Antonio Garci'a Aranda 'Toño', player of the first group of Levante UD, is between the seven stopped in Teruel in a police operation in which they investigate other so many crimes, between which they are those of extortion and threats, confirmed this Friday club in a statement.
"Given that the judicial proceedings are subject to summary secrecy, the Levante UD, without prejudice to how much in the future it may agree, shows its support to the player and his family, as we are unaware of the circumstances that led the investigating judge to adopt such measure ", begins the text published on the website of the Valencian team.
"For the respect that the footballer deserves in such difficult moments and his presumption of innocence, from the club, for the moment and until there is no more news about the facts that cause his detention, he will not make more statements public about this situation ", concludes the brief note.
The judge of Instruction number 3 of Teruel decreed on Friday the entry into prison of seven people who had previously gone to court as investigators, for possible responsibility in the commission of seven crimes including extortion and threats, as reported by judicial sources.
The judge has decreed the prison for all of them after five had appeared this morning before the judge detained and two others had been summoned to testify by the court.
According to the same sources, in the absence of what subsequent judicial investigations may determine, the investigating judge considers that there are sufficient indications of his possible involvement in several crimes.
In particular, belonging to a criminal group or organization, extortion, serious threats of death, against the privacy of persons, falsification of documents, usurpation of marital status as well as money laundering.
The judicial investigation remains open and the investigating magistrate has decreed the secrecy of proceedings.