Migrants Abandoned by "Pollero" are Rescued (La Cronica, 11/28/12)

MEXICALI, BC - A group of six migrants who were abandoned by a "pollero" and lost in the desert crossing area located west of the city, was rescued by troops of the Beta Group of the Ministry of the Interior and the Directorate of Municipal Public Safety (DSPM).

The migrants showed only slight dehydration and were hungry, since they had not eaten. The case occurred at 5:30 p.m. in the area known as "Arroyo Los Cocos", located in the vicinity of the Zeta pump located to the West of the city.

In this case, the rescued were Cirilo Martínez Solís, originating in Fresnillo, Zacatecas; Alfredo Hernández Ponce, native of Jungapeo, Michoacán; Alberto Cruz Marín, native of Jungapeo, Michoacán; Armando Calderón García, originally from St. Louis, Guanajuato; Emanuel Mendez Bello, originating in Tlaxiscoya, Veracruz; and Carlos Arroyo Aguilar, originating in Huamantla, Tlaxcala.

This rescue was a result of a report, which pointed out that a group of migrants was lost in the crossing area. http://www.lacronica.com/EdicionEnLinea/Notas/Noticias/28112012/644549.aspx

Stepfather Accused of Raping Minor (La Cronica, 11/28/12)

MEXICALI, BC - The stepfather of a girl, a 10 year-old resident of the Mexicali Valley, was arrested by members of the Municipal Police, for being involved in the crime of rape against a minor.

The girl told her teachers what her stepfather had supposedly done in previous days, so school officials in the rural area contacted the Municipal police.

This case was presented on Tuesday at 9:25 a.m. in the primary school of the Mexicali Valley. The minor arrived at the school and complained to her teachers about the stepfather, saying he had raped her.

The girl’s teachers put special emphasis on the complaint, since the minor is of different capacities. To address the case, the teachers reported the event to the Municipal police. http://www.lacronica.com/EdicionEnLinea/Notas/Noticias/28112012/644546.aspx


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