Sunday, January 4, 2015

san antonio murder suspect, flees to mexico kills piedras negras cop & taxi driver

written by Lucio, using information from La Rancherita del Aire radio

Telling family and friends “I am not going back to prison, I will shoot it out”, murder suspect Ignacio Ruiz is sitting in a Mexican jail cell after an intense shootout with police, that resulted in the killing  of a Piedras Negras police officer.


Bexar Texas sheriff's office spokesperson says Ruiz, 37, born in San Jose, California,  is currently on parole after  serving time for attempted capital murder on a police officer


Ruiz is wanted for the murder of Joshua Vidales, who was shot and killed on January 1st  on Macdona Lacoste road.  


The shooting occurred inside a residence and resulted in a second  victim being taken to the hospital.


Ruiz fled to Piedras Negras, the Mexican border town adjacent to Eagle Pass Texas.  
Originally, Ruiz was driving his black Mazda to escape Texas.  At the time of the shootout, Ruiz was riding in a Taxi, and had instructed the driver to stay away from areas with police and to drive south to get him out of the area.  He became enraged when he saw they were in an area with police, the driver stopped the cab and tried to run away when Ruiz gunned him down. That prompted the shootout that killed 2 and injured 2.  An element of police, and taxi driver subcummed to their inuries, and two others, civilian passer-byes were injured. 

(Zocalo just reported an hour ago the taxi driver died from his injuries.)


He then turned to the Taxi driver and shot him 4 times wounding him, and took control the Taxi, attempting to flee, triggering the high-speed chase by police, ending when police were able to force him off the road.
Texas mugshot from his attempted murder of a police officer

Ruiz was in the company of Janel Cerda, who, was also arrested.  Ruiz says he forced Cerda to come with him after he killed her cousin because she had witnessed the shooting.  This is a different account than San Antonio press articles, in those she is described as his girlfriend.

The Piedras Negras officer,  Antonio Sorina de Luna, 24, died from his injuries in a Saltillo hospital, where he was airlifted in an attempt to save his life. 


Witnesses said the officer died a hero, as he  was shielding two children from the shootout when he was hit by gunfire.


Two of the injured were women, both aged 52.

49 comments:

  1. Scumbag piece of shit sonofabitch. Send him back to texas but first let this fucker try out the Mexican prisons

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    1. Thought you where talking about the dead cop.

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  2. Love those mugshots down there in Mexico....only redeeming quality left.

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  3. This piece of shit should have died in the shoot out, but it's surprising that the Mexican police didn't just shoot him dead. RIP Antonio Sorina.

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  4. Mexico you can keep the bastard. FYI to lawmakers - people that try and kill a police officer should stay in prison and never get parole!

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    1. I was just thinking that i think he would of got more time for a pot charge

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    2. u r very right they would have gave him the chair if he was caught with pot lol

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  5. Just what everyone needs on day 1 of a new year. Mexican-'Murkins going to Mexico and killing Mexicans, as if life there isn't bad enough. Asshole!

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  6. Fucking monkey bitch! That puny punk won't last in a Mexican prison. By the looks of him he was in protective custody and no doubt someone's bitch in the slammer. Looks like the police got in a few steel toed pops to head. Nice but they should have put him down like a wild animal. Stone cold killer going to shoot the taxi driver no doubt in the back. He's a s good as dead. Sorry to hear of the officer killed, hopefully he was an honest one. Regardless, he saved 2 children's lives so I respect that.

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  7. Damn wer the fucc take his mugshots at the bazar?

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  8. Likely the dead cop was on cartel payroll, but at least he died protecting kids in a final act of valor.

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  9. We got bad ones in SA sorry Mexico we should have got him before he got MX

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  10. Is this related to the Mexican drug war, or is it getting off track from what BB is all about ? I don't see any cartel connection, which I believe is the mission statement of BB.

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    1. ....said the legal deparrtment of the internet. This article is definitely within the realm of what most BB readers find interesting. Short article; easy to skip if you need the pure cartel fix.

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    2. hey post police, don't be an asshole, when you have a blog you can make and break rules, in the meantime this was an interesting post with much information. I bet it does well.

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  11. Remember folks that this man is innocent until proven guilty in the court of law..... jajajaja

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  12. I don't get it was a taxi taking him to Mexico? so the Mexican cops were setting up road blocks for him? did him crossing and killing the Mexican cop happened on the same day

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    1. the article says he drove his mazda to the border then got into the taxi

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  13. Just one more regula crazed maniac in the style of the US desperado production line, he just didn't know pot was legal,ok?
    --on the other hand, this case does not justify the murdering of unarmed US citizens or the disappearances, kidnappings, or murders of mexican citizens, by mexican law enforcement, or military, or paramilitaryelements, just because the US bought and paid them and for their equipment....
    --also @1:41... the border has expanded to the patagonia and to alaska, also to europe and rusia, and africa and asia, it is not aymore about scuba diving on the bottom of the rio grande river anymore, and that's the news! To you at least honeybuns...

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    1. Fuckin idiot,make you feel good millie?Rat bastard hoping for crime and death

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  14. 1:41Pm hey man just freaking read. The articule que te valga queso what is all about.

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  15. Hard to say how I feel about the death penalty unless I had a situation or crime occur against a loved one that might warrant it. However, if Mexico had the death penalty and a speedy process like Texas, then imagine how little scum would exist there. Each day they should just empty out half the prisons using the death penalty.. One thing is certain, I'd rather take my chances in the US prison system. Why the hell flee to Mexico to risk being beheaded. A day in jail with your head is better than headless Mexican roadkill!

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  16. lucio, ignore the whinny bitch I know I appreciate your work and judging by the popular posts list consistently being mostly your posts, looks like everyone appreciates your work. and you translate also. thank you sir

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  17. HERE we go again another thug that perpetuates crime/crimes and then flees back to his own country. ..& Sometimes is the other way around they commit the crimes in their country and when they get the heat from the other/s family members or heat from enemies they flee to the USA or sometimes even Canada. Among other places. WHAT A SHIT.

    IT SHOWS THAT TODAY WE ARE NOT JUST LEAVING IN A GLOBALISATION FROM A BUSINESS POINT OF VIEW. BUT ALSO IN THE FORM CRIMINALITY. Criminals are going global perpetuating all around the world. This world is messed up. No joke.

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  18. Any story involving the police of Piedras Negras is by definition a cartel-related story, no? Since the Piedras Negras police are controlled by the Zetas. Of course, that means we can't necessarily believe any account of what happened in this or any other incident.

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  19. They might still just let him go though, depending on how much money he has.

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  20. Well, looking at they killers picture, he looks abnormal. Like he has a mental issue. Yes he is criminal however didn't look like he got any help when he was first incarcerated.

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    1. Chucky the mexican with rage. lol

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  21. Kill him like El Wicked got killed

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  22. That face he's making in the first picture reminds me of Comandante Kilo when he was arrested and shackled like an animal in pain.

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  23. once a criminal always a criminal
    that shit isnt curable.
    put a bullet in em all
    save taxpayer dollars
    reformed my ass

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    1. Who do we put El Jimy in with, Chivis? Some of you are making it seem as if he's a God damned hero or someshit. He's a piece of shit, too. I say put them in a room with 10 male family members of their victims.

      -El Arrepentido de la Sierra

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    2. Welcome back Chivis!! How have you been?

      I agree. Put him with "El Jimmy" and give him the "El Wicked" special.

      Rest in peace Antonio Sorina. Now that's a hero.

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    3. Hola!

      I agree, and sure wished the media would give a little nod to the fallen officer. He was young, and his character had not yet been compromised..

      As for Ruiz, he told to the police "I don't kill women" as though that gave him bragging rights, in the PN shootout 2 of the injured were women.

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    4. Thats true Chivis, he was young. I pray there are more good cops like him out there.

      That's funny that Ruiz said he doesn't kill women. I guess he's just a pendejo who shoots innocent people.

      It's good to see you back Chivis. Are you here to stay with us?

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  25. Anyone else think there is something not quite right with Ruiz in the SEGOB arrest photo? Almost looks like a corpse that's been propped up ~ and the fingers aren't wrapped around the weapons normally. Beaten body? Hands crushed, perhaps?

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    1. Yes, he appears to be under duress. He has that look on his face, and he is probably wishing he'd have stayed put in Texas. LOL!

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  26. This ass hole was a teenage gangster BC bad company was the name of his gang that bexar county nows about him and his brother Ismael nothing but trouble drug dealing stealing vechicals robbing people

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  27. Him and his brother nothing but trouble drug dealing stealing cars robbery there are gangster BC bad company knomn by bexar county sheriff depart

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  28. See the knots on his forehead
    Cops beat his ass upon arrest..
    Girlfriend looks like she got roughed up too. This guy is a loser trying to pawn off insanity in the mug shots..

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  29. I know this is a Mexican law enforcement and media peculiarity, but what is the reason or point of showing the perp holding the alledged murder weapon? After all, it is evidence, someone elses prints could be on it, the ballistics investigation has been compromised and lot's of things could go wrong from a safety stand point. I bet they wouldn't let him pose with a knife. And I'm sure it has happened that innocent homicide suspects have been paraded before the media, with alleged murder weapon in hand, influencing future and potential juries or judges. That's a strong prosecution tool don't you think?

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  30. Calzones, tan tan tan

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  31. He will face the lord judgement day!

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  32. The POS has a FB profile, reading some of his pic comments, you can tell he was becoming mental in the last few months....https://www.facebook.com/ignacio.ruiz.5682944

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  33. That motherfucking son of a bitch is in PAIN in the photo!!!! Hahaha that's what you get for killing Mexican cops pendejo ahora te va cargar la chingada miserable animal.

    Te duelen los putazos k te dieron los policias? mijo? Pues no k muy bravo?

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  34. any updates on this guy? dead yet?

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