During the procedure they found three women who were forced to rape.
The Provincial Corporate Criminal Prosecutor’s Office of San Juan de Miraflores in Lima, Peru, obtained a nine-month preventive detention against four Venezuelans.
They are accused of being members of a criminal gang dedicated to the crimes of sexual exploitation, illegal possession of weapons and trafficking in illegal drugs.
According to the official report, the investigations determined that they may be part of a trafficking network against women forced to work to provide sex services in Los Arbolitos human settlement, in San Juan de Miraflores.
In the house, where these illegal acts were carried out, five cell phones were found; a tablet and a container full.
In addition to various cash receipts from banking operations and three debit cards; 15 condoms; 3,800 dollars and 200 soles.
In another room, three Venezuelan women aged 20, 22 and 23 were found.
During the search of the house, a semi-automatic weapon, 111 cartridges, two caserinas and two laser pointers were also found.
Weapons, war grenades, a bag containing methamphetamines and amphetamines, three notebooks with notes with the names of women and another four cell phones were also included.
After the intervention, the accused, the sex workers and the client remained at the police headquarters to follow the corresponding procedures to better clarify the facts.