5 headless bodies left at funeral home in Mexico
Mexico City
   
 
More Today's News:
ߦ   Galveston officer charged with helping drug dealer avoid arrest
ߦ   TMPA's 2018 Annual Conference July 27-30: Registration is OPEN
ߦ   3 charged in slaying of ex-NFL player, second man in Detroit
ߦ   Aryan Brotherhood members among 23 arrested in Central Texas meth sting
ߦ   Burnet County Sheriff's Office - Inmate/Arrests Summary
ߦ   Coast Guard interdicts lancha crews illegally fishing US waters
ߦ   Former Police Officer Sentenced for Attempting to Support ISIS
ߦ   Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers-Robbery
ߦ   Galveston County Commissioners Court Meeting Agenda
ߦ   Graphic video released in violent Humble home invasion
ߦ   'He Never Went In': BSO Deputy Retires After Suspension For Failing to Respond to Parkland Shooting
ߦ   Houston Bank Robber Sought By FBI
ߦ   Jury gives man 30 years for murder of Houston rapper
ߦ   Justice Department Coordinates Nationwide Elder Fraud Sweep of More Than 250 Defendants
ߦ   Man arrested in shooting death of postal worker on highway
ߦ   Man gets 50 years from jury for murdering pastor
ߦ   Mixed reaction after clemency granted for Sugar Land convict Bart Whitaker
ߦ   MS-13 gang member sentenced to 99 years
ߦ   Nearly 50 suspects charged in McLennan County Sheriff's Office prostitution sting
ߦ   Paris Police Dept - Daily Acitivity/Arrests Summary
ߦ   Parkland shooter always in trouble, never expelled. Could school system have done more?
ߦ   State House Blocks Law Protecting Police K9s Because It's Anti-Black
ߦ   Video shows NYPD officers fatally shooting knife-wielding man
ߦ   Westbound Lanes of I-10 to Close for Railroad Bridge Work
ߦ   2018 Great Texas Warrant Round-Up
ߦ   Attorney General Sessions Announces New Cybersecurity Task Force
ߦ   Austin County Deputy Honored At Retirement
ߦ   Corpus Christi Man in Custody on Multiple Sexual Exploitation Charges
ߦ   Criminal Complaint Filed Against Galveston County Judge
ߦ   Cynthia Barratt Named Child Advocate of the Year
ߦ   DPS Offers Increased Reward, Seeks Leads in 2005 LaSalle County Murder
ߦ   DPS Trooper shot while pursuing suspect
ߦ   Drunk driver threatens to strip and strangle Houston police officer
ߦ   Employee Stabbed In Galveston Tire Shop
ߦ   Fatal Shooting 500 Block of East 6th Street

   Next >>
 
Search Archives:

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Five headless bodies were left in front of a funeral home in a northern Mexico town in a drug region, prosecutors said Wednesday.

The prosecutors' office in the border state of Chihuahua said the killings occurred in Guachochi, which is an area known as "the golden triangle" because of the amount of drug production there.

The office said four men arrived in a pickup truck Tuesday at the Guemar funeral home and left two headless bodies riddled with bullets.

RELATED: Mexico prosecutors: YouTuber killed after threats from cartel

Hours later, another pickup went to the same funeral home and left three more headless bodies. The driver of the truck said he found the bodies on a road and brought them to the funeral home.

Four of the victims were identified by relatives.

In Mexico's capital, authorities reported Tuesday that a hand-lettered banner had been hung along a main boulevard in which the hyper-violent Jalisco New Generation cartel claimed to be operating in Mexico City. On Wednesday, federal officials expressed doubt about the banner.


Renato Sales, Mexico's national security commissioner, said that "up to this point we don't believe that these banners belong to" the Jalisco cartel. He added that authorities also had not seen "signs of any operation presence of this group" in Mexico City.

RELATED: Mexican cartel leader who allegedly flaunted lifestyle on social media pleads guilty in US court

Petty criminals in Mexico have sometimes been known to try to pass themselves off as members of more powerful cartels in an attempt to intimidate the public and rivals.

Speaking of drug related violence, Sales acknowledged what critics of government policy have long claimed: that arresting cartel leaders simply fragments the groups into smaller and often more violent gangs.

"The (crime) statistics are related to the fragmentation of groups that are fighting for (border) crossing points to ship opioids, fentanyl, meth," Sales said, adding that gangs also are battling over control of towns and ports.






Comments:
US and Mexican Military's need to invade those regions and wipe out the Cartels and have a much harder penalties for drug users in the US and Canada period!
Posted by Big Al at 2/8/2018 8:11:26 PM

Hmmm. I love your theory. Would probably be cheaper than the wall. And, if the druggies were put away WE, the law-abiders could actually have a life where we didn't always have to be afraid or look over our shoulders for fear of someone knocking us in the head or killing us for drug money. Imagine...going back to the good ole days where we could come and go at will without having to worry about our lives being snuffed out,our property being stolen,and our kids and grandkids being lured into their life of crime and addiction....Imagine...
Posted by Patrisha at 2/9/2018 11:59:14 AM

Post a comment
Name/Nickname:
(required)
Email Address: (must be a valid address)
(will not be published or shared)
Comments: (plain text only)
Printer Friendly Format  Printer Friendly Format    Send to a Friend  Send to a Friend    RSS Feed  RSS Feed
  Facebook   Share link on Twitter Tweet  
© 1999-2018 The Police News. All rights reserved.