Tijuana BC - The military operations in the city continued until the early hours of Tuesday, motivated, from the first declarations of “El Muletas” and “El Chiquilín.”
The Ministry of Federal Public Security released the names of the people arrested following several raids in Tijuana, arising from the arrest of the "El Muletas" and "El Chiquilín." Also some people that had been abducted were rescued in various operations.
Among the arrested were active police officers from the Tijuana police department, a former ministerial police and other subjects. In relation to the rest of the municipal police apprehended, there is a chief and a police supervisor from the delegation of Sanchez Taboada
Unofficially, it was learned that among the municipal detainees are at least two senior officers. They are Francisco Ortega Zamora, who just last December 18 was appointed district chief of the delegation of La Mesa, as well as the operational commander Ramon Angel Soto Corral.
The information came through the internet portal of the Federal Public Security office.
The people detained:
Juan Carlos Cruz Espinoza, 49-year-old native of Mexico City.
Cruz Graciano Zazueta, 36-year-old native of Tijuana, Baja California.
Raymundo Garcia, 81-year-old native of Tepic, Nayarit.
Ernesto Cisneros Fiscal, 35 years old, also from Tijuana, Baja California.
Ramón Ángel Soto Corral, a 43-year-old native of Choix, Sinaloa, municipal police commander in Tijuana, Baja California.
Francisco Ortega Zamora, 49-year-old native of Tijuana, Baja California, a police officer.
Daniel Macias Cebreros, 23-year-old native of Sinaloa, a former judicial police in Tijuana, Baja California.
Macario Ramirez Arturo Enriquez, 50-year-old native of Oaxaca. He worked for the Ministry of Public Security of Tijuana, Baja California.
José Enrique Ramírez Zambrano, 34.
Captain Zamora Ortega II is a retired from the Army Infantry and in April 2009 he was promoted as the first head of delegation in the Central district, from the armed forces within a program to sectorize the department by the administration of Mayor Jorge Ramos Hernandez.
At the same time the names of the persons who were rescued in these various operations were released, they are Joel Israel Ruiz Alvarez, a 30-year-old native of Tijuana, Baja California and Abel Eduardo Rosas Moreno, 18 years of old native of Mexico City.
These last two allegedly belong to the group spearheaded by Luis Fernando Sanchez Arellano, also known as "El Ingeniero."
5 long guns also were seized along with 4 ballistic vests, 14 magazines of various calibers, 4 packages of marijuana weighing approximately five pounds and 401 thousand rounds of ammunition of various calibers.
Jose Manuel Garcia Simental, had assumed the leadership of the organization with the support of Lopez Uriarte, following the arrest of "El Teo." "El Muletas", in company of the younger García, was responsible for delivering the bodies of those executed by the group to Santiago Meza Lopez, "El Pozolero" who desolve them in acid.