Thursday, September 22, 2011

“La Perris,” 17-Year-Old Colombian Female Serial Killer - 2011

The nickname “La Perris” derives from a hugely popular TV series, El Capo, where the character La Perrys is lieutenant to a drug crime boss.


FULL TEXT (Article 1 of 2): A 17-year-old female assassin from Medellin, suspected of killing at least five people, was captured by local police, reported Radio Santa Fe Monday.

According to the report, the girl, alias "La Perris," was arrested for possession of a firearm.

Police also expect that La Perris was involved with training or assisting young assassins in the Antioquia department's capital city of Medellin.

La Perris was allegedly involved with an attack on a 16-year-old girl, which killed one girl and injured a 13-year-old and 6-year-old in the process.

According to General Yesid Vasquez, the attack occurred because the two girls refused to be part of her gang.

The 6-year-old is in critical condition at San Vincent de Paul hospital, after suffering a shot to the neck and cardiac arrest.

[Stephen Manker, “17-year-old Medellin girl suspected of 5 contract kills,” July 25,  2011]


FULL TEXT (Article 2 of 2): Bogota – A 17-year-old girl who was in charge of a group of hitmen has been arrested in Colombia, the Medellin police department said.

The unidentified girl, who is accused of several murders, had escaped from jail last Friday.

The teenager, who is known on the streets as “La Perris,” apparently belongs to the El Tablazo gang, which “provides services” to Oficina de Envigado drug gang boss Erick Vargas Cardenas, Medellin police chief Gen. Yesid Vasquez said.

The girl was arrested Saturday night during a gang shootout in the La Tablaza section of Itagui, a city near Medellin, the capital of the northwestern province of Antioquia, Vasquez said.

“There were four people ... shooting, and ‘La Perris’ was among them again. She was taken to the station and after checking with the Colombian Family Welfare Institute (Icbf), they took her from us that same night to at least try to save her, because the goal of the Calatrava (gang) is to kill her,” the police chief said.

The teenager was arrested on July 22 and taken to a special facility for juvenile delinquents.

The girl has worked for Vargas Cardenas, one of the most-wanted men in Medellin and one of the top leaders of the Oficina de Envigado gang, for about three years, police said.

The Oficina de Envigado’s leaders have included Diego Fernando Murillo, known as “Don Berna,” a powerful drug kingpin and warlord extradited to the United States in May 2008 along with 13 other leaders of the defunct United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia, or AUC, militia federation.

The gang smuggles cocaine and runs various rackets, including extortion of businesses and transportation companies, in Antioquia province.

[“Teen Hitwoman Arrested in Colombia,” Latin American Herald Tribune, from EFE,  Jul. 25, 2011]




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