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Wednesday, March 2, 2022

San Miguel, Puebla: Authorities Seize Cell Phones Used By Inmates

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

Approximately 300 cell phones were seized in an operation carried out by agents of the Ministry of Public Security in the San Miguel prison, revealed the governor of Puebla, Miguel Barbosa Huerta.

At a press conference, he explained that the devices were used by the inmates to maintain control and communication within the CERESO.

"Up to the data that I have, which will be corroborated by an informative bulletin, from the Ministry of Public Security, there was a seizure of at least 300 cell phones and many other things," he commented.

He elaborated on that, some telephones were owned and others were rented out, they were given to people incarcerated in the morning and returned in the afternoon.

Miguel Barbosa said that these types of actions are to reinforce security in the facility, after the case of Tadeo, a baby who was found in a prison dumpster in San Miguel.

For its part, the Ministry of Public Security announced that the devices were found inside a place used for the sale of food.

According to the document, the phones and the alleged perpetrator will be made available to the State Attorney General's Office (FGE) to continue with the legal procedures.

On February 15, Daniel Iván Cruz Luna, head of the Public Security Secretariat (SSP), reported that during the third week of February, 100 more guards would join the prison to strengthen security in the prison.

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