Saturday, January 19, 2019

Juarez: Security alert issued after violence by La Linea and Los Mexicles

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat-Thank you JF-material from El Diario and OSAC


For two days violence has permeated Juarez.

"La Línea" and "Los Mexicles" allied to orchestrate and execute  attacks against municipal police.
Eight officers have been shot, 2 critically.  

12  alleged perpetrators were arrested, including two leaders of "Los Mexicles" identified as Jesus Daniel LR and Luis Santiago EC, nicknamed "El Miclo". All were consigned to the PGR, he reported.

12 of the alleged perpetrators were arrested, including two leaders of "Los Mexicles" identified as Jesus Daniel LR and Luis Santiago EC, nicknamed "El Miclo". All were consigned to the PGR, he reported.

The first attack recorded at the home of a commander of the SSPM, at 14:53 hours, on the streets El Principio and Puerto Cádiz, five alleged perpetrators were arrested who wounded three police officers by gunshots.

The detainees were identified as Ulises MH, 25; Eliazar E. de la P., of 26; Alan Alexis CL; Edgar David NV and Kevin PB

The second attack was recorded at 3:16 p.m. at the intersection of De las Torres Avenue and Zaragoza Boulevard, where a female agent was injured.

A third attack occurred in the city center at 3:40 pm, against an agent of the Special Police, it was at the intersection of Manuel Acuña and Ramón Ortiz streets.

The same agent arrested a 16-year-old woman identified as Linda Yessenia G., who was in possession of a cell phone with instructions to assassinate the officer, Mayor Cabada said.

At 4:50 pm, the fourth attempted homicide event was recorded leaving  four injured officers who were guarding the East District station of the SSPM in the Arcadas subdivision.

A fifth assault occurred at 7:23 pm against the facilities of Distrito Poniente located on De los Aztecas Avenue, without injured agents, it was reported.

Minutes later, the last of the events was reported at 7:52 pm, when an official unit of the corporation was shot at the intersection of Justo Sierra and Ramón Rayón streets in the Salvárcar neighborhood, where an alleged hit man named Cristian was arrested,  24 years old.

The municipal police and elements of the Prosecutor's Office later detained Héctor Samuel GR, aged 26; Ramón Heriberto GD, 37; Ramón GL, 38, and Jesús Daniel LR, 36, after the assault with a firearm on police elements at a safe house.

The mayor said that members of those organizations burned a bus on Avenida Tecnológico and Aeronáutica after the arrests, attempting to confuse the authority.


This prompted OSAC to issue a security alert for Juarez. 

Security Alert: Ciudad Juarez (Mexico), Series of Attacks against PoliceCrime; Political Violence

Western Hemisphere -- Mexico; Western Hemisphere -- Mexico -- Ciudad Juarez
1/18/2019

Location:  Ciudad Juarez and Chihuahua City, Mexico

Event:  The Consulate General is aware of a series of connected attacks against police officers in Ciudad Juarez and Chihuahua City that started on January 17, 2019.  Authorities believe that members of organized criminal groups are carrying out these attacks, which are expected to continue.  U.S. government personnel have been advised to avoid police stations and other law enforcement facilities in both cities to the extent possible until further notice.

Actions to Take:
  1. For police and other emergency assistance, dial 911.
  2. Be aware of your surroundings at all times.
  3. Monitor local media for updates.
  4. Use caution when driving in heavy traffic or at night.
  5. Drive with your doors locked and windows up.
  6. Be prepared to take alternative routes between home and work and other frequent locations.

 Assistance:
U.S. Consulate General in Ciudad JuarezPaseo de la Victoria #3650, Fracc. Partido SenecuCiudad Juarez, Chihuahua01-656-344-3032 (Within Mexico)1-844-528-6611 (From the United States)CDJSCS@state.gov State Department – Consular Affairs888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444

9 comments:

  1. Chivis huge pipeline explosion in Mexico

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  2. Criminal justice from those who have yet to fall in agreement with distribution rights.
    Trying the state by criminal organizations to continue what's been transparent for so long in Mexico.
    Reffernce; to corruption.

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  3. arrests? they should have executed these bitches on sight. forget taking them into custody to be released in days just put one in the back of the head and eliminate these shits from ever breathing again.

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  4. The line of Juarez?

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    1. La Linea is a bunch of gangbangers from Juarez.

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    2. 2:19 ganbangers or not they manage to kick CDS ass i .The city and the most part of the state of Chihuahua.

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  5. Como me dueles mi Juaritos.
    Pura pinche gente avara causando desmadre a mi querida ciudad. Que tristesa.

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  6. the Juarez Municipales are aligned with the Aztecas now. They have cut all ties with La Linea. La Linea and Mexicles are weaker than ever.

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    1. Fuckin Linea fucked up splitting with Aztecas to begin with. They had control of both sides of the border with them and their fuckin pride got in the way.
      Serves them right.

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