Marijuana Vendor Arrested (El Mexicano, 12/29/12 by SAID BETANZOS)

TIJUANA, BC – The Attorney Against Organized Crime through the State Attention to Narcomenudeo Crime Unit arrested alleged retail drug dealer Ferreol Rangel Fonseca, 58. According to a statement, he was dedicated to the sale of marijuana in the El Refugio fractionation in the La Presa delegation. His arrest was made after Municipal police officers arrested his wife Maria de los Angeles Anguiano López, found in possession of 101 doses of the drug.

State Ministerial Police Detectives of the State Unit of Attention to Narcomenudeo also succeeded in establishing Ferreol’s participation in the sale of the drugs. For that reason and in order to identify the origin of the drug, as well as to confirm the sale of drugs, the State Narcomenudeo Care Unit requested a warrant against him, granted by the second judge of Assize of Tijuana.

Also, an agent of the Public Prosecutor, Act 1248/12/AGNM/TIJ/AP was used to consign the crime before the judicial authority. The Office of the State Procurator-General reported that since it took over the responsibility of investigating the crimes of Narcomenudeo, it was possible to arrest of criminals as in this case, where they may happen to be responsible for other crimes such as robbery, theft of vehicles, intentional injury, killings and kidnappings.

Wine Company Robbed (El Mexicano, 12/29/12 by SAID BETANZOS)

TIJUANA, BC - Ministerial Police Officers arrested a UABC student who stole more than 70,000 pesos and $4,000 US cash from the wine company where he worked. He argued that he did so because he earned very little money.

The Justice Attorney in Tijuana reported that an agent of the Ministerio Public of the Robbery Unit ordered the search for Raúl Alberto Pérez Wheeler, 22, for a robbery that he committed in the early hours of December 27 at the business offices located in colonia Aviation.

The suspect took advantage there was no staff at the company where he works by entering and stealing the money, profits from sales of the company’s product. The young man explained he earned 1,500 pesos ($116 US) a week in the company, but had economic problems so he decided to steal around 73,140 pesos ($5,631 US) and $4,888 US.

The company filed the complaint before the Public Prosecutor, whose Ministerial Police Officers investigated and arrested the young man at his house located in colonia Villafloresta. The Ministerial Authority reported that the preliminary investigation of the crime involved the University.


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