After an operation in the town of San Miguel Topilejo, Tlalpan, A shooting was unleashed to prevent the arrest of drug dealers, with which two people were injured by the impacts and 19 more were arrested. allegedly, belonging to the band of Los Guerreros.
In a video that circulates on social networks, it is possible to observe that the siren of a patrol sounds, people crowd next to capital agents and immediately there is a firearm detonation, this is followed by up to 12 shots as if it were an exchange between attackers and authorities.
Preliminary information provided by the Secretariat of Security of Mexico City said that among the 19 detainees there are several minors and at least two people were taken to the hospital under police custody.
For shared photographs too it is noted that at least one subject was injured in the lower back, which is why he received medical attention and was taken to the hospital.
Another image showed a second subject while being treated on the ground. Among the wounded would be The Patas, who allegedly would be in charge of threatening residents with death to deprive them of their properties.
According to extra official versions, the objectives pursued would be members of a criminal group led by The Rorro, The Patas and The alligator, who operate in Tlalpan and the Coyoacán Mayor’s Office. The events of this January 6 were recorded between the intersection of José María Morelos and Cruz Blanca.
In these demarcations, The subjects would be dedicated to the sale and distribution of drugs, the dispossession of properties, as well as extortions from tenants and merchants.
According to the police report, the agents went to Cruz Blanca Avenue, as a report was received by radio frequency. Upon arrival, they noticed a man with blood stains on his abdomen, for which they requested medical support.
“When the uniformed men tried to leave the place with detained people, the residents began to attack them, for which they requested support from other work teams to control the situation”He referred to the brief report, provided to this medium.
A mapping of the Secretariat of Public Security of last October, located that in Tlalpan operates the group of The Warriors. The criminal manager is identified as Martín Bárcenas Jara, alias the Carnal, he blue or the Rorro.
Fernando Alvarez Ari, who was considered a leader, was shot down last March. He disputed the control of bars to the Tepito Union in Acoxpa and Coapa, like those located in Coyoacán, in this mayor’s office operated from the Santo Domingo neighborhood.
The mayor’s office chaired by Claudia Sheinbaum also records crimes committed by The Maceros, under the command of Agustín López Robles, Don And. Like the other gang, it is dedicated to murder, extortion and drug dealing.
Until 6:00 p.m., the detainees were sheltered in the vicinity of the Mexico-Cuernavaca highway, to take their data and put on the mask, according to press reports.
In the recording captured from a window at height, it is seen how after the shooting some people walk away screaming and scared. In part, they would be neighbors who tried to prevent the arrests of the alleged drug dealers.
Official information, presented on October 13, 2020, located 14 organized crime groups in Mexico City, governed by Claudia Sheinbaum.
In this way they were recognized The Michoacan Family; The Union Tepito; Anti-Union Force Tepito; Tláhuac Cartel; The Rodolfos; Cell led by El Balín; The Warriors; The Maceros; The Dog Band; The Sinaloas; Round 88; Los Molina; The Benjas; and Beltrán Leyva Cartel / The Hand with Eyes.
On The Michoacan Family, the gang of kidnappers led by the Dog, The Sinaloas, The Benjas, and Los Molina, the capital authorities, in coordination with the Financial Intelligence Unit, they do not detail a geographic space, although they have identified 926, 11, 10, 5 and 3 operators, respectively.
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