– Octavio Ocaña death –
Octavio Ocana, a Mexican actor, was killed at the age of 22 after being shot during a traffic stop in Mexico.
What was the cause of death for Ocana? He most likely died as a result of the gunshot wound, according to the Spanish-language newspaper El Universal.
Photos purportedly showing Ocana’s dead body in the truck circulated on social media as well, but Heavy declined to publish them due to their graphic nature.
One photo shows him bloodied and bent over in the driver’s seat, wearing a baseball hat.
Another image shows him clutching a gun in his bloodied hand.
Ocana rose to prominence as Benito Rivers in the television series “Neighbors.”
Elas Solorio, the show’s producer, confirmed his death on Twitter, writing, “I can’t believe it. Octavio, please rest in peace. You have saddened all of us who knew you. Benito, have a safe journey.
Here’s what you should know:
A Police Stop Started the Incident, Reports Say
Journalist Carlos Jimenez published photographs from the scene.
He claims that the police claim they did not shoot Ocana.
Jimenez wrote, “‘BENITO’ DIED WITH ONE SHOT.” Agents for @GobIzcalli revealed that Octavio Ocana, the actor, was killed by a bullet.
According to the police, everything started when they told him to stop. They claim to have pursued him but did not shoot. He had this gun on him.”
Jimenez claimed in another tweet that Ocana “tried to flee” from police, who “ordered him to stop.”
He was drinking when he took his gun from the glove compartment and was hit in the head by a bullet.
“Everything points to him (inadvertently) shooting with his weapon,” the journalist wrote.
He claimed that a single shot killed him and that there was a bullet mark on the truck’s ceiling. “He was armed,” wrote the journalist.
According to El Universal, Ocana died in Cuautitlan Izcalli, Mexico, “apparently as a result of a firearm detonation.”
According to the website, the Attorney General’s Office of the State of Mexico “is investigating the causes of the actor’s death,” who was traveling with two friends at the time of his death.
According to El Universal, Ocano and the other two were “traveling on the Chamapa-Lechera highway in the direction of the municipality of Atizapán” when they were pulled over by police on suspicion of drunk driving, attempted to flee, and collided with another vehicle.
At that point, a gun was fired into the vehicle carrying Ocana, but it’s unclear who fired it or why.
According to Univision, a Spanish-language news outlet, “Ocana was allegedly driving his truck when State of Mexico police ordered him to stop, and he refused.”
He was shot (or shot himself) inside his vehicle, according to the website.
According to CNN Espanol, Ocana “was driving a gray truck that crashed.”