The Ecuadorian police break into the most populated prison in the country after a confrontation between prisoners
This Thursday, on the second day of the military and police operation in the Litoral Penitentiary, the most populated prison in Ecuador, bullets, drugs and other prohibited objects were found.
Located on the outskirts of Guayaquil, the prison was the scene of an internal confrontation between inmates this week, which left at least one inmate dead and 14 others injured.
On the second day of operations, 34 communication radios, 150 mobile phones and other objects such as jewelry and an internet modem were confiscated. Also seized were 430 bullets of different calibers, a rifle trigger mechanism, a charger and more than a kilo of substances suspected of being cocaine and marijuana.
This is in addition to the objects seized on the first day of intervention, where 5 firearms, 4,179 bullets of different calibers, an explosive grenade, a bulletproof vest and 2,750 grams of illegal substances were identified. Also 123 mobile phones, 10 internet routers, a digital scale, 4 watches, and a set of handcuffs and $1,275.
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