Sunday, November 1, 2015
Member of musical group killed in Sinaloa
According to the first police reports, the victim was traveling with his companions from the Tatemas, Sinaloa town when they were intercepted by an armed group. The musical group were allegedly returning from a fifteen year old party.
The subjects forced the accordionist out of the car, identified as Marcos Felix Bojorquez, 30, and shot him dead.
The assailants forced the rest of the musicians to go on their way and then they left the body of the victim on a breach.
According to the newspaper El Debate, at 8:30 am agents of the Municipal Police arrived at the crime scene.
The musician's body was located eight kilometers from Sinaloa de Leyva, on a dirt road, face up and at first sight at least nine bullet wounds can be seen in the chest.
The newspaper reported that next to the musician's hat on his right hand next to his had a was a rope with which he was tied, to stop any resistance. Bojorquez was wearing a red uniform, black boots and hat.
The experts also located six R-15 rifle shells and three AK-47.
The body was taken by a funeral home and transferred to Guasave where he underwent the necropsy.