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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Guadalajara, Jalisco: Shootout in Residential Neighborhood Leaves in 4 Dead and Over 30 Detainees

"MX" for Borderland Beat

Residents from La Chalapita neighborhood told reporters that they never suspected there was criminal activitity inside the house. It was surprising to them when they learned that in the two-story house there were over 30 people inside.

A clash between police officers and members of a cell of the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel (CJNG) on Monday in Guadalajara, Jalisco, left four dead. In addition, over 30 people were arrested and seven who were kidnapped by the cartel were rescued.

The shootout started after an anonymous person called the police and notified them of suspicious activity at a property in La Chapalita, a neighborhood in Guadalajara. When security forces arrived at the house in question to investigate, a woman came out to answer the door. She soon realized that they were police officers and quickly closed the door.

Police officers noticed that several people were escaping through the yard's back wall and through the property's roof. Several of them then tried to struggle with one of the officers and two suspects were shot dead.

A gunfight broke out and extended to other parts of the neighborhood. So far, the authorities are certain that the house was used as a safe house by the CJNG. Inside the property, authorities found a dead person and several firearms. Six more people who were in captivity by the CJNG were rescued.

"The abductees are collaborating with the Public Ministry Department. They told us that they had been kidnapped for about a week", state prosecutor Gerardo Solís Gómez told reporters.

Solis Gomez also specified that of the 33 people apprehended, 27 are men and the rest women. Two of the detainees were minors. Of the total of those arrested, 20 are originally from Jalisco and the others come from Nayarit, the State of Mexico, Sinaloa, Mexico City, Michoacán, and Zacatecas.

It is expected that later the Jalisco Prosecutor's Office will issue more updates on the event. Local media reports say that least two other homes were secured.

The video above includes a clip of the detainees in custody at the property and another clip of the shootout in the neighborhood.

Mug shot of the detainees; the two without mug shots were minors and their pictures were not released, per Mexican federal law.

Sources: ADN40; Informador (1); (2); El Universal; Proceso; Periodico Enfoque; Milenio

24 comments:

  1. A neighbor tipped them off, thats scary.. rats everywhere. Keep the curtains closed

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    1. Well we now know you like Obrador want homicides to continue in Mexico, nice thinking, I will donate 0 $ to your lazy azz.

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    2. More than likely either somebody didn’t pay piso, someone inside wanted to someone else to take a fall, or a rival tipped off the law... I’m sure vecinos in GDL know they better keep their mouths shut...

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    3. I am proud of the neighbor that tipped off the police, 6 kidnapped were about to get dismembered, great job, they live to tell the story of close death.

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    4. You must need mental medication or nvm yeah the problem here is the neighbor

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  2. Cjng kidnapping innocents as usual, I’m sure half these people arrested were forced to work for them like they’ve done to many

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  3. Curious to know what relationship or association these kidnapped people have?
    Stories of unwilling recrument for illicit purposes have been noted.
    If this isn't a Jesus moment for those rescued, don't know what else is.

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  4. CJNG scumbags!!

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  5. Good job removing the lacras gentlemen.

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  6. Pinches culones then they'll be saying cjng don't kidnap

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    1. 9:23 wait wait, they say they come to clean the town, yet I never see them with brooms bor trash cans.

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    2. Who the F would say that! Who f would believe it

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    3. Those people aren’t innocent foo they kidnap anyone that talks shit etc so speak bad about them and most likely they’ll take your stupid ass

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    1. You do realize 85 is still with Mencho? All of his family is with Mencho El Maradona is still with Mencho I can tell a lot of you guys don’t know shit

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  8. Lady beating up a cop who tried to pull her friend into cover during the balacera: https://www.informador.mx/jalisco/Viral-Mujer-golpea-a-policia-en-plena-balacera-de-la-colonia-Chapalita-20210420-0080.html

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  9. Damn they involve a lot of people.

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  10. Wow a large capture of the Baby Killer Cartel, what charges will they face if any, as they always end up setting them Free to continue killing persons.

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    1. Hugs and kisses awaits their arrival.

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    2. These are disposable low level members, I don’t know why people assume their plaza boss cares about going out of their way to set them free. They’ve been replaced

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    3. 1255 is it still possible they will be set free? Or will they really be held in jail, ? Your right plaza boss will replace them with another group.

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  11. según ellos no secuestran ni cobran piso. CJNG cobra piso pero ala sorda y también secuestra. valieron verga estos elite.

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  12. Chapilita is a real nice neighborhood. It’s sad to see it happen there or anywhere else.

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  13. All these criminals busted big time, they get mug shots, but thier faces are covered, might as well not take the pictures, seems the criminals have more privacy than the victims.

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