Marty Graham 3:30 p.m., March 14
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Border News Translations: Big Guns; Bad Daddy; 2 Found Dead
TIJUANA BC (El Linea Tijuana, 5/7/2011) - Elements of the Mexican army arrested a man in possession of high-powered weapons, including a .50 caliber machine gun. Juan Manuel Solís, 19, was presented to the media at the military zone II premises after his capture in the colony Ramón López Velarde La Mesa delegation. He was in possession of a vehicle, weapons and clothing with insignia of the Attorney General of Justice of the State. A public complaint led to the arrest of the individual who is a sailor, parked in a Ford Expedition. In the vehicle was a Barrett .50 caliber rifle, a Romarm 7.62-caliber marksman rifle, three hand grenades, 79 clips for various weapons and calibers, and 2,505 cartridges of different calibers.
ENSENADA BC (El Linea Tijuana, 5/7/2011) - For his alleged responsibility in an injury crime, a father was interned at the Center of Rehabilitation in Cereso after he prompted his teenage daughter to hit to a minor who is still in a delicate state of health. Agustín Márquez Salgado, 47, was found by the Ministry public of the ordinary jurisdiction as likely responsible for the crime of attempted homicide, which was quieted from April 15 until May 2. The assault happened on April 13 in the village of Chapleted, where in the middle of a street the father prompted his daughter Zair (N), 17, to hit to Paola (N), 16, a classmate. The victim was admitted to clinic No. 8 of the IMSS, where neurosurgery was completed due to the assault injuries. On April 19, the adolescent Court arraigned Zair, the minor, for the crime of attempted murder. The teenager is interned at the center for diagnosis. Her father, Agustín Márquez Salgado was arraigned on April 25 for the crime of attempted homicide however; the Court can reclassify the crime based on the victim’s injuries.
TIJUANA BC (El Linea Tijuana, 5/7/2011) - Last night police officers discovered the bodies of a woman and a man inside two dairy farms at a home in the colony Xicoténcatl Leyva in Otay Mesa. According to first reports, police found the bodies of women, who was apparently pregnant, and the male subject at dairy farms. Initial investigation revealed that the victims were killed by asphyxiation. The identity of the victims has not been disclosed.