The taxi driver of “El Dotolcito” gives his version of the Joshua Fernández case.

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The taxi driver involved in the case, Wesly Vicent Carmona “El Dotolcito,” assured that this is a regular client but that he does not know the people who committed the criminal act that ended in the death of Joshua Omar Fernández.

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In the case file, the taxi driver, Danil Ramírez Santana, recounted the facts and disassociated himself from what happened.

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The taxi driver indicated that El Dotolcito, who he claims is a regular and trusted customer, told him at 1:51 in the morning to pick up “Chiquito” in Villa Juana. He, in turn, asked him to look for “Luis,” also in the sector mentioned above, to take them to “Bar Kiss.”

Once that service ended, he commented that about 40 minutes later, El Dotolcito contacted him again so that he could look for them.

“El Dotolcito called me on WhatsApp and told me to go look for them, so I went, when I arrived I waited for them for about 10 or 15 minutes outside the place, when they got on I turned around to go down the same street that I came from, Chiquito and Luis dismounted there,” the taxi driver narrated.

At first, he declared that both would look for another person, but seconds later, Luis and Chiquito robbed three people, which led to asking El Dotolcito, who was in the vehicle, about what was happening.
Once that service ended, he commented that about 40 minutes later, El Dotolcito contacted him again to ask him to look for them.

“El Dotolcito called me on WhatsApp and told me to go look for them, so I went, when I arrived I waited for them for about 10 or 15 minutes outside the place, when they got on I turned around to go down the same street that I came from, Chiquito and Luis dismounted there,” the taxi driver narrated.

At first, he stated that he thought they were both going to look for another person, but seconds later, Luis and Chiquito robbed three people, which led to asking El Dotolcito, who was in the vehicle, about what was happening.
“They were robbing about three people, including a girl, there I told Wesly Vicent Carmona (a) El Dotolcito “dad and that, and this shrink that they put me in,” to which he replied, “Co% & crazy, I don’t know,” the file says.

After this, he commented that he heard two shots and that the next moment the alleged robbers got into the vehicle, so he accelerated and went in the opposite direction.

The taxi driver alleges that he and El Dotolcito complained to the other two about the acts they had committed and then took Wesly to the “Mint” nightclub; and Luis and Chiquito to Villa Juana.
When asked about the trip’s cost, he said he received about RD$500.

On the other hand, he said that he had not said anything before to the authorities because “I was frightened and because they are armed and I thought about my daughter and my mother.”

He also said that he had maintained contact with El Dotolcito, for whom he has continued to provide other taxi services: “he continues to request me and from what I know of him, he is nothing, but the other two do and I have listened that they have fallen prisoners.”

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