Cameras of the Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC) captured the moment in which a convoy of trucks and motorcycles circulated in an unusual way through the streets of the Tláhuac and Xochimilco mayors.
The subjects, alleged members of the Tláhuac cartel, unexpectedly stopped the vehicles during their route and carried firearms.
According to the reports, the men blocked the way to trucks and minibuses of public transport, to commit assaults on passengers and to threaten, beat and extort drivers.
Therefore, elements of the SSC assembled a device in the vicinity of the Nativitas pier, located on Camino a Nativitas street, Xaltocan neighborhood, where the route of the trucks was displayed.
Faced with this, the policemen approached and cut off traffic on 5 de Mayo Street, where the crew of the monitored vehicles, upon noticing the police presence, got out and tried to flee.
As a result of the deployment of work teams, 14 men were detained, who, in accordance with the police action protocol, underwent a precautionary review, after which approximately 10 kilograms of apparent dried green marijuana grass and 33 sachets with the same herb were secured. , and four firearms of different calibers.
Therefore, the 14 detainees were informed of their legal rights and together with the seven vehicles, drugs and firearms seized, they were made available to the agent of the Public Ministry in the Prosecutor’s Office for the Investigation of the Crime of Narcomenudeo , who will determine their participation in the crimes, as well as their link with criminal groups in the area and will define their legal situation.
So he walked the streets of @Alc_Tlahuac Y @XochimilcoAl the convoy of trucks and motorcycles stopped last night for @SSC_CDMX.
They were armed. They threatened, beat, extorted …
They claim to be members of the Tláhuac Cartel.
Fourteen were arrested and in the @FiscaliaCDMX pic.twitter.com/8PrnBYgKP8
– Carlos Jiménez (@ c4jimenez) October 23, 2020
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