Friday, July 12, 2019

SLRC, Sonora Municipal Policeman Killed

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: El Sol


Thanks Neal !
The assault was recorded on 25th Street and Mexico Avenue, where subjects who traveled aboard a white sedan car, opened fire with their weapons against the vehicle of Officer Daniel Armenta Santos, who was in charge of the Stolen Vehicle Assistance Group in this city.

Armed attack leaves an  element of Municipal Public Safety of San Luis Rio Colorado without life, facts registered at 00:30 hours of this July 10.

The assault was recorded on 25th Street and Mexico Avenue, where subjects who boarded a white sedan car, operated their weapons against the vehicle where Officer Daniel Armenta Santos, who was in charge of the Stolen Vehicle Assistance Group in this city.


The Police Element was badly wounded an taken to a hospital where unfortunately died near 01:00 hours, not able to overcome the serious injuries he presented.

The Officer managed to fire his weapon at least six times, it is unknown if any of the aggressors were injured because after the brutal attack they fled. Elements of various police corporations implemented an operation to find the aggressors in different parts of the city.

17 comments:

  1. Too many good people are getting killed, when will there be a good gunfight, corner the cartel group, until all are dead.

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    1. Like when Marina took out H2 with the 134 Minigun. That even scared Sicario 006 and he's the bravest sicario bro.

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    2. 1202 mencho paid big money for that

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    3. 12:02 no bro they stop cause they found out sicario 006 was coming and the marina knew odds were against them cause 006 brought his seal team 12

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  2. Brave men indeed for not in compliance with criminal activities. Let's hope that's the case.

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  3. San Luis Rio Colorado is Sonora que no?

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  4. Unbelievable . . . someone just doing his job. If USA can capture these sorts of people, why can't Mexico?

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    1. It's not in ones best interests to apprehend those who are truly responsible.

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    2. 5:57 on the US they do not let police officers on their own when they know there are problems like this, in Mexico the officers are wanted and planted and nobody is coming to help until they find the yellow tape "to secure the crime scene", obviously.
      But you can blame always the police chiefs and commanders, one of each should pay for their incompetence in getting one officer killed all by himself like a dog. At least fire the motherfackers. No excuses.

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    3. I'll retort to possibly the dumbest comment ever. 1: it's totally believable and plausible. Happens frequently. 2: you don't know if officer was 'just' doing his job, or more. Additionally, his job affects the well-being and profits of who he is tasked to prevent from achieving same goals. Much different than say...accountant, housekeeper, teacher, etc... 3: USA has enormously more resources and less corruption.

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  5. Y amlo van a limpiar este Porqueria?

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  6. This is CDS, from Puerto Penasco and Mexicali. Won't name names although I could. Just wait till Menchos people show up and wipe out CDS and take all the border and tourist plazas. Son puro ratero y Sapo el CDS.

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    1. 9:25 if you can't say names...
      Then whatthefuck you doing here?
      Orale, saquese a la Verruga guey.

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  7. I try to never judge by looks, but what a kind, honest face. Rest in peace, brother.

    Dr K

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