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Thursday, February 24, 2022

Ex-Police Officers From Guanajuato Linked To A Gang Dedicated To Kidnapping And Extortion Are Linked To Process

 "Ivan" for Borderland Beat 

Héctor Miguel headed a criminal cell that also operated the sale of drugs, theft of vehicles with violence, and homicides in Comonfort and Salamanca.

Celaya, Gto.- The former municipal police officer of Comonfort, Héctor Miguel, alleged leader of a gang dedicated to kidnapping and extortion, involved in thirteen murders, was linked to criminal proceedings for the crime of homicide.

The alleged criminal used the official Public Security units to commit the crimes, said the State Attorney General's Office.

Héctor Miguel headed a criminal cell that also operated drug sales, violent vehicle theft, and homicides in Comonfort and Salamanca. A criminal judge also linked to the process the second in command, also a former police officer, identified as Eduardo N, who was arrested along with Héctor and thirteen other members, who were part of an organized crime organization, based in Santa Rosa de Lima, in Villagrán, currently dismantled.

“In the case of Comonfort, the criminal cell led by Héctor Miguel and Eduardo, in their capacity as elements of the Municipal Police, manipulated security and used official units, which allowed them to enter and leave the town to commit crimes.

The group had various guards at the entrance and exit of the city to the towns of Empalme and Neutla, they also had safe houses where they protected their victims to kill them, as well as the vehicles and weapons used to commit crimes.

In Celaya they had real estate where they hid the loot from their robberies. The ministerial investigators obtained routes of exit, access and arrival of the accused to the clandestine buildings, for which the capo and his accomplices could be arrested. The detainees had short and long weapons in their possession; drug known as crystal blue; cash, vehicles, motorcycles and 8 properties were insured.

The FGE explained that Héctor has various arrest warrants against him for homicide and is involved in the recent homicide of five people in a hotel and in the deprivation of liberty of two brothers who were found dead in the vicinity of the town of La Merced. , in the municipality of Comonfort.


Two former police officers from Celaya, Oscar, 28, and Karla Salome, 25, were sentenced to 157 years with 6 months in prison for the crime of attempted murder against seven elements of the State Public Security Forces on February 2, 2020.

The former police officers "supported" the aggression of armed civilians who shot at state officials and carried out detonations against them, the FGE described.

On the day of the events, Karla and Oscar were on municipal police duty aboard a rural police unit; Both were following two units of the State Security Forces, where 7 elements were traveling that carried out prevention and surveillance patrols on the Pan-American highway in the Cortazar-Celaya section, at the height of the 2nd Fraction of Crespo.

When the state elements passed by the Repsol gas station, they realized that the official unit was following them and they observed that, on the other side of the road, there were two vehicles at full stop, a black truck, apparently a black Tahoe type, and a Spark vehicle. red, with several armed subjects on board.

Suddenly, the criminals detonated the state police officers, who repelled the attack, while the officers stopped their patrol a hundred meters away, got out of the unit and, with their 9-millimeter weapons, joined the attack against state agents. Two of the state troopers were injured.

Other FSPE police managed to arrest and disarm Oscar and Karla, while the civilians fled towards Cortazar.


1 comment:

  1. They all look dirty and smelly, they should have been put down on site. Treat them as they treated those that they murdered.


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