A police officer from Santa Fe was arrested as a suspect of having stolen belongings from soccer player Diego Barisone shortly after the fatal accident on the Santa Fe-Rosario freeway in July 2015, and to be the one who spreads photographs of the victim still in the car.
Provincial police sources informed that, due to an anonymous complaint to the Internal Affairs division, home-based violations were carried out at the police house and in the Radioelectric Command of the city of Coronda, with the kidnapping of new mobile phones, between They belonged to the then player of Lanús. In these operations were also weapons with the numbered limping, narcotic and personal effects of Barisone.
The detained policeman could be accused of "calamitous insanity," a type of committed robbery taking advantage of the facilities resulting from a calamity, such as flood or earthquake, or in distressing circumstances for the victim of the crime. It also tries to determine if the detained police were the ones who spread photographs of the corpse of the player, who were viralized by WhatsApp at the time.
Barisone played in Lanús and died in July of 2015 after colliding with his car on the back of a truck in kilometer 111 of the Santa Fe-Rosario freeway.
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