Author of homicide in Soledade dies in confrontation with police | F5 News

Author of homicide in Soledade dies in confrontation with police | F5 News
Author of homicide in Soledade dies in confrontation with police | F5 News
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The Public Security Secretariat of Sergipe (SSP-SE) released this Monday afternoon (1st) the elucidation of the murder of Matheus Silva da Rocha, a crime that occurred on January 19th of this year, in the Soledade neighborhood, in Aracaju (SE) . The perpetrator of the crime died this Monday in a police confrontation, the ministry said.

According to information from the Public Security Secretariat (SSP-SE), after the burial of a drug dealer, the victim gave a ride to the perpetrator of the crime, both members of the same criminal association that operates in the Cidade Nova neighborhood and rivals the group from Japanzinho, involved in homicides and drug trafficking.

During the journey, a disagreement between the vehicle’s occupants resulted in the victim’s execution. The first shots were fired inside the car, and later, the perpetrator went to the driver’s door to fire final shots. The entire action was caught on security cameras.

The images corroborate the injuries described in the cadaveric report, proving the authorship of the crime. The investigation also traced the author’s escape route using security camera images, confirming his destination to his mother’s residence.

Based on the evidence collected, SSP-SE issued an arrest warrant for the author. On Monday morning, during an attempt to execute the warrant by a Getam team, the individual reacted by shooting at the police, according to the report.

The SSP reported that, in the confrontation, the perpetrator was hit and, despite being taken to the hospital, he succumbed to his injuries and died.


The article is in Portuguese

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