A Santa Fe police officer was arrested with the suspicion that the Diego Barisone football equipment was stolen shortly after the fatal accident in Santa Fe-Rosario on July 2015 and that the victim's images were still in the car.
The provincial police source informed him that by anonymously terminating the ministry of interior ministry at the slaves' house and in the Radio Command of the Coronda, robbery, nine mobile phones were kidnapped, including the then-football player Lanús. In these operations, weapons were the numbering of Barisone limada, drugs and personal effects.
The arrested police officer can be accused of having "catastrophic theft", a robbery of robbery when exploited by disaster-stricken facilities, such as flood or earthquake, or under torture conditions for the victim. He also tries to determine if the arrested police have been distributing the photos of the player's body, which was then viralized by Whatsapp.
Barisone was playing in Lanús and died in July 2015 after driving the car to the rear of the lorry on the 111th kilometer of the Santa Fe-Rosario highway.