Monday, July 1, 2019

CDMX Operation: 32 Missing People Found; 89 Detained



Operation Rastrillo was carried out in the municipalities of Chalco, Chicoloapan, Chimalhuacán, and Valle de Chalco.  It had the participation of the Secretariat of National Defense (SEDENA), Secretariat of Security of the State of Mexico (SSE), and the General Prosecutor’s Office of the State of Mexico (FGJEM), and the Mobility Secretariat of Mexico City.

Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat

Mexico City, June 30 (SinEmbargo) – Federal, state, and municipal forces carried out an operation in four municipalities of the State of Mexico and rescued 32 people reported missing, arrested 89 for various crimes, and confiscated drugs and stolen cars.

During the 154 operations, the security forces arrested 89 people for their probable participation in various crimes, of which 34 of them had arrest warrants against them.


1,350 security personnel participated in the operations; 43 operations in Chalco, 33 in Chicoloapan, 45 in Chimalhuacán, and 33 in Valle de Chalco.

According to information from Mexican authorities, Operation Rastrillo was carried out at 3:00 hours on Friday, June 28, and it sought to serve 91 neighborhoods considered as having a high crime rate.


For his part, the State Prosecutor of the State of Mexico, Alejandro Gómez, reported that the 34 people that were arrested that had an arrest warrant, were for crimes such as homicide, rape, statutory rape, sexual abuse, vehicle theft with violence, robbery, theft, aggravated robbery, injuries, and dispossession.

Meanwhile, the other 55 were arrested were caught for: in flagrante delicto, concealment, possession of weapons for exclusive use by the Mexican Army, assault on communication channels, use of false documents, and use of prohibited weapons.

The police forces secured 545 doses of marijuana, 22 of cocaine, 4 firearms, 6 magazine of various calibers, 5 prohibited weapons, 20 vehicles, 11 vehicles with stolen reports, and 8 buildings.

Source: Sin Embargo

14 comments:

  1. Wow Mexico is waking up to cleaning of hoodlums. This is a first to see them carry out, in different towns all at the same time.

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  2. This was a Tet offensive by the Mexican government. It means they are willing to go at low level criminals. It shows when they want to they can show a meaningful law enforcement show of force.
    It would be nice to see a cartel taken down in force. Start with the gas thieving gangs.

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    1. All a show. While those big criminals remain free.
      Apprehending the little guys where the pool of little guys are a dime a dozen.
      Wouldn't be surprising to know this operation is only a ruse to assist the incoming criminal organization.

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    2. Start with the baby killer cartel.

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    3. Where u at Tet

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    4. Murders up 5.4%

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    5. 10:38 soree NO CJNG, seems like they paid their quota on time.

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  3. Hey mano, it's about time you popped back in !!

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  4. That bud looks like some gas!!!

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  5. How much is a "dose of marijuana" in weight and $ value?

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  6. legal weed at the store here is $6 per gram, which is about 10 doses, so 60 cents for very sharp and legal homey.

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    1. 2:29 one tobacco cigarette sells for a dollar on the New York streets, but if the polesias catch you selling it may cost you your life, they may choke you to death or stick a broken broom handle up your ass like they did to Amadou Diallo.

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  7. Good to see the rescue of 32 missing people

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    1. Pos a guebo, the polesias themselves commissioned the kidnappings to come and stage the rescues, they learned from televisa and genarco garcia luna.

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