The defendant, a 44-year-old man, was very disturbed and threatened to kill him, according to his father. Patrol Division personnel were on a preventive security mission when they were alerted to the incident on Sunday night. The Visualization and Monitoring Service 9 1 1 discovered a case of domestic violence in a house located in the Juan XXIII neighborhood of the capital. Upon arrival, they were confronted by a 74-year-old man who was the owner of the home. The people at the house told them his son was in a very aggressive state, insulting him and threatening to kill him. Given the seriousness and circumstances of the incident, special forces agents proceeded to apprehend the perpetrator and hand him over to the police force. Finally, this fact was reported to the on-duty Domestic and Gender Violence Finance Unit, which approved the arrest of the accused in a domestic violence case for death threats. The entire procedure was commanded by Chief Commissioner Jorge Castro, Captain of the 9/11 Patrol, and supervised by Chief Commissioner Jorge Mastafa, Director of the General Directorate of Civil Prevention.