Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Tijuana: 2 police shot in under 12 hours

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Two heads of the Municipal Police of Tijuana were shot and wounded in two different incidents that occurred in less than 12 hours. Both officers are in the hospital and their two assailants are also hospitalized and arrested.

The first of the events occurred near the Otay police station, on Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz street in the Roberto de la Madrid neighborhood, at 2:30 in the afternoon of Saturday, March 2. The supervisor of the Centenario delegation, César Contreras Gómez was on patrol, when he and his partner tried to check a subject on the street.

The man, who was wearing a green shirt and denim pants, did not wait for the agents to come to him and shot them, managing to hurt the supervisor. However, both policemen also succeeded in injuring the offender, who was injured in the street, while the injured officer's companion transferred him to the private clinic Nueva Tijuana, from where he was taken to the Red Cross.

 Another group of policemen came to assure the offender, who was still lying in the street as a result of the injuries. The aggressor was identified as Ramón Gómez Ruiz, 38 years old and originally from Colima. After stabilizing him, paramedics transferred him to the General Hospital, where he is under arrest.

The subject was located the 40-gauge pistol with which he wounded the agent, which had a skull in the form of the character "Punisher". Although the supervisor's partner was not injured, the patrol in which they were traveling received several gun shots.

Hours later, in the early hours of this Sunday, March 3, a shift leader and his partner were greeted with bullets when they tried to arrest an assailant.

The policemen were traveling on Bernardo O'Higgins Street in the Benton neighborhood when they heard the alarm of robbery from a mechanic's shop.

The officers entered to check the establishment, but a subject inside was shot and wounded the deputy chief Eduardo Medina Correa in one leg, he was transferred by his partner to the Red Cross.

Police who responded to the report, found the assailant still inside the workshop, wounded by bullet, they proceeded to call an ambulance to be transferred to a hospital, where he was placed under arrest

16 comments:

  1. La pistola con la calavera de los antrax? Sicario 006 gonna come here like the koolaid man.... O yeah!!

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  2. Este gordo es cds. Esta bien comido el wey los otros pobres tweekers todos raqiticos y ñangos de tanto cristal y maruchan que se meten.

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    1. On the contrary.. el punisher Es ctng

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    2. 6:46 dude 😂😂you had me rolling

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    3. 3:03 but is true sicario 006 wont let me lie cds have only the top nutrionist in the game!

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    4. 10:50 que no la traiba el chino antrax?

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  3. That is a polymer 80 Pistol right there. Knew it would only be a matter of time before these started showing up.....See below:

    https://www.polymer80.com/pistol-frames

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    1. You are right about it being a 80% lower. Holy shit they made it to Tijuana. Not a good sign.

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    2. 8:55 how u know theres no serial number???.. stop pretending u know it all,its easier to get a serialized weapon on the street than to get a ghost gun..

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    3. Hey 8:47. No serial # you retard. I have boxes of those lower for Glocks. Numbers mean nothing anyways. It’s illegal for the US to register firearms federally. It’s also legal to make your own firearm as long as it’s semi auto and you never sell it. The %80 means you finish it yourself. Nothing like a complete imbisile talking about guns when they, you, know nothing. It’s better to let people think you’re an idiot than to post a comment and remove all doubt. And the largest retailer in the US for those is in San Diego. As far as the ATF is concerned, it’s just plastic. And no wonder he lost in a gunfight. He probably drilled the pin holes crooked or the slide hung up.

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  4. If the shooter survives his GSWs, I bet he will be interrogated "Mexican" style.
    Mexico-Watcher

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  5. Ctng the new owners de la tia Juana

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    1. They dont even own the calzones they wearing. El cielo sigue verde 🐸

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  6. Never heard of a 40 guage pistol? But I have heard of a 12 guage shotgun. Crackheads attacking police what gives.

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  7. Hahaha koolaid y bien comido.

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