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Nine dead in firefight with armed civilians in Reynosa

Nine dead fighting with military and armed civilians in Reynosa

Nine dead fighting with military and armed civilians in Reynosa

CIUDAD VICTORIA,  June. 26-In the towns of Reynosa and San Fernando, Tamaulipas, in the last 24 hours there were clashes between the military’s personnel and armed civilians, resulting in nine people dead, one of them a military element.

 This Wednesday jointly informed the Attorney General and the Secretariat of Public Security of the State, in the city of Reynosa, was a first confrontation with killing three attackers and one soldier dead and seven others injured.

The confrontation began before 09:00 hours on the streets of Colonia Rodriguez and culminated Extending approximately 10:15 hours on the Boulevard of the Colony Oil Acapulco, meters Pemex facilities and facing an education center upper half.

The scene was a pick-up shielded craft, Chevrolet Silverado 2008 model four-door white and the Texas plates.

Inside were lifeless bodies of three civilians armed and only one was identified as Cardenas Javier Antonio Lopez, 30 years old and originally from Sinaloa.

This information, according to the Public Prosecutor of the Common Jurisdiction that integrated preliminary investigation.

At that site, the National Defense Secretariat seized three rifles, 38 magazines for these guns, six grenades, striking metallic stars for wheels and trimmings.

Also injured three men were taken to the clinic Pemex, two soldiers and an employee of the parastatal.

When receiving medical attention, one of the injured soldiers died, while the second underwent surgery for back injury that pierced one of his lungs, but is reported to be stable.  The Pemex worker had only minor injury and was discharged.

As a result of the confrontation also reported five people beyond the facts with bullet injuries that are treated at the Hospital of the Mexican Social Security Institute and are out of danger.

In another violent event in San Fernando, was a confrontation between armed civilians and military personnel resulted in five men dead.

Staff of the Attorney General, in support of the National Defense Secretariat, was presented to integrate a preliminary investigation, attesting that the confrontation was recorded at 20:15 am Tuesday in the Ejido Guadalupe Victoria, compared to Rancho La Isla

At that point the undergrowth were the bodies of five attackers, all with multiple gunshot wounds.  Three of them were between 28-40 years of age, while the other two were of 16-20 years.  In their belongings were not found any documents that would identify them.

Staff of the Federal Public Prosecutor’s Office secured a Hummer H3 without license plates and five assault rifles, a grenade launcher, 28 magazines, grenades and trimmings.

The Common Public Prosecutor ordered the transfer of the bodies to the Medical Examiner for practice tests provided by law.

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Posted by on 06/27/2013 in Crime Watch, Mexican Drug Cartels

 

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Cancun- Seven people were murdered and four arrests made

The Attorney General of the state said that among those arrested Wednesday is a woman, while indicating that all of them are already under investigation

seven people killed and foru arrested by police and military in Cancun

seven people killed and foru arrested by police and military in Cancun

CANCUN, The operations mounted in Cancun after the murder of seven people on Sunday that led to the arrest of four individuals involved with these events an alleged leader of the Gulf Cartel gunmen was also arrested.

The Attorney General of the state said that among those arrested Wednesday was a woman, while indicating that all of them are already under investigation for their participation and relationship with the aforementioned criminal group.

According to information from the agency, in the course of Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning Aaron Irving Trujeque Villamil, Carlos Rocha Sosa, Alejandro Gallardo Uriel Aguirre and María del Carmen Hernández Guzmán were arrested

In the operation, the Judicial Police said twenty two 12 mm caliber cartridges for shotgun, eight 2.23 mm caliber cartridges, two bags of cocaine, nine doses of crack and two bulletproof vests with public security badges of Benito Juarez.

They also said two motorcycles and a car with Ibiza license plates UUT-6930.

Detainees yield statement to the Common Public Prosecutor’s Office, which integrates the preliminary investigation for criminal action and allocate the case to criminal court in turn.

The capture of this group was part of the operations that were activated after the capture of Victor Raul Rodriguez or Victor Raul Ojeda Ojeda Torres, head of the Gulf Cartel hit-men arrested yesterday by the State Police and the Army and who is credited with Multiple crimes Sunday.

 
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Posted by on 04/18/2013 in Crime Watch

 

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Artist Paulo Antonio Pintor Salazar was found dead

Artist Paulo Antonio Pintor Salazar was found dead on the streets of the mining colony of the capital Infonavit Morales potosina

SAN LUIS POTOSI, – The former mayor of Ciudad del Maiz, Paulo Antonio Pintor Salazar, was found dead on the streets of the colonial mining town Potosina Morales in the capital.

Artist Paulo Antonio Pintor Salazar was found dead
Artist Paulo Antonio Pintor Salazar was found dead

According to information provided by the Attorney General of the State (PGJE) this morning received the report of the body of a man was beheaded and shot in the chest and legs.

In the report, the state agency said that the place caps were found nine millimeter, and corresponds to the body painter Paulo Antonio Salazar, who was mayor of Ciudad del Maiz from 2006 to 2009.

After the discovery was made in the place the prosecution to give the facts of faith, moved the body to the Medical Examiner and began investigations.

This case adds to the death of former candidate for mayor of Ciudad Valles, Rafael Piña de Luna, who was shot with a woman when they were on board his vehicle last Friday

 
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Posted by on 12/17/2012 in Border, Crime!

 

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Arrest warrant issued for Ye Gon, crime of smuggling precursor chemicals

The Attorney General’s Office (PGR) obtained from a federal court a new arrest warrant against Ye Gon, for the crime of smuggling precursor chemicals regarded as serious by Mexican criminal law.

crime of smuggling precursor chemicals

In a statement, the PGR said that after investigations by the public prosecutor attached to the Deputy Attorney Specialized Investigation of Federal Crimes (SEIDF) last June 28 criminal charges were filed against businessman of Chinese origin for this offense .

The federal agency noted that a district court had denied the arrest warrant requested, so the Federal Public Ministry filed an appeal.

Therefore, on 1 October a federal court ruled the judge to revoke the resolution and order the arrest of Ye Gon, considering that the evidence gathered during the preliminary investigation is credited the offense referred.

The PGR said the investigation was initiated following a complaint lodged by the Tax Administration Service (SAT) against Ye Gon, in its capacity as sole director of the company “Unimed Pharm Chem Mexico”, imported illegally precursor chemicals on 35 counts.

However it was done under the cover of a fake license, allegedly issued by the Commission on Health Authorization Federal Commission for Protection against Health Risks (Cofepris), which caused damage to the federal treasury more than 10 million pesos.

 
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Posted by on 10/08/2012 in Crime!, Drugs, Smuggling

 

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Eric Holder! ABOVE THE LAW! sited for contempt!

The White House said today that despite the contempt order passed by the House of Representatives, Attorney General Eric Holder for justice will not be subject to criminal prosecution arising from the legislative vote.

The White House said today that despite the contempt order passed by the House of Representatives, Attorney General Eric Holder for justice will not be subject to criminal prosecution arising from the legislative vote.
Eric Holder will not be subject to criminal prosecution arising from the legislative vote

It is an established principle that dates from the administration of President Ronald Reagan that the Department of Justice does not seek indictments arising from cases of contempt when the president has invoked executive privilege,” said spokesman Jay Carney.

His statement came less than 24 hours after the Republican majority, supported by some Democrats, passed a resolution to declare in contempt of attorney to Holder for his alleged failure to cooperate in the investigation of the operation “Fast and Furious“.

Carney said that U.S. President Barack Obama has used this executive protection to not broadcast over internal documents, as demanded by Republicans, “so, if you do so, the issue of contempt questionable.”

Therefore, the White House spokesman reiterated the stance of the Obama administration in the sense that the vote of 255 in favor and 67 against “was purely political.”

He said this notion was confirmed by the refusal of Republicans to accept the offers of the White House and Justice Department to seek a negotiated settlement before the vote.

“They made the strategic decision to seek a way to make a political maneuver, but I do not expect to be effective, because I think most Americans are tired of political games in Washington,” he said.

Carney made the announcement to reporters aboard Air Force One en route to Colorado, where President Obama on Friday toured areas affected by forest fires.

This White House cut short the process that was expected to Holder after the adoption of the resolution, which did not require going to the Senate and would be turned over directly to the Office of the District of Columbia, headed by Ronald Machen Jr., which depends directly Holder.

Under U.S. law, the prosecutor must convene a grand jury to determine whether there was a criminal violation in this case of deliberate obstruction of justice in connection with the investigation of “Fast and Furious”.

The potential penalty includes a jail sentence of one month to no more than 12 months.

 
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Posted by on 06/30/2012 in Crime!, Fast and Furious Weapons

 

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Arrested one of the most wanted by the PGR in Tenango-Ixtapan

Arrested one of the most wanted by the PGR in Tenango-Ixtapan
Arrested one of the most wanted by the PGR in Tenango-Ixtapan

Inocencio Garcia Diaz, 45 years old, is linked with high-impact crimes such as kidnapping and organized crime

Elements of the Public Safety Secretariat (SSC) in the municipality said, Inocencio Garcia Villa Guerrero Diaz, 45 years old, who is in the list of “Most Wanted” PGR.

The dependence mexiquense reported that the arrest was made on the road-Ixtapan Tenango at the place called the Clover when the fugitive was driving in a white Cheyenne Chevrolet truck without license plates.

In the action, part of the shield that applies to operating in the state, this subject is seized with 1.2 kilograms of marijuana that could have been sold for a profit of at least eight thousand dollars.

The SSC said that Garcia Diaz appears in the list of suspects known as “Most Wanted” by the Attorney General’s Office (PGR) and is linked with high-impact crimes such as kidnapping and organized crime.

The detainee, drugs and vehicle were made available to the officers, who will determine his legal status shortly.

 
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Posted by on 06/02/2012 in Crime!

 

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Teen forced into prostitution, rescued by PGJEM in Santiago

Teen forced into prostitution, rescued by PGJEM
Teen forced into prostitution, rescued by PGJEM

The under aged 14 year old had been hired as a waitress in a bar called “La Gloria” where the Teen was required to charge 200 pesos for each sexual service she provided

Elements of the Attorney General of the State of Mexico (PGJEM) rescued a 14-year-old who was forced into prostitution in a building where alcoholic beverages in Zumpango expendían.

According to information from the attorney Mexico State, following the report of the disappearance of the child, got an operation in the brewery known as “La Gloria”, located in the neighborhood of Santiago, where they found the victim ingesting alcoholic beverages and waiting for customers who would provide sexual services.

The inquiries revealed that the minor was hired as a waitress, which meant receiving a commission of 30 pesos for every drink to take with customers. In the house were secured in charge of the premises, Veronica “N” “N”, 35, who was paid 200 pesos as commission for each sexual service effected the victim and Jose Abel “N” “N”, 40 years, both linked to trial for the crime of trafficking .

The detainees were brought before the Public Prosecutor, who began the research folder 503540950044412, which was related to the folder 483310360602512, initiated by the missing person report.

 
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Posted by on 05/02/2012 in Abused Children, Crime!

 

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