In the early hours of Saturday (3), Luccas Abagge escaped from the prison where he was serving time in Dourados, Mato Grosso do Sul. The information was confirmed with the State Penitentiary of the city. Bagge’s mother is accused of killing Evadro Caetano, in Guaratuba, on the coast of Paraná, in 1992.
According to information gathered by the Campo Grande News portal, Luccas Abagge fled using a handmade rope. The information has not yet been confirmed by prison officers.
Luccas Abagge was arrested in Ponta Porã (MS) on June 18, trying to enter Brazil through the border with Paraguay. Considered by the police as dangerous and sentenced to more than 80 years in prison for crimes of murder, robberies and drug trafficking, he is the son of Beatriz Abagge, who responded to a lawsuit for the death of the boy Evandro Ramos Caetano, in Guaratuba, on the coast of Paraná, in the 90’s. And by an unfortunate coincidence, Luccas had a false document when he was arrested, just with the name of Evandro.
Luccas is already convicted of two homicides in Paraná. The first was the murder of teenager Matheus de Godoy Bueno, 16 years old at the time. The crime took place in 2015 at Alameda Doutor Carlos de Carvalho, in the Batel neighborhood of Curitiba. There was widespread discussion on the spot. But 15 minutes after the melee had subsided, Lucas returned with a gun and fired into the crowd. He killed Matheus and injured another teenager, who survived. For this crime, Luccas was sentenced in July 2019 to 32 years in prison.
The criminal was arrested a month later, but immediately fled from the State Central Penitentiary (PCE), in Piraquara, in the metropolitan region of Curitiba, a prison where bandits considered to be very dangerous are locked up.
Luccas’ mother, Beatriz Abagge, responded to the court case for the murder of the boy Evandro Ramos Caetano, in 1992 in Guaratuba, on the coast of Paraná. Investigations at the time pointed out that Beatriz and her mother, Celina Abagge, were the masterminds of the crime, a black magic ritual that required a child. Others involved in the crime were also tried. In the case of Beatriz and Celina, there were two juries. The first was the longest jury in the history of the Paraná judiciary, lasting about 30 days.
But the jury was overturned and a new trial took place. But in this case, only Beatriz responded to the crime, as Celina was already elderly and, given her age and current legislation, the crime “was out of date”.