Cuenca and National Criminal Activity (Cuenca) Thirty-two months in prison, a fine of eight unified basic salaries and $1,500 of comprehensive reparation was the sentence issued by the Criminal Guarantees Court in Cuenca to two individuals who on December 26, 2018 physically and verbally assaulted uniformed men the Citizen Guard. The incident occurred in the front of the El Arenal Shopping Center, while the citizen guards requested the withdrawal of street sales located in the sector. Carlos Tamaríz Ochoa, judge of the Court, ruled for the citizens David M. and Cristian B. the offense of attack or resistance, typified in article 283…
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