Saturday, May 18, 2019

Video: Armed suspects refuse to exit their Armored G-500, so police tow them to the station

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Reforma




Two armed men remained entrenched inside an armored Mercedes refusing orders to exits the vehicle.  They locked themselves in the G500, and would not budge.

Police decided to take action by towing the Mercedes to the Central Prosecutor's Office in Colonia Doctores of Mexico City.

The incident began around 5:50 pm this afternoon, when police from the Ministry of Public Safety (SSC) conducted the stop in a routine check at the corner of Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas and Calle Lucas Alamán.

After being towed, the van remained in front of the facilities of the agency, while the area remained secured by dozens of police officers, until at 7:00 pm they finally gave up and were arrested.

20 comments:

  1. Lmao....thats funny shit...theyd shot the windows out up here..

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    1. Good luck it’s an armored Mercedes did you even read the article

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    2. Up here......maybe he was talking about heaven

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    3. We have tools for proof windows here in the US moron.

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    4. 1225 it never said they shot out the window. It does say, they opened the door and we're arrested. Besides the Mercedes belongs to sac. 006.

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  2. If they are cjng gun them down

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    1. I would ne mad at cjng if cds was my favorite cartel too lol funny guys have too much hatred towards cjng but they don't realize all cartels are bad for society

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  3. Only in Mexico. You can’t make this stuff up.

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  4. While you n puerto Vallarta I saw several g500s cruising the strip. Must be patrolling as they did not respect any traffic laws and traffic was bad.

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  5. I wonder what would of happen to those individuals in the states?

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  6. Fearing for their lives and the probable confiscation of their vehicle. Judging from their possessions an Amparo is likely. With the return of their vehicle and their release.

    E42

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  7. Omg, I gotta say that is pretty funny......

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  8. Freaking rich spoiled chilangos..

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  9. Those inspections are unconstitutional to begin with. They were armed with .380 probably bought legally for protection but they didn't have carry permits. No one gets carry permits.

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  10. Hidalgo plates

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  11. They gave up because one of them couldn’t hold it in anymore and needed to take a dump.

    Queso

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