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Friday, June 7, 2024

Javier Maximiliano, Deprived Of His Freedom On May 21, Was Released By His Captors: Culiacán, Sinaloa

 "Char" for Borderland Beat 

This article was translated and reposted from RIODOCE 


JUNE 6, 2024

After 16 days of being deprived of his freedom, Javier Maximiliano, a high school student at the Autonomous University of Sinaloa, was released by his captors early Thursday morning at the door of his home in the 4 de Marzo subdivision in Culiacan.

Josefina Carrillo, mother of the teenager who will be 18 years old this June 20, said that it was around 1:30 am when he was left at the door of his home.

Carrillo Grajeda said that Javier Maximiliano was left with his face covered with the T-shirt he was wearing the night of the deprivation of his freedom.

The Central High School student, she added, was told by his captors not to move for five minutes.

Josefina Carrillo reserved the right to give more information about her son's release for fear of possible reprisals.



  1. En Sinaloa no se lastiman a niños ni tampoco inocentes

  2. Will you guys do an article on the GAFEs that were deployed when chapitos kidnapped guanos family

    1. Sure why not.

    2. 9:46 when did chapitos kidnaped their own family?

  3. Man this kid was probably crapping his pants. I wonder if the cartel gave him milk and cookies. Nuff Said!!!

    1. @"Nuff Said". It's very rare for a young man who's been lifted to be released if the story is picked up on. It usually guarantees their death, because by that point they either have the money or they never will. For him to be dropped off whole at his mothers house is almost a miracle. Say less.


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