Tuesday, 12 July 2011

35 arrested in town planning irregularities case in El Puerto de Santa María

The Guardia Civil has carried out an operation in El Puerto de Santa María, Cádiz, has ended with a total of 35 people being charged with town planning crimes. The group faces charges of perversion of the course of justice, falsification of documents, and crimes against town planning ordinances.

The irregularities date back to the time that the town was government by independents and among those arrested is the ex IP Mayor, Hernán Díaz, and Town Planning Councillor, Juan Carlos Rodríguez.

‘Operación Suministro’ is being controlled by the judge Miguel Ángel López Marchena in Instruction Court 3 in the town.
Promoters and at least one industrial technical engineer are implicated.

The Guardia Civil arrested five people last March, including the ex councillor, Juan Carlos Rodríguez, after which reporting restrictions were introduced.


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