliminary information from the National Police during the raid on the house of Vladimir Cerrón in Huancayo, 19 $100 bills, documents, a shotgun, USB, hard drives and others were found that were taken out in sacks.
The office of the “vest”
The simultaneous proceedings were carried out in the house located in the Los Dogos jirón, in the La Rivera sector, and in the office located in the Breña building owned by Reynaldo Misayauri Cañari, who now owns the office that belonged to Cerrón Rojas and that It was sold. As reported today by Peru 21, MIsayari Cañari is none other than the father-in-law of police non-commissioned officer Carlos Wilfredo Zárate Villalobos. As it is recalled, this character was designated for the custody of the regional governor of Junín, Fernando Orihuela Rojas, however it was discovered that he provided security service to Vladimir Cerrón.
According to the judicial search warrant requested by the money laundering prosecutor Richard Rojas and approved by the Judiciary as part of the investigations against Cerrón Rojas and Peru Libre, the Zárate Villalobos family would have been benefiting from contracts for almost 8 million soles with the Regional Government of Junín and municipalities linked to the Peru Libre political party for the execution of various works, including road maintenance, machinery rental, sale of aggregate material, among others, “identifying so far an approximate S / 25′ 462,806″, he points out.