The Church of the Incarnation of Íllora, in the West of Granada, has hosted this Tuesday afternoon the funeral mass in memory of Juan TC, the 19-year-old who died last Monday at dawn after a massive fight at the fairgrounds , when he received a blow in an adjacent street that made him fall and hit his head against a curb, facts for which another 23-year-old man has been arrested as the alleged perpetrator, who has surrendered to the Civil Guard after noon this Tuesday The mayor of the town, Antonio Salazar, explained to Europa Press that the funeral of the deceased young man was attended by “the whole town”, explaining that the local community had fired the boy “together”, in a very “emotional” ceremony. with palms and mentions to the figure of the deceased. “It has been very emotional,” he insisted. In addition, he has stated that the Civil Guard and the Local Police “maintain the surveillance device” deployed, in a context in which after the events, altercations occurred in front of the homes of relatives of the two young people identified for their presumed relationship with the events and fled after them. According to the mayor, no new incidents such as those mentioned have been registered, resulting in damage to such homes and vehicles parked nearby. The patron saint festivities were suspended after the event, which has shocked the municipality, which has three days of official mourning. This Tuesday, the day of San Rogelio, patron saint of Íllora, the traditional celebration has turned into silence and signs of revulsion at the death of the young man, who was a student at the University of Almería. This has been made clear when, after 7:00 p.m., 45, the funeral mass has begun, with words of remembrance and calls to remain calm at this time. It so happens that, this past Monday night, after a protest rally called in front of the Íllora Town Hall, groups of Neighbors marched to the homes of relatives of the now detainee, who was identified as having fled along with a brother, causing damage and overturning cars. Due to these events, there are several people identified, as specified on Tuesday by the sub-delegate of the Government in Granada, Inmaculada López Calahorro.
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