Four cheeks in the chest were given to Luis Enrique Franquiz (35) when he refused to steal his white truck Jeep Cherokee, in a Petare sector, on Friday afternoons.
Franquiz was self-employed when selling cheeses and sausages, more than three brothers and five children.
Around six o'clock in the afternoon between them, he tried to throw it out of the vehicle but rejected him, he was struggling with attackers and shooting. He died at the place and place.
A person who made him warned the mother of Franquiz to move to Monte Monte Morgue.
Twenty-three morgue bodies were received this weekend: Eleven on Saturday, 15 on Sunday and Monday seven.
From six Monday morning, El Marqués's neighbors reported to the authorities about the presence of a body on a public footpath, on Terepaima Street.
It was about a man of about 35 years, dark skin dress, red wool dress, blue pants jeans, one black black RS21 brand with green phosphoresent, ring and watch of small value.
The neighbors heard pictures at 9:00 p.m. Sunday and calmly when they saw the body body and warned.
Cicpc, Sucre and PoliMiranda officers came to the site to start the investigations. The victim was shot in the head.
Jonathan Oswaldo Pérez Ochoa (23) was shot dead when playing cards with friends in the Subida del Caballo sector, in Carapita, Antimano, on Saturday, and said gunman without words.
It was about 11 hours at night when the offender broke into the field and told Perez Ochoa, the others tried to interfere, but the man threatened to shoot them too, and after hearing the first pictures they were running unusual.
Perez received two shots, one in the chest and one in the stomach. The gunman continued down the street and shot two other neighbors who faced his way.
Pérez Ochoa was transferred to Pérez Carreño hospital, where he died.
Jonathan was a worker, unemployed and cared for her four year old niece while the parents were working. He was the youngest of five children. The oldest, Agustín José (19), was killed by a criminal gang in the same neighborhood, 20 years ago.
The murderers did not catch them by the authorities, but "divine justice was caring for all of them"; says one relative.