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Thursday, September 17, 2020

"El Pin" arrested, alleged generator of violence in Ensenada

 Steve C Borderland Beat  Zeta

In a joint operation between the State Attorney General's Office (FGE) and the National Guard (GN), they arrested Miguel “N” alias “El Pin”, considered a generator of violence in the port of Ensenada, according to a statement sent by authorities.

So far this year, a total of 276 intentional homicides have been registered in the Ensenada municipality, exceeding the 2019 figure that reached 275 murders. (including the recent killings of a San Diego couple)

The prosecution mentioned that this subject was in possession of a long weapon, a pistol, methamphetamine, marijuana and police plates.

After a Control Judge granted the search warrant for the address marked 196 Librado Street in the Punta Banda 1 neighborhood, a joint operation was carried out in which the State Security and Investigation Guard (GESI ) and staff of the Special Prosecutor's Office against the crime of drug trafficking.

This Tuesday, September 25, the operation was carried out and a man who identified himself as Miguel “N” alias “El Pin”, originally from Ensenada, was captured on the premises. He has a criminal record dated 2010, 2011 and 2013, in addition to being singled out in citizen complaints as an alleged drug dealer.

Miguel N alias “El Pin” is considered one of those responsible for the current wave of homicidal violence in Ensenada, it is presumed that he is part of a criminal cell whose main areas of operation are the Punta Banda I, II and III colonias, in addition to maintaining a fight for the sale of drugs in the port.

According to information from the GESI, the detainee has the function of executing rivals of criminal gangs, and controlling retail drug outlets in Ensenada.

The subject made illegal use of fake police badges to intimidate citizens and commit criminal activities with the impunity, to avoid being reported.

1 comment:

  1. It seems that Mexican justice lets a person become an established killer in a region (a generator of violence and killings) before the police actually get to doing something about it. As in, I suppose Pedro has killed enough people, we ought to arrest him now (just for a judge to release him to go kill the witnesses the accused learns about while in jail).


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