Saturday, June 14, 2014

Mexican Authorities Rescue American Woman Kidnapped in Reynosa

An American citizen is back with her family after she was reported missing in Reynosa.

Mexican authorities say seven alleged kidnappers are behind bars in connection with the case, among them is a 14-year-old girl.

Tamaulipas officials say the 27-year-old woman was kidnapped and held for eight days.

Mexican authorities rescued the woman near a shopping mall in Reynosa on June 9. Officers arrested the abductors as they tried to collect a ransom for the hostage. No shots were fired in the operation.
Officials said the teenage girl was in charge of delivering food to the kidnapping victim.

The woman received medical attention following her rescue. She was then turned over to her family. The victim's information was not released.

The above is from KVRG below is Valley Centrals post:
Seven people are behind bars after authorities rescued an American woman who was kidnapped south of the border in Reynosa.

Tamaulipas state officials confirmed on Friday that the seven were arrested following a special operation to rescue the woman on Monday.

Investigators reported that the 27-year-old American woman was kidnapped on June 1st but held captive eight days with her hands and feet tied.

Federal authorities rescued the woman at a shopping center without a single shot being fired.
Investigators reported that two of the suspects allegedly tried to escape in a truck with two other suspects. The four were identified as:

• Erick Alan García Villarreal, 19
• Jorge Arturo García Correa, 20
• Jesús Antonio Hernández Villanueva, 25
• Gerardo Avila Hernández, 30
Authorities investigating the kidnapping ring identified and arrested three more people who worked as caretakers at homes where kidnapping victims were being held:
• Jorge Luis Flores Islas, 18
• Juan Osiel Navarro Alemán, 29 años
• 14-Year-Old Suspect, Name Not Released

Tamaulipas officials report that the kidnapping victim was given medical attention and returned to family members while the case remains under investigation

Thank you reader for the heads up!

30 comments:

  1. Its like every sentence is repeated two or three times each worded a tiny bit differently

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  2. Eventually they were gonna get caught. Damn kids thought it was gonna be easy money.

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  3. These hoodlums think they can live of kidnapping Americans and think its gonna continue without getting caught but eventually they're gonna get caught or some other group is gonna end up cutting their heads off.

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    1. These are the people getting taken out by "la limpia" in tamaulipas.

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  4. The situation down in Mexico is very sad.In my opinion the only solution that can fix all this,is to simply boycott Mexico in every aspect.I know it sounds cruel(mainly for the honest hard working people that live there and for the family members that live in the States.)I think boycotting tourism will put pressure on the government to really crack down on the crime down there,instead of doing half-ass jobs or completely ignoring the situation.I know it sounds easier that actually doing it.But there are a lot of people that in complete denial about all this.I myself had a trip planned to go there(business not pleasure)but I chose not to go there.Even though some of my family members did go(example of people in denial).Most people say,that its calm down there and only if you're involved,you are in danger.But like I said,you just never know when you'll get caught in the cross fire.I'm not a coward.But basically how I see it is,I'd rather die for a reason than nothing at all.So yes,boycotting Mexico(in my opinion)is a possible solution.

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    1. So we can have a bigger problem at the border boycotting will only make it worst

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    2. Well the problem here is not the mexican people but their fucken corrupt goverment. Allow me to elaborate , mexicans flee mexico cause lack of jobs and cause mexico is a 3 world country right? Among other reasons. Well the problem is the mexican goverment, so maybe taxing pemex with 10 barrels of oil peer illegal immigrant here in USA. And giving mexico an ultimatum either keep your people feed and clothed or you will become another puerto Rico. I guarantee the immigration problem will be fix in 2 years.

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    3. When younger and feeling more invincible, I would travel throughout main land Mexico by bus or our own vehicle. We would go all along the coast of Michiocan. Ive had friends get robbed at gun point. Dogs shot at feet, trucks stolen. All along to the present stuff like that would.happen and one would hear about it. The point being seems that social media only speeds up the report and is able to funnel different stories together making what I think has been going on for for time immemorial. It does feel like the last bastion of the wild west.

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  5. reason I do not go to Mexico

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  6. When it's an American Mexican authorities act quickly but when it's a non American they don't even care.

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  7. I'm glad she was rescued and returned home. But this shows how pathetic and corrupt the mexican government is. They'll jump on an American reported kidnapped (glad to know this) but not their own people. If she were a mexican citizen she would have been found in pieces somewhere.

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    1. I think you are wrong. Why dont they free the marine in tijuana from prison if they favor americans.

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    2. The marine was apprehended while bringing fire arms into mexico. Assault weapons like the ones he brought are fueling the violence. He wasnt some inncocent person randomly kidnapped.

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  8. And as each day passes, Texas gets more and more like cesspool Meheco

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  9. And here we go with the negative press for Mexico.. Non Spanish speaking bastards. Yes, everything you read here is a direct reflection of all of mexico, the entire country (*sarcasm)

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  10. The state department should issue a no travel policy in Mexico. And they should have Border agents turn all Americans away at the border. They will not do that though. It is important for the US government to make everyone think everything is OK south of the border.

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    1. Turn Americans away from the mess created by America? America needs protection from itself. Lol.

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    2. Yes the state department should issue a no travel policy anything east of el paso/juarez

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  11. God Bless the lady. It is my mission to return to Mexico help the people of Mexico.

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  12. "God Bless the lady. It is my mission to return to Mexico help the people of Mexico.
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    Hurry up,you can do it,you can help the world while your at it.The mission has begun and supper-balls is here.Countdown to mission has begun,report back

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  13. When there is news of US citizens being missing, killed, or kidnapped, they almost always have a Mexican (spanish) last name. It doesn't say in this case. And based just on the report here, I can't see where there was any particular US influence or involvement. Maybe there was. My guess is the US citizen victims in these cases are either mistaken for Mexican, or are otherwise collateral damage. The fact, if ever uncovered for whatever reason, that a victim is US citizen gets attention. But everyday I see postings on facebook and other places about missing Mexicans and I wonder what is the outcome. I am hearing more of organ harvesting, especially from children. Maybe more Americans will become victims if organ trafficing becomes an expanding activity.

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  14. It's funny how there are many US citizens living in Mexico and not often are they kidnapped. Yet when one is kidnapped the government forces are quick to act. But if it's a Mexican citizen.. well, good luck. They would rather protect their image to the outside than the inside.

    Crappy situation :(

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  15. here is the state department warnings, an overview and state by state

    http://travel.state.gov/content/passports/english/alertswarnings/mexico-travel-warning.html

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  16. I wouldnt go to mexico unless i was wearing a burka with a grenade belt on! @8:29 p.m i dont bash mexico just the narcos and im in america.i dont need to learn spanish but id like to!!!

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  17. SO not true 2:43, Mexican authorities rarely, as in almost never, rescue Americans kidnapped. I have worked with dozens of cases, and have been privy to the communications between families and authorities.

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  18. Tu Sancho
    Jan 25, 2014 HARRY DEVERT IN MICHOACAN
    SAME DAY JAMES STACY IN TAMAULIPAS

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  19. the federal police extorting the narcs to the point that they have to kidnap anyone for whatever money they might have, to pay more to the master kidnappers for ransom, the SSP, left over by genaro garcia luna to do the SSP work, ony the SSP will not do it, the SSP bosses can only provide private security, if you PAY out of your own pocket, otherwise you are on your own, good luck.
    the federal SSP supplement their ranks from state SSP and locally from municipal corrupt police elements who know what is up on their cities, otherwise the narcs would not be so broke that they need to kidnapp and be killing each other for nothing; like the drug producers, they are not getting paid, and the table scraps are good enough for only a few dogs.
    poor farmers never make enough money, and sicarios don't even finish paying for their guns when they get arrested or killed, they are living on empty promises, no room for decency, thanks to the mexican federal police.

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  20. What about our US Marine in a Mexican jail. We want him back pronto?

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  21. screw the boycott. wage war, take it over and destroy the crime rings.

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  22. @5:50 your US marine, with pstd, had no reason to be in posession of grenades and weapons while undergoing treatment or seeking it, he could have stayed in the military and play with weapons to his heart's content, more tot he point, coming from corrupt florida state, drug traffickng and money laundering home of jeb bush and felix ismael rodriguez, and their drug trafficking associates, refuge of republican corruption, how can anybody trust our marine is not just part of some darker conspiracy?

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