THE THREE men who were arrested at the end of March on suspicion of murdering 24-year-old Alejandro Pavia from Villalonga in a fight that took place outside Can Tallarina in Jalon have been released without bail.
The primary hypothesis was that Alejandro Pavia died after being hit hard on the head near at the pub on the outskirts of Jalon, on the CV-750 road however, autopsy results have returned ruling this out – instead indicating that Pavia suffered a type of asthmatic disease.
Two of the men arrested – a 24-year-old Romanian and a 19-year-old Spaniard – have spent the last two months in prison whilst the third, a 16-year-old Romanian has been in a juvenile centre.
Investigations continue as the judge has summoned the coroners to issue a definitive report on the cause of Pavia’s death.
Can Tallarina is one of the best-known entertainment venues in the area, and among its offerings that attract hundreds of young people are the ‘crazy Sundays’ that begin in the afternoon and continue through the night.