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Border Crime: Hit & Run; Domestic Assaults; Stolen Cars Recovered
TIJUANA BC (Frontera, 6/16/11) - Early Thursday morning, an indigent was hit at the top of the Puente Mexico pedestrian bridge heading to the beaches in the direction of Zona Centro delegation. Paramedics noted that the accident happened at 2:30 pm, when an unidentified beggar was hit by a grey Nissan Sedan. The driver left in the same, leaving his victim unaided. The indigent man suffered fractures in his left leg. He was aided by Red Cross paramedics and transferred to General Hospital, where doctors reported he is stable and out of danger.
TIJUANA BC (Frontera, 6/16/11) - In different cases, two aggressive individuals were arrested by Municipal police after involvement in domestic spats with women. First was Julius César Díaz Espinoza, 31, who on Tuesday afternoon beat Francisco Márquez Mauritius, 38, because he couldn’t understand just why she gave his seat away. The crime happened on the route to Mariano Matamoros. Eyewitnesses reported them to the dispatch station and municipal agents responded. The other aggressor is Hipólito Narciso De Jesús or José Narciso de Jesus, 31, who arrived angry at the home of his ex-spouse on calle Gaona Daniel in colonia Hidalgo. According to the victim, the accused arrived around 2:30 pm today, without a word broke two windows, household items, and hit her with piece of glass in the chest then he fled. Municipal police stopped him blocks away while seeking the suspect by descriptions of his clothing provided by the victim.
TIJUANA BC (Frontera, 6/16/11) - During surveillance and prevention patrols, State Preventive Police (PEP) officers recovered three vehicles reported stolen in Tijuana. The first car recovered, is a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee located on calle Mercurio de la colonia Sánchez Taboada. The vehicle had been reported stolen on April 28, 2011 in the city where it was recovered. In other action, on calle Baylón Chacón at Articulo 123 in colonia Tierra y Libertad, officers discovered a 1993 Ford Explorer. The officers verified the serial number via the Control, Command, Communication, and Computer Center (C4). Staff of the Center informed officers the Explorer had been reported stolen on June 11, 2011. Finally, on calle Misión in la Paz in the Zona Río, they identified and recovered a 1992 Honda Accord reported stolen in this city on June11, 2011.