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Baja & Border News Translations: Neighbors Indicate Presence of Dogs at Deceased Child's School; Man Found Shot in the Head
Neighbors Indicate Presence of Dogs at Deceased Child's School (La Cronica, 1/11/13 by Victor Medina)
MEXICALI, BC - Neighbors of Primaria IV Ayuntamiento No. 2 in Mexicali, said at the campus there are stray dogs present in the evenings. It is the campus attended by the minor who died from a complication of ricketts.
Located between calles Río Culiacán and Juan Escutia in colonia Pro-Hogar colony, the campus has on its front a condolence on the passing of Bryan Ramses on January 4.
In a journey undertaken by the Cronica at the periphery of the school, we talked with locals pursuant to the noted presence of stray dogs on the premises at times in the afternoon and evening when campus activities ended.
A severe nuisance, said the Lady Elizabeth Arriaga, a resident on calle Juan Escutia, who commented that it is not a new problem. "At this school, we get a lot of dogs very day. We have reported it many times. They come from the Kennel and take the dogs, but they all return", she said. http://www.lacronica.com/EdicionEnLinea/Notas/Noticias/11012013/658999.aspx
Man Found Shot in the Head (La Cronica, 1/11/13 by Saul D.Martinez)
MEXICALI, BC - In an apparent suicide, the body of a man was located inside a home in colonia Vicente Guerrero. The discovery was made around 3:30 p.m. in the interior of an empty home located at calles Juan Pablo Anaya and Pedro García. In his hands was a firearm, caliber. 25, with which it is presumed that he committed suicide.
Almost 50 local residents were attracted to the scene and it was cordoned off by officers. http://www.lacronica.com/EdicionEnLinea/Notas/Noticias/11012013/658979.aspx