17.6 C
United States of America
Monday, June 27, 2022

Judicial Power dictates 5 months of preventive prison for foreigner who beat police outside the Venezuelan embassy

The Seventh Preparatory Investigation Court of the Superior Court of Justice of Lima, issued 5 months of preventive detention for Luis Enrique Matos Molina, a citizen of Venezuelan nationality who attacked the non-commissioned officer PNP César Chávez Aguilar, outside the Venezuelan embassy in Peru.

LOOK HERE | Prosecutor’s Office would request 7 months of preventive detention for a foreigner who attacked the police

The Power of attorney established only 5 months of preventive detention for Matos Molina, despite the fact that the Public ministry he had requested 7 months of preventive detention. He was being investigated for violence and resistance to authority.

The foreigner remained detained in the Petit Thouars police station (Cercado de Lima) after beating the PNP agent who ordered him, last Wednesday, to withdraw from the diplomatic headquarters located on Arequipa Avenue.

The case

Apparently it all started when Luis Enrique Matos Molina He was allegedly blocking the entrance to the Venezuelan Embassy and the agent asked him to leave. However, the call for attention ended in a brawl in the middle of the street, according to the video recorded by a passerby.

LOOK HERE | Mininter invoked the “administrators of justice to act swiftly and firmly against a foreigner who attacked the police”

The fight ended when another agent arrived, who together with his colleague tried to intervene on the subject who chose to flee; however, it was neutralized within minutes.



  • Cercado de Lima: subject beat police officers outside the Venezuelan Embassy | VIDEO
  • We are Peru Congressman after a foreigner attacked the police: “I wonder, where do you think they are?”
  • Ángel Véliz: the woman who stabbed a bodybuilder in San Borja was sentenced | VIDEO

Latest news
- Advertisement -
Related news


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here