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A man was murdered with a stab wound to the chest after an argument in Bahía Blanca

The episode occurred meters from Independence Park in the city of Bahía

A 41-year-old man was stabbed to death in the chest after an argument in the Buenos Aires city of White Bay. For the incident there is a detainee, 39, accused of the crime of “homicide.”

Although it was known this Thursday, the crime happened this Wednesday afternoon at the intersection of the streets Agustín de Arrieta y Balboaa few meters from Independence Park, in that city in the south of the Province of Buenos Aires.

According to the news agency Telam, the Local Police were warned of what happened by a passer-by who was walking a dog. The neighbor observed an argument between two homeless people who lived in the area.

According to the witness’s account, one of them came out from under an area of ​​trees holding his chest and then fell to the ground. The victim, later identified as Eduardo Adrian Alvarezhad a puncture wound in the chest area and died at the scene.

After the incident, the Police arrested a suspect, identified as Maximiliano Sosawho was hidden behind the trees.

Both victim and perpetrator were people in street situationsaccording to sources in the case Infobae. In addition, they added that the reasons that triggered the brawl are still unclear and are also a matter of investigation.

The case involved the Functional Instruction Unit N°5 of the Bahía Blanca Judicial Department, in charge of Jorge Antonio Viegowho ordered the proceedings for the crime of “homicide.”

Woman murdered and charred Barracas

Four days before, just over 600 kilometers from Bahía Blanca, They found a charred corpse in an old collapsed shed in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Barracks. A man who was homeless was arrested for the crime.

The macabre discovery happened on Sunday, November 19, at 3:00 p.m., shortly before the close of the elections on the day of the presidential runoff. Horrified, The man ran to notify the Federal Police personnel that guards the property and the Federal Justice began an investigation.

After analyzing the remains, the Forensic Medical Corps determined that, due to the bone characteristics, It was a woman between 40 and 70 years old.1.50 meters high. His name was unknown and remains unknown to this day.. The man who reported the body did not know how to say anything about her, nor did the other homeless people and basic consumers who frequented the place.

For now, there is a detainee. The Homicide Division – which depends on the Superintendency of Federal Investigations – captured 800 Monteagudo Street. Exequiel Patricio Suarez24 years old, a homeless man.

Exequiel Suárez, the detained suspect
Exequiel Suárez, the detained suspect

Urban violence does not stop. A few days before, also in Capital Federal, a homeless man who had been injured by another person on the street with a knife attacked two police officers of the City and, even, to the SAME doctor who tried to help him.

It all started with several calls to 911 after 3 p.m. The complainants realized that two homeless people got into a fight at the intersection of Marcelo T. de Alvear and Carlos Pellegrini. “One of them gave the other a short puncture wound,” the sources of the case explained to Infobae.

In that sense, personnel from Neighborhood Police Station 1A of the City Police went to the scene and, when they wanted to subdue them, two police officers ended up with them. minor injuries. The sources explained that an inspector received injuries to one of his hands, while a senior officer ended up with an injury to his left arm.

Meanwhile, the SAME doctor who approached the injured homeless man to perform a checkup, “the man kicked him in the chest“, they said and added that the professional “filed the complaint at the Neighborhood Police Station 1A” against the aggressor.

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