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Tijuana- Army seizes more than six tons of marijuana

Army seizes more than six tons of marijuana

Military personnel responded to a citizen complaint in which it was stated that a home is giving off a strong odor of the drug

Army seizes more than six tons of marijuana

Army seizes more than six tons of marijuana

TIJUANA, March 6. – The commander of the Second Military Zone reported the seizure of more than six tons of marijuana were seized in two operations carried out on the east side of Tijuana after a citizen complaint.

The military command appeared before the media 860 packages of marijuana weighing a total of six thousand 696 kilograms; also seized two vehicles, a rifle, a magazine and 115 rounds of different calibers.

He said that in the first instance, military personnel responded to a citizen complaint in which it was stated that a private home located in Encinos, of Villas of Royal colony, it followed a strong odor of the drug.

Upon entering this home the soldiers found 300 packages of marijuana weighing approximately three thousand kilograms.

When checking the place located two single notes, which indicated three directions in which he allegedly had made drug delivery recently.

With this information we proceeded to check the home located at 24071 Calafia Street, Colonia Francisco Villa in the same sector, where they found 786 packages of marijuana weighing approximately three thousand was 660.6 kilograms.

Due to the severity of the offense, and the possibility of more drugs being found in the two remaining homes.  The military established in an effort with the delegation of the Attorney General’s Office in the state to request for the search of the premises.

 
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College Spring-breakers should avoid Mexico at all costs!

spring breakers should avoid Mexico due to violence
spring breakers should avoid Mexico due to violence

Texas asks college spring breakers not to vacation in Mexico because of violence

Police joined a warning from the U.S. government to advise students to avoid visiting the country

AUSTIN, Texas, March 6. – The Texas Police on Tuesday added a warning from the U.S. government to advise students to avoid travel to Mexico during spring break.

The Department of Public Safety Texas bordering Mexico, issued the warning to American students who usually travel to Mexico for vacation-known as spring breakers, noting the continued presence of violence in Mexico.

Violence related to organized crime escalated in December 2006 when it began the government of President Felipe Calderon, who intensified the fight against drug cartels.

The U.S. State Department recommended last month the Americans against traveling to certain parts or all of the territory of 14 of the 31 states of Mexico. The travel warning is made larger than the United States since Mexico intensified the fight against organized crime in 2006.

The director of the Texas Public Safety, Steven McCraw, said the violence of Mexican drug cartels and other criminal acts constitute a significant threat to safety, even in some resorts.

 
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