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Sunday, October 10, 2021

Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua: Nine Arrested For Kidnapping And Organized Crime

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

An investigation was carried out derived from the kidnapping of four adults and four minors, which led to the capture of these suspects

The Office of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR), through the Office of the Special Prosecutor for Organized Crime (Femdo), executed a search warrant where it managed to arrest nine people related to the probable commission of organized crime and kidnapping crimes.

The investigation began as a result of the kidnapping of four adults and four minors that occurred in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, in April 2021.

Derived from the application of multiple cabinet and field investigation techniques, coordinated by the Federal Public Ministry (MPF). The identity of various people involved in the events was established, with which on September 10, 2021 it was obtained by the Judge attached to the Federal Criminal Justice Center in the State of Sonora, based in Hermosillo. An arrest warrant against him for the probable crimes of organized crime with the purpose of committing kidnapping and aggravated kidnapping.

Likewise, a search warrant was executed in various homes located in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, achieving the arrest of nine people: Aldo "S", Carlos "F", Jesús "N", Luis "H", José "R", Alan "A", Miguel "P", María del Carmen "T" and Larissa "M".

These persons were placed at the disposal of the internal judge of the case in the Cefereso of Hermosillo, Sonora.

El Heraldo de Chihuahua


  1. Miss H. No more selling tamales.
    Business is good in kidnapping, low risk, everyone is doing it.
    I stopped selling elotes. Anything goes in Mexico to make a fast buck.
    Perhaps I will be a train robber, put on my cowboy outfit.

  2. It's a better fate then getting picked up by La Linea.

    1. Iván Sáenz Tocoli..Aldo "S" is a former police commander... All these are police officers...fucking scum... I've said it before, I'm more scared of police here in Juárez than I am of La Línea

    2. That's how it works in Mexico
      The cops are the kidnappers and you call them to report the kidnapping..
      Just like "a man apart" movie

    3. 9:54 just like the movie " man on fire" based in a true story

    4. No it isn't. They do the same thing, and one employs the other. You still end up in the same safe house, and buried in the same grave.

  3. You can't walk in Mexico. You get kidnapped.

    1. I think they still kidnap you if you hop. Or jog. Or crawl.


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