Ian Anderson 5 p.m., May 6
Missing Tijuana woman returns home
Magaly Salazar Bravo, who has received numerous local news headlines since she disappeared on September 1st, has returned home to Tijuana. Magaly was escorted by Tijuana municipal police after she landed at the Tijuana International Airport shortly after midnight, September 14th.
Magaly had become the face of a group of women who have been killed or gone missing in recent weeks in Baja California.
Multiple police elements aided in tracking down Magaly where she was located working in an upscale gentlemen’s club in Zapopan, Jalisco, a suburb of Guadalajara. Magaly claims she fled Tijuana due to personal and family problems.
Authorities are expected to investigate if Magaly was recruited by a potential sex trafficking suspect who was arrested and then released last week due to lack of evidence.
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