Santa Cruz prosecutors on Tuesday raided offices in the Warnes community and other properties in the capital, Santa Cruz, as part of the investigation into phantom objects.
By noon, the responsible prosecutor Marcela Terceros had not referred to this intervention, so the connection between the case in the municipality of Santa Cruz and these raids in the neighboring municipality is unknown, reported El Deber.
Police went to a building on Teniente Vega Street in the center of the city while another group of investigators searched another property in the Urubó area.
The investigation continues with the recording of statements from various witnesses. The testimony of former city councilor Romy Paz, mother of Valeria Rodríguez, the lead plaintiff in the ghostly objects case, is expected this afternoon.
This morning the public prosecutor reported on the extension of the lawsuit against Meryl Balcázar, wife of Julio César Herbas, who is already detained in Palmasola prison.
Balcázar is alleged to have facilitated the opening of bank accounts at the Jesús Nazareno cooperative where she worked.