Sunday, May 19, 2019

San Juan de Sabinas, Coahuila: 5 Bodies Left in Car at Police Station

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Vanguardia y El Sol
Piedras Negras, Coahuila May 18, 2019

The event occurred in the Carboniferous and North regions, in area about one hour away; operatives deployed.

According to an official statement, the State Prosecutor's Office (FGE) learned early Saturday morning of the abandonment of a vehicle in the vicinity of the offices of the Investigative Police in the  Municipality of San Juan de Sabinas,  inside they found the bodies of five people without life. 

"Staff of the FGE opened an investigation folder in this regard, proceeds to the identification of the bodies, as well as the collection of evidence to clarify the facts and punish those responsible," said the document released to the media this morning.

Armed assault on police officers near the Nava-Piedras Negras Highway: Are they related ?

Regarding a different act of violence, the FGE also reported that armed persons attacked security elements" who were traveling on the Nava-Piedras Negras highway, by the facilities of  a beer company." 

"Elements of security bodies of different orders of government were carrying  out an operation by air and land in search of armed civilians that this morning, around 4:00 am, and they were assaulted ," said the Prosecutor's Office said in a prior notice. 

"According to preliminary reports, the injured are two elements of the Municipal Police and one of the State Police , who were injured by firearms and already have received medical attention," said the Prosecutor.

An investigation has been opened to find and prosecute those responsible.

8 comments:

  1. A message I'm sure to whom?

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  2. Tire tracks coming FROM police station. Dodmt want to travel too far to send their message.

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  3. Mexico pretends doing investagation and we know the outcome is ZERO or nothing. Stop your pretentious ways. Mexico is close to he'll pr even worst than where satan live.

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  4. I live in this area the bodies were a family, husband, wife and son along with a couple others that were their employees. Apearently they kidnapped the husband and wanted payment then killed all of them.

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  5. I visit my great-grandparents hometown in Coahuila. Family members and locals tell me that local police are using tactics similar to what US LE have been using. I won’t disagree or agree with you guys but I’ve seen it with my own eyes. The whole Mexican justice system is a joke!!

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    1. 12:09 YOU ARE RIGHT MISTER, after facking around for 24 years since Salinas stole the military budget, the Mexican military have been given free rein to ste the cartels businesses, but it was never enough because they are una pinche bola de pendejos much used to get their maruchan fed at the right times. They degenerated into a force that needs sponsorship from the federal and state police, all "acreditados" good for nothing, they did not even ever qualify to be a facking Banana Republic Junta...

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  6. Coahuila . . . CDN, Golfos, Zetas . . . turning up the heat -

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  7. The FGE will punish those responsible. Check with the local cartel. The problem is once caught, they are set free to kill again.

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