One week ago, there was a shooting at Santa Adela Motril. There were two victims. One was seriously injured and one was admitted to ICU. The other was an uninjured woman. The shooting is allegedly caused by a confrontation between two families belonging to two different clans in the capital city of Granada. Bullets were fired on Tuesday, June 22 due to an alleged incident between clan members.
Both families reside in the Granada capital, although the events took place in Motril. Both are from Zaidin, while the one from the capital is to the north. Due to news stories featuring relatives from both families, both clans have made it to the chronicles of events at different times. Both family clans have been devastated by firearms.
After the Motril shooting, it was only four nights before the 112 emergency number got a call at dawn. There was a fire on a ground floor in the Zaidin area.
At four in the morning, Granada firefighters went to this location, which is located between Xauen Street and Zamora Streets, to light a small fire. Surprise! There were 200 to 300 marijuana plants within the room. It wasn't just that. The National and Local Police officers also conducted an ocular inspection and found evidence of accelerants. This is a clear and obvious indication that the fire was started. Investigators believe that this fire and the Motril shooting could be closely connected. As the days pass, suspicions are growing stronger.
There are fears that there will be a confrontation between the two clans. This is especially true when families from one group have been forced to flee their homes due to alleged threats.
Last Sunday, the bullets whirred in Motril. Although there were no reports of injuries, it is possible that this shooting was also linked to the June 22nd one and the Bajo del Zaidin fire where marijuana plants were burning.
The National Police has identified the shooter of the Motril shots on June 22, which left two men, a 29-year old man and his partner, injured. It's only a matter of time.
Although the disputes between the clans have ended for now, you never know when a confrontation like this could end. The National Police is continuing to search for the shooter who started the 'war' between these clans. It's curious that some of those involved are distant relatives.