Post a Comment Print Share on Facebook
Featured Feijóo Policía Inmigración Irán Afganistán

About twenty people with criminal records go to the Barbate barracks and threaten the civil guards

The incident occurred minutes after a patrol stopped a car that was traveling at high speed.

- 6 reads.

About twenty people with criminal records go to the Barbate barracks and threaten the civil guards

The incident occurred minutes after a patrol stopped a car that was traveling at high speed.

About twenty people with various backgrounds went to the Barbate barracks (Cádiz) on Tuesday afternoon, uttering threats and rebuking the civil guards who were there, according to what sources from the Civil Guard have informed Europa Press.

Around 5:30 p.m., a Civil Guard patrol observed a car traveling at high speed through the urban area of ​​the Cadiz town. After catching up with him, they ordered the four occupants - all adult males - to leave the vehicle.

At this moment, one of them got back into the vehicle, giving an acceleration that was about to run over one of the Civil Guard agents. They reproached them for the act and the four subjects began to rebuke them in that same place.

Barely an hour after this event, about 20 people, including two of the occupants of the vehicle - brothers along with another man and a woman - showed up at the Barbate post and began to scold the agents.

The aforementioned official sources have indicated that the twenty individuals are almost all belonging to the same family known in the area who, in addition, accumulate several crimes of drug trafficking, injuries, threats, crimes against road safety and against property, among others.

In a message on social networks, the Unified Association of Civil Guards (AUGC) of Cádiz has denounced this fact, ensuring that these people who have approached the doors of the barracks have shouted "it had to happen to you like those at the port", in reference to the murder of two civil guards on February 9 when they were run over by a drug boat in the Cádiz port of Barbate.

Among other expletives, the association has pointed out that they heard "we have to kill you" and "we have weapons." Likewise, the association has added that the barracks had its doors closed and, therefore, the twenty people did not access its interior.

For this reason, AUGC Cádiz has demanded permanent reinforcement in the Cadiz municipality and that it be declared an area of ​​special uniqueness.

Keywords:
Guardia Civil