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Four captured in Aragua with 62 rifle bullets

In the Valle San Isidro sector, José Rafael Revenga municipality (El Consejo), José Félix Pariata Fernández (El Zorro) was captured.

Four members of criminal gangs operating in Aragua were captured and military material was seized, among others, according to reports.

In the Valle San Isidro sector, José Rafael Revenga municipality (El Consejo), José Félix Pariata Fernández (El Zorro) was captured, who was transporting 22 mini-wraps of marijuana (24 grams), a Cavim brand shotgun, 12 gauge, thirty and nine cartridges for 7.62x51 mm rifles; three light automatic rifle magazines and a radio transmitter, according to a report from Detachment 422 of the Bolivarian National Guard (GNB). The detainee is a member of the Carranga gang.

In Las Tejerías (Aragua), they caught two members of the Luis Manilla criminal gang dedicated to extortion and drug sales. One of the detainees was registered as Wilmer Adrián González Carrillo, from whom they seized a pamphlet of the type they usually use to intimidate their victims. They also confiscated a victim's payment control notebook and a cell phone, according to a report from the National Anti-Extortion and Kidnapping Command (Conas) No. 42.

The other detainee in Las Tejerías is James Jermain Rodríguez Arrechedera, who presented an arrest warrant from the 4th Court of Control of Aragua for the crime of extortion, among others.

And in the Los Tanques sector, Ezequiel Zamora municipality (Villa de Cura), the military detained the leader of the El Luigi gang, identified as Luigi Daniel Pereira Vegas, who at the time possessed a Cavim brand, 12 gauge shotgun; three 12 gauge cartridges; twenty cartridges for 7,62x39 mm caliber rifles and a radio transmitter.

The detainees were handed over to the Public Ministry for criminal prosecution for extortion, illicit possession of a firearm and conspiracy to commit a crime, among other crimes. They presume that the groups to which these people belong are related to the extinct structure of the so-called Aragua Train.

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