Thursday, December 13, 2018

Guerrero: Community Police Take Over Security from Petatlán Municipal Police

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Excelsior


Elements of the Civic Police of Costa Grande, attached to the Union of Peoples and Organizations of the State of Guerrero, (UPOEG) took control of the Municipal Directorate of Public Security and Traffic of Petatlán Guerrero and disarmed the Municipal Police in turn , to whom they accused of working with an organized crime group called 'Guerrerense Guard'.

The disarmament of Municipal Police occurred around the 5 pm on Monday, when the group of Community Police burst into the municipal seat, from the community of Santa Rosa, where on December 2 announced their conformation.

The Municipal security elements did not resist and were placed face down on the esplanade of the barracks , while the Community Police took control of the facilities.

The community spokesman, Víctor Espino Cortés, said they discovered that the radio communications equipment of the Municipal Police were connected to the radio equipment of the criminal group that operates in the area .

"From here ( the headquarters of the Municipal Police) the police  were telling all those criminal people everything, that's what we found when we arrived, that these people (the police ) were still communicating with them because we were listening to them; Municipal Police of Petatlán working for organized crime instead of working for the people, " he said.

Leaders of the community met in private with the state undersecretary of Government for Political Affairs, José Martín Maldonado , and the person in charge of the office of the Secretary of Public Security of the state, Rafael Horacio Perfecto Beltrán Noverola , with whom they agreed on a vote of mutual trust to pacify the region.

The mobilization of Community Police took place 24 hours after a confrontation that took place against alleged members of the criminal group "Guardia Guerrerense", on Sunday afternoon in the community of El Camalotito , in which three civilians were killed.

In Mid September Community Police Rose up in Tlapa, Gro:

Given the wave of violence, extortion, kidnappings and assassinations , community police from the Regional Coordinator of Community Authorities (CRAC) in the municipalities of Chilapa and Joaquín Herrera, accompanied by police officers of the Union of Peoples and Organizations of the State of Guerrero (UPOEG) , they entered Tlapa to take control of security.

According to the commander of the community police, Esteban Ramos Gallardo, his arrival obeys the request of several families who have been affected by the insecurity that plagues Tlapa. Approximately 200 community police arrived in the municipality.

The most outstanding case of the disappearances is that of the elected mayor of Cochoapa el Grande, Daniel Esteban González, who has been missing since September 2 , but according to the community police there are many similar cases.

It also reports 3 missing women from the community of Atlamajac, mother, daughter and granddaughter; as well as a woman who was taken against her will and appeared dead and half-buried by the municipal garbage dump.

The commander says that there is also a disappeared lawyer , Álvaro Rendón Ávila and the Public Ministry's Attorney in Justice for teenagers from Tlapa, Rosendo Acevedo García.

Crime snatches peace from Chilapa; the second most violent Municipality in the country.

Ramos Gallardo affirmed that they are not against the government, said that they will work with the UPOEG police for the good of the people of Tlapa, establishing a barracks in that city . In addition to that they will carry out a special operation to locate the mayor of Cochoapa el Grande.

19 comments:

  1. We wonder whos worst if the municipal police for been infiltrated or community police for being financed by cartels that eventually will end up being a cartel...

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    1. Good question!
      This continues to be a pattern for many communities in Mexico. Nevertheless, the initiative has been addressed by removing these dirt bags from abusive authority.
      One thing is certain these individuals who were in collusion with criminals will either be arrested or literally working on the front lines of this so called organized crime group. Only to be sent to their graves for doing what many are now doing.

      Guess life is cheaper than one truly thinks for some of these individuals.
      Best to hang yourself on a nopal.

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    2. Exactly just like in tierra caliente...

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    3. I couldn't agree with you more, then the community police act like there the good guys while doing the most dirt and the municipal police do the same thing. Nobody is safe

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    4. Well I will tell you that the violence will fall by doing this

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  2. Ay to the people of mexico I'm from fresno ca and I want you to know that you have not been forgotten...there's still people who pray for you every day and would whatever they could to help. Keep strong and dont give up! Stay safe

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    1. Visalia here. Praying doesn't do anything for mexico or for any injustice that takes place anywhere, ever. Mexico is not forgotten, particularly in the central valley. If you want to help them, then have discussions about the decriminalization of drugs. The more americans that get on-board, the quicker this failed 'war on drugs' can end.

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    2. Thanks 853, we need weapons to protect our towns, they are killing our people like never before. AR-15s and ammo is mostly needed, prayers help a little.

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    3. That’s why you leave them behind and come to America
      Instead of making. Mexico better

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    4. Prayer might not seem like much but the thought that someone who has never seen your face is praying to God on your behalf and asking for your families protection...that's a powerful thing.. I'll tell you right now ain't no one praying that my day goes better...but yeah we gotta get you guys armed and hopefully a more successful autodefensa movement or something...but like I said whatever we can do make ur known put the word out there...

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  3. Community police is not financed by cartels.

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    1. 11:01 then by who...??...cause goverment aint...tell me what cartel these municipal police is helping n i will tell u whos financing these community police.. look what happened in michoacan with auto defensas they became a cartel

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    2. Might not be at first but eventually yes,then they involve into their own cartel

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  4. Vigilante Justice is one sure sign of the breakdown of the rule of law. The government can't and won't let this group of community police take over, lest they lose power over the status quo and the ability to squeeze the people and land for money, life, and resources.

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  5. Dudes are ex templarios and some fm working for pez hope they kill the curnudos tuta viagras tried but failed only one could but fucking tuta morza back stabbed him and lost the plaza

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    1. Puro pinche ratero, secuestrador de mierda nombraste

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    2. Well that’s who they are if you don’t like the truth oh well fuck los cuernudos y cjng and Guardia Guerrerense shits gana get real now costa grande vs Tierra caliente pez is lucky he came now should of Tried back in 2008-2014 when shit was packed with crazy mfers from the costa grande. I have a feeling cuernudos days are over

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  6. Comandante Joaquin Baez was the Jefe of the federal police in Petlatlan. I wonder if he was deposed? He warned me sternly about driving Mex 200 between there and Acapulco after sundown.

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  7. If he was good he is alive but the federales worked for gavilian back in the days. Or also could
    Of died in the war in 2013-2014 with templarios because petatlan separated from templarios to cjng it got bad from Petatlán against union. La unión won zihuatanejo but morza back stabbed the regional boss and couldn’t do shit Petatlán from
    Then on with los cuernudos took over and it’s about time they are over that plaza is cursed only last 3 years tops ask gavilian he’s in jail and now pez is gana take over. Roumer had it that cjng was a government cartel they did bad in costa grande tho. Supposedly too petatlan and cjng sent people to Tierra caliente for an alliance in the party they had not sure if it was a wedding or quincenera but instead of a pact they decided to kill each other wounder if this is backback

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