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Wednesday, April 3, 2024

Police Officers Identified In Narco-Banners In Culiacán Are Relatives Of People Who Are Still Missing: Sinaloa

 "Char" for Borderland Beat 

This article was translated and reposted from NOROESTE 

The two alleged ministerial agents are investigated by the FGR and the FGE, reports the Secretariat of Public Security of Sinaloa


Alleged police officers identified in banners placed in Culiacán on March 27 are relatives of two of the missing people from the mass kidnappings that occurred in the municipality, reported the head of the Sinaloa Public Security Secretariat, Gerardo Mérida Sánchez.

When asked whether the four people identified on a blanket that contained a message attributed to a criminal group were among the eight people who remain missing after mass detention, the state official mentioned that they do not belong to this group, but they do have relatives within it. of the same.

“There are just two relatives of someone who is there on the banners. They are precisely the ones they mention as ministerial police,” he said.

“We have none of them, we have relatives who refer to the federal ministerial police and the State ministerial police. They have a family member among the eight.”


  1. Wonder if this has something to do with all those drugs that went missing from mayo🤔

    1. Nope its Chapitos vs gdg just like 532 said sorry fangirls

  2. No its chapitos VS gdg

    1. 5:32 it has nothing to do with 😂


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