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Saturday, July 31, 2021

Reynosa, Tamaulipas: Unknown Crime Mob Abandons Truck Filled With Caltrops

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

The events were recorded on Paseo de los Fresnos street, in the Los Fresnos neighborhood.

While carrying out security and surveillance tasks, elements of the State Police seized a truck with caltrops inside.

The events took place on Paseo de los Fresnos street, in the Los Fresnos neighborhood.

State authorities reported that they were carrying out security work in the sector when they saw a white Chevrolet Tahoe truck in a state of abandonment and with the doors open.

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14 comments:

  1. Other than to avoid being chased by the cops i think los metros scatter these around town to get money flowing to their tire shops

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  2. Yo no friends , I have everything 2 fix a flat llanta and no matter what ,
    I'm not do a bizne with da kind of lacras.

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  3. So first off if it happened in reynosa there is a 100% chance that its cdg and a 99.9% chance it was metros cdg. No big mystery. Also the word mob is more for an organized crime family. And the cdg metros is a "cartel" faction bordering on being a gang with high power guns.

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    1. Mob-1 a large and disorderly crowd of people
      -2 informal : a large number of people

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    2. “Cartels” are called Mafia in Mexico. Get a clue learn some actual facts and stop playing on the internet and you won’t make such a foolish statement so much

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  4. What is a caltrop?

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    1. Poncha llanta..tire spike

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    2. Think of jumping jacks..the kids game..except they,re pointy and metal. They're designed to pop tires

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    3. To pop tires

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    4. Like spikes to flatten tires, you cross them the air goes out

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  5. They look like the barbs on barb wire. They're to throw on the ground for road blocks and to pop tires

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  6. The Cartels people, just a little confused what gang they belong to.

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  7. They didn’t have time to poorly spray paint their cartel name on the side of the stolen vehicle before having to abandon it.

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