A woman was murdered in a dwelling in the Tucumana capital, and the main suspect of the attack was found injured in the yard of a neighbor, with a knife stuck in the chest, police sources said on Wednesday.
The woman was identified as Lilia Elvira Pérez (59), who was found murdered last night in his house located in Bolivar 1999, in front of the San Martín de Tucumán court. The victim was the mother of Fabián Díaz, accused of the murder of a man at the door of a party.
According to the Padilla hospital's physicians, where the body was transferred, the victim presented white-arm injuries to the head, torso, and arms.
Upon arriving at the scene of the crime, the police initiated an operation to look for the aggressor and in a few hours he found Sergio "Macho" Suits At the bottom of a neighbor's house in the area, thrown between the plants, almost unconscious and with a kitchen knife nailed to the chest.
The suspect was transferred to the Health Center, where he will be interned until he retrieves and can file a statement before the courts.
Meanwhile, Justice and the police sought to obtain evidence to determine the cell phone of the crime and the circumstances in which the supposed aggressor was shot.