[ Subject Matter: CJNG in Tijuana
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Reporter: Zeta Redaction and Cortesia
Jorge Javier Castro Valle and Cesar Josue Castro Aguayo, members of the CJNG and ex policeman from Jalisco, were detained for being allegedly responsible for the homicide of Municipal Policeman Victor Manuel Inzunza Luna, on the night of 27th of November in Tijuana.
Cesar Josue Castro Aguayo, alias "El Percheron", 23 years of age and sub commander of the Municipal Police of Guadalajara, Jalisco, declared that the homicide was ordered by a criminal nicknamed "El Sapo".
Castro Aguayo was identified as an active member of the CJNG. For the past year, he has been hiding in Tijuana and his function was to buy arms in the United States to send them to Guadalajara, Jalisco.
Elements of the Municipal and State Preventative Police carried out the detention after the criminals had been seen around 08:30 in the night in the Mariano Matamoros Colonia and which resulted the grave wounding of agent Janet Cocolan.
|its the second assassination of Municipal Police in two days|
Meanwhile, Jorge Javier Castro Valle had been captured various times in the United States for fraud and drug dealing. The Secretary of Public Municipal Security (SSPM) informed that he is attributed to the purchase of the arms which were used yesterday to attack the Municipal Police, which he had registered in the United States then planned to smuggle them into Tijuana.
The Officials attacked were in patrol car 0676 in the Calle Francisco Javier Mina in the Matamoros Colonia, when they reported by radio that they would detain a black BMW automobile, which the police corporations had been seeking a vehicle with the same characteristics after being alerted.
The State Preventative Police like the SSPM commenced a pursuit of the reported vehicle and the operation concluded with the detention of the two men, who were in possession of an AK47 assault rifle, known in Mexico as "Cuerno de Chivo" and a pistol.
The detained and the arms were put at the disposition of the investigating authorities.
Original article in Spanish at Zetatijuana