A 49-year-old man has been stopped by the Police in the Malaga town of Estepona for an alleged crime of reckless homicide after the assault on an acquaintance over whom a complaint for sexual harassment of one of the daughters of the arrested man. A 49-year-old man has been detained by the Police in the Malaga town of Estepona for a alleged crime of reckless manslaughter after the assault on an acquaintance over which a complaint for sexual harassment According to the investigation, the detainee allegedly assaulted the victim in a bar, who was kicked several times in the side with steel-toed boots. The victim died in the operating room While the spleen was being operated on urgently, the Police reported this Wednesday. Police investigations have determined that the alleged aggressor and the victim had been friends until, in 2017, the detainee’s daughter, then a minor, exposed to her parents that was sexually harassed by a neighbor.
The attack occurred when the 57-year-old victim was in a cafeteria Estepona and, according to the investigations, the alleged assailant approached him from behind, threw him to the ground and then hit him several kicks to the sideor.
At the time of the attack, the person responsible for the injuries was wearing steel reinforced toe boots, who have been intervened by investigators at their home. According to witnesses, and while beating the injured, the aggressor made allusion to the harassment suffered by his sona, about which there was a previous complaint against the victim, filed in 2017. Finally, some clients interposed in the attack and managed to separate them, and both parties left the establishment separately.
However, just one day later, the victim of the assault began to feel unwell at his home, his partner called an ambulance and, while he was being treated, entered cardiorespiratory arrestAfter entering in critical condition in the ICU in a hospital in Marbella, the patient died in the operating room when the spleen underwent emergency surgery. The detainee is in custody at the Estepona Police Station and will be brought to justice this Wednesday.