The Civil Guard denounces several people in Lanzarote and Fuerteventura who breached sanitary confinement measures

Among those reported are a mother and daughter who went to a cove to sunbathe, another person who went for a walk with their dog 5 km from their home and another who was surfing.

The Civil Guard has denounced four people in three different actions on the islands of Fuerteventura and Lanzarote, for failing to comply with the movement limitation measures imposed in article 7 of Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, which declared the state of health alarm.

Complaints in Lanzarote. UHEL and GIR

As a result of the surveillance carried out by the Civil Guard Helicopter Unit (UHEL), together with the agents of the Rapid Intervention Group of the Costa Teguise Company, two women, mother and daughter, were detected sunbathing in a cove on the Pechiguera coast, in the municipality of Yaiza.
The women, of German nationality and residing in Spain, were identified and denounced for failing to comply with sanitary confinement measures.
Moments later, the same agents located another woman, also a resident of nationality, who had gone to a wasteland in the Puerto Calero area from her home in the town of La Asomada – about five kilometers – with her private vehicle with the sole purpose walking your dog. So it was denounced for breaching the aforementioned article 7 of Royal Decree 463/2020.

Complaint in Fuerteventura

At the same time, on the same day, agents from the Maritime Detachment of Fuerteventura, supporting the citizen security units of the Civil Guard on the island, located on the beach of Pozo Negro a man of Spanish nationality and neighbor of the municipality of Antigua surfing in the area. , for which he was also denounced for violating sanitary confinement measures.

Complaints and risk

All people have been denounced by article 36.6 of Organic Law 4/2015, on Protection of Citizen Security, for failing to comply with the traffic limitation measures imposed by the state of health alarm. Said offenses classified as very serious contemplate fines ranging from 601 to 30,000 euros.
From the Civil Guard it is remembered that this type of imprudence and malicious actions generate a risk for those who commit them, as well as the rest of the population.


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