Recently, he reported being a victim of a scam of the same characteristics with the alleged intention of avoiding his criminal responsibility regarding his previous detention
He is credited with the alleged authorship of crime simulation crime
The Civil Guard of the Region of Murcia, in the framework of the operation 'KELMUSE II', has developed an investigation to clarify a scam denounced by a neighbor of Torre Pacheco that has culminated with the arrest of the complainant as alleged perpetrator of simulation crime of crime.
The investigation began when a neighbor of Torre Pacheco reported having been the subject of a crime of fraud.
In his complaint he narrated a series of charges to his credit card, not authorized, made through various gaming platforms on the Internet.
The Civil Guard opened the corresponding investigation and learned that this person had been arrested last January as the alleged author of a crime of similar characteristics, committed against a family member, an elderly woman, whose bank account was stolen more than 4,000 Euros
That investigation allowed us to find out that after falsifying the signature of a close relative, he issued an authorization to use his credit card, to link it to gambling websites where he charged more than 4,000 euros.
In view of the judicial process opened by the Court of Instruction number 1 of San Javier for this cause, and with the supposed intention of avoiding his criminal responsibility, the detainee now prepared an alibi.
To do this, he reported having been the victim of a similar crime to make the agents believe that whoever had cheated him could also be behind the scam for which he was arrested.
Operation 'KELMUSE II' has culminated in the arrest of the suspect as the alleged perpetrator of a crime simulation crime.
The 38-year-old Spanish arrested, a neighbor of Torre Pacheco and with numerous records for similar crimes and the proceedings taken have been made available to the Court of Instruction of San Javier (Murcia).
Source: Ministerio del Interior