Monday, July 1, 2019

18,500 Liters of Huachicol Secured in Veracruz

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Excelsior
Tuxpan, Veracruz:
The Secretariat of the Navy-Navy of Mexico , in support of the Joint Plan of Attention to the Strategic Installations of PEMEX 2019, and acting as Naval Police through the Naval Sector of Tuxpan, based in Tuxpan, Veracruz confirmed  that the yesterday during ground deterrent patrols, he secured two torton-type vehicles and approximately 18,500 liters of suspected stolen hydrocarbons in the vicinity of the municipality of Tihuatlán, Veracruz.

This action was developed when naval personnel carrying out land patrols located two abandoned torton-type vehicles in the vicinity of the municipality of Tihuatlán , Veracruz, so they proceeded to carry out their routine inspection.
The first vehicle, had inside a cistern holding  tank with a capacity of 25,000  liters, containing approximately 3,750 liters of liquid with the characteristics of hydrocarbon.

In the second vehicle was found another cistern holding tank also with a capacity of 25,000 liters , containing approximately 14,750 liters of fuel.

Both vehicles were secured, and together with the alleged hydrocarbon, will be made available to the competent authorities for the integration of the corresponding investigation folder.

With these actions, the Navy-Navy Secretariat of Mexico contributes to the peace of citizenship and reaffirms the commitment to prevent fuel theft, as well as contribute to the National Plan for Peace and Security 2018-2024 of the Government of Mexico, acting always in strict adherence to Human Rights.

15 comments:

  1. That’s hilarious. That truck looks guilty asf. Looks really sad that it got caught stealing. I’m surprised the Mexican government didn’t block out its headlights. Lmao. Like they do the people they arrest.
    Arriba Cuauhtémoc

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    1. Aribba Argentina, Viva Peron!

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    2. 6:31 cochenesa madre!
      Argentina only survives because:
      argentinos are cheaper than lab rats!

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  2. Cuitlahuac Garcia is the name of the governor of Veracruz/ Morena.
    These troques were probably delivering but the drivers ran out of kickback money, they sure were let go home for bribe money. And did not come back, somebody is going to pay for the trucks, with their nalgas.

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  3. Por lo regular así se conocen esos camiones allá por Veracruz y Guerrero. Los famosos Tortons. - Sol Prendido

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    1. The Ruben Figueroa Figueroa family used to own all the tortons around Guerrero and move them all over the country, they may still move some huachicol in them, one gallon milk jugs would not do.

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  4. Naval effective force. Amlo will close them down

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  5. Navy Marina's helped out, it was predicted, that they only comfiscate the stolen fuel, but rarely the suspects driving the two trucks, unless you mean to tell me ghosts high on meth we're driving.

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    1. Thearinas will confiscate the troques too, but their job #1 is to protect their oil, gasoducts, gasoline, because it will pay their checks, they are legal and the Huachicoleros, are not.

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  6. Looks like someone didn't plan on getting stuck in the mud.

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  7. I’m sure stolen gas makes its way into Texas, Cali, and AZ.

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    1. Nope not really, it gets sold to the people with cars at half price.

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    2. 9:24 Texas do it by the oil tanker, stolen from PEMEX marine platforms,

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    3. @7:22, You must own gas stations on the border 😂

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  8. Fuk#n Navy Marina's not good for nothing, can't keep the peasants safe.

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