Video of Octavio Ocaña’s police chase is leaked (VIDEO)

Video of Octavio Ocaña being chased by the police confirms the official version of a pursuit. In his attempt to flee from the police, the...

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  • Video of Octavio Ocaña being chased by the police confirms the official version of a pursuit.
  • In his attempt to flee from the police, the actor collided with a van.
  • Security cameras show the Vecinos’ actor’s entire trajectory.

A new video circulating on social media confirms the official version of the death of Televisa Mexican actor, Octavio Ocaña, who played Benito Ríos in the Vecinos (Neighbors) series, as it is confirmed that the actor was involved in a manhunt that ended his life when he was shot in the head, according to a report on the news site Aristegui Noticias and El Universal.

According to a video obtained from the C4 cameras of the Cuautitlán Izcalli City Council Security Police Station, Mexican actor Octavio Ocaña, known as “Benito Ríos” in the series ‘Vecinos’, fled from a police patrol from Bosques del Lago to the Chamapa-Lechería road.

WHY DID HE FLEE FROM THE POLICE?

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In the video that lasts 2 minutes 51 seconds, the gray Jeep van that the actor in the television program “Vecinos” (“Neighbors”) was driving can be seen on Morelos Avenue. He was with two other men, who remain in police custody while investigations are carried out.

The 2014 van has an open sunroof. At minute 1:04 you can see how he tries to overtake several cars, at least one gray Tsuru, and in one part of the road, he even raises dust when accelerating, when he crosses in front of José María Morelos and Fernando Márquez. At minute 1:17 a patrol car is behind the vehicle driven by 22-year-old Octavio.

Octavio Ocaña chase: HOW WAS THE GUN FIRED?

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The municipal security unit turns on the siren and at 1:40 minutes it manages to overtake a public transport bus, already on Lago de Guadalupe. At minute 2:31 it is observed that in one of the roundabouts, Octavio, who is driving the Jeep, is hit by a van. You can see that damage on the driver’s door on the left side, coming from the Vienna Woods road.

Despite the impact with the van, Benito, as the actor was known, does not stop, instead he accelerates, while the patrol car behind cannot catch up with him. Presumably, minutes later the actor is hit on the Chamapa – Lechería road, it was then when, according to a statement from the Attorney General’s Office of Mexico and the city of Cuautitlán Izcalli, the firearm the actor held in his right hand was detonated, inflicting a bullet wound to his cheek and leaving his right side bloody.

Octavio Ocaña Chase: THE SHOT ENTERED THROUGH HIS RIGHT CHEEK

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In turn, journalist Carlos Jiménez shared one version of the events on social media writing: “The shot entered the right cheekbone, exited through the left parietal and got stuck on the ceiling.” The actor died of a gunshot wound to the head, inside his car, in which he was traveling accompanied by two people, and which was hit on the side after a pursuit by municipal policemen of Cuautitlán Izcalli, because the young man did not want to stop, according to the investigation of the Attorney General’s Office of the State of Mexico (FGJEM).

However, the circumstances of the death of the actor who as a child played “Benito Ríos” in the television series Vecinos, have caused controversy, since videos in which municipal officers can be seen surrounding the van, going through it without gloves, even going inside, while the victim, with blood on his face, is still alive and moves his hand, have been leaked.

Octavio Ocaña chase: ASSAULT OR DEPRIVATION OF FREEDOM?

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The first versions indicated that the actor from Vecinos had been the victim of a crime while he was driving along the Chamapa-Lechería road, in Atizapán; another version said that municipal authorities collided with the actor’s car, prior to finding him injured, versions that were not confirmed by the FGJEM and the municipal government.

According to the the prosecutor’s office and the Cuautitlán Izcalli city council, it was an incident in which the actor himself mistakenly discharged the weapon. For its part, the FGJEM reported that, according to the statements of the young man’s two companions, presented to the Public Ministry, the actor was driving while intoxicated in the municipality of Cuautitlán Izcalli when municipal police stopped them because he was driving erratically; however, he sped up and tried to flee.

WHO WERE THE MEN WHO WERE WITH HIM?

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The institution pointed out that according to the stories of the two men traveling with him, the Vecinos actor carried a 380 caliber weapon in the glove compartment of the gray Jeep van, that he took it out during his escape and it discharged when he checked the cartridge, leaving a shot in the unit canopy. Immediately after, Octavio Ocaña crashed into a mound on Chamapa-Lechería road, at which point the gun in his hand discharged, injuring him in the head.

Regarding the events, the Cuautitlán Izcalli police said in a statement that they received a report that people with a weapon were traveling in a gray Jeep-type van, a unit that they identified through the C4 cameras.

When a patrol car stopped him, the driver, Octavio, accelerated to flee, leading to a chase until he reached the highway, where finally the actor crashed and was found with a firearm in his hand, as well as a bullet to the head that had entered through his chin; however, he was still alive. To see the video click here. Filed Under: Octavio Ocaña Chase

WHAT DID THEY DO WHEN THEY ARRIVED AT THE SITE OF THE CRASH?

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Immediately, the police said, they requested the support of the Civil Protection emergency units, who administered first-aid to the Vecinos actor and transferred him to the Lomas Verdes hospital, where he later died. The city council pointed out that the actor’s companions were transferred and made available to the Public Ministry, where an investigation was started to determine responsibility, where they remained until the last hours of Saturday.

While the communiqués and versions from the authority were being prepared, several videos were disseminated on social media about the incident, which contributed to speculation and criticism of police actions in the case. One shows a municipal policeman without gloves going through the scene; he enters the car and interacts with the actor, his right hand is bloody and part of his head is covered by a cap. Filed Under: Octavio Ocaña Chase

Octavio Ocaña chase: WHAT DID THEY DO TO THE DETAINEES?

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A man is seen outside, threatened by another municipal policeman, with handcuffs on and one leg immobilized. Meanwhile there are other officials flagging the area. A second video shows the chase recorded by the C4 cameras, identifying Octavio’s erratic driving at high speed.

It is possible to see how the car accelerates, tries to overtake several public transport units and crashes into a truck; it increases speed, and even crashes into other units and objects. The video begins in Bosques del Lago, where the house of the Vecinos actor is allegedly located, and ends in Atizapán, although it is not possible to see the moment of impact of the vehicle.

“THEY TOOK PART OF MY LIFE”

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“They took part of my life from me,” were the first statements by Octavio Pérez, father of actor Octavio Ocaña, who arrived at the Gayosso funeral home in Santa Mónica at noon to be next to his son who died near Cuautitlán Izcalli. Mr. Octavio Pérez explained that this tragedy caught him off guard, since he was not in Mexico City and as soon as he arrived he went to the funeral home to see the his son’s condition.

“I just arrived, all I wanted was to see my son, I already saw him and the only thing I ask of you is to respect him, because people loved him and I want him to keep that image, he was a great person, an actor that won over the public since he was a child,” said his father, who recalled that it he was the one who had taken him to casting calls since he was five years old. Filed Under: Octavio Ocaña Chase

THEY SAY THAT HE CARRIED A WEAPON. IS IT TRUE?

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On social media, rumors say that Octavio carried a weapon and his death occurred during a chase with the municipal police of Cuautitlán Izcalli; Octavio Pérez pointed out that at this moment he prefers not to get caught up on this, but that people know exactly what kind of man Octavio was.

“Right now what matters to me is taking my son, I’m going to bury him in Tabasco, I’m coming for him to take him away and that’s all I want.” About what he thought of Octavio’s two companions, who are currently in detention and are crucial witnesses to clarify Benito Ríos actor’s death, Octavio Pérez was blunt. Filed Under: Octavio Ocaña Chase

WHO ARE THE PEOPLE WHO WERE WITH HIM?

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“Nothing like that, they were with him, they are my friends and they took care of him, they were just doing other things and you know how crime is, because when they weren’t taking care of him they were other people, my people.” He also insisted that there were no problems between Octavio and his fiancee Nerea Godínez, stating that she was the best thing that could have happened in his son’s life and that they were ready to marry, and since she was not a public figure, she would avoid giving statements.

When questioned about the possibility that taking Octavio’s body to Tabasco could hinder the investigations, the actor’s father said he did not care, because in the end authorities would not do anything and there would be no justice. “Everything is in God’s hands… as always we are full of violence, from police, from corruption and other sh…” No celebrity or fellow actor has been seen in the area. Filed Under: Octavio Ocaña Chase

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