On this Monday morning, alias Black Ober was notified of a new arrest warrant, now for aggravated conspiracy to commit a crime for the purposes of extortion. Those in charge of carrying out the process were members of the Police Gaula.
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The uniformed officers arrived at the cell of Ober Ricardo Martínez, who is being held in the La Picota prison in Bogotá, accused of being the head of the criminal gang Los Rastrojos Costeños, with interference in Barranquilla and the metropolitan area.
However, during the process, attention was drawn to the attitude of the inmate, who from the beginning He refused to identify himself, despite insistence of the Gaula members, who continued with the process.
“Firstly, what is happening? You know my name well what it is. They know well what my ID is like,” said Negro Ober. His reaction was known in a video broadcast by the Zonacero portal.
The authority told him that he had a new arrest warrant issued by Court 17 of Barranquilla Guarantees Controldated August 16, 2023 for the crime of aggravated conspiracy to commit a crime for the purposes of extortion.
“You are linked to an investigation for the crime of aggravated conspiracy to commit a crime for the purposes of extortion, events that occurred between the years 2022 and 2023, since you belong to Los Rastrojos Costeños,” said the Gaula member.
The mockery of the Police Gaula
After being notified and complaining about “an old process,” the institution recorded and asked him to sign the corresponding minutes to the notification. However, the man refused and taunted the officers.
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“Firm? Go get another clown to sign it!”, the individual said while he waved and walked away from the place towards the prison yard.
Deivis López Ortega
EL TIEMPO correspondent