Callao: man violently beat woman after partying


Gender violence in Callao. A man violently assaulted a woman until she was lying on the ground. Image capture: América Noticias.

gender violence at human settlement Juan Pablo II del Callao, a man identified as Joel Vargas Samudio, was captured by a security camera where he attacked a woman, who would be his partner. The images broadcast by the América Noticias media outlet show that she appears on stage trying to prevent the man from advancing on his linear motorcycle. The incident occurred on February 13 at 3 in the morning.

They had left a party arguing, which caused the woman to try to stop him when he was moving forward with the linear motorcycle. This caused her to fall from it and left as a consequence the cowardly action of the man who did not hold back from hitting her.. She started with two punches to the face. He then decided to grab her hair to throw her onto the floor, and then kicks her when she tries to get up.

Later, he flees aboard his motorcycle in the direction of Néstor Gambetta Avenue. However, before he realized that in the middle of the discussion he had caused the detachment of a door of a mototaxi that was parked in that place. He dropped it at will, and it almost hit the woman.

Minutes later, the young woman was helped by the party goers themselves, who were unaware of what had happened. It was a neighbor of hers who helped her, since another man passed by where the woman was but decided not to help her. Meanwhile, the police station of SArita Colonia indicated that they have no record of complaints for physical violence or attempted femicide.

Man violently assaults woman in Callao. The incident occurred at 3 in the morning on February 13 after leaving a party. Video: America News.

MORE INFORMATION

According to the Latina report, the subject has a history of physical and psychological violence in 2021. Likewise, there are records of family violence. For this last fact, there is no complaint; however, the authorities are expected to take action on the matter.

The Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Populations (MIMP) has already proceeded to investigate the fact and is looking for the subject by attempted femicide.

WHAT TO DO IN CASES OF REPORTING VIOLENCE?

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The Mimp has a free 24-hour service to care for people affected or involved in acts of family or sexual violence. According to information from the Mimp, this service has a team specialized in dealing with issues of family and/or sexual violence that, later, refer the cases to the Women’s Emergency Centers (CEM), or other institutions that deal with the problem.

WOMEN’S EMERGENCY CENTERS

They operate nationwide in police stations or in hospitals. Throughout Peru, the 245 regular CEMs are open from Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 4:15 pm; and the 77 CEM in police stations, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Locate the one closest to your home at this link.

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