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**Asterisk denotes death involving a police officer or a member of the military serving in that capacity. Some items may be from notirex.com, lapoliciaca.com or historiasdelnarco.com. Some incidents of violence may not be included here due to the large number of death reports.
SANTA CATARINA. NUEVO LEÓN
Three street level drug traffickers were put against a wall and executed by gunmen on Friday. Another older man near them was also hit in the neck, chest, abdomen and legs. He was treated at the scene by paramedics and transported to a hospital.
TOLUCA, STATE OF MEXICO
State police announced the arrest of Josué Alexis Aguilar Treviño, alias “El Kiko”, head of LFM in Toluca, who is linked to at least 30 killings. Also arrested Carlos Hernandez Fernandez, alias “El Gordo”, 22 years old, Pablo Macedo Velázquez, “The Bones” or “El Flaco”, 18, and Mishael Adonis García Salgado, ” The Donis “22. El Kiko is the boss of Alejandro González Orozco, alias “El Pantera”, who was arrested last week and was linked to at least 25 murders. El Kiko is associated with the murder of two federal agents and a protected witness in 2008 in the Mexico-Toluca, and also in 2008, of Braulio Hernandez, who was escorting then State Police Director Cuitláhuac Ortiz. At the time of the arrest, police confiscated two firearms, a 9mm and a 38, a fragmentation grenade, seven cell phones and 154 doses of narcotics .
Federal police presented Bogard Felipe Lugo de León, the federal agent responsible for drug trafficking at the airport and involved in the murder of three companions. The judge has ordered him held as he is a flight risk.
PUERTO MARQUES, GUERRERO
On Friday, authorities discovered a dismembered body within a plastic bag in the trunk of an abandoned vehicle. Elsewhere in the state, three more bodies were found, one of them dismembered. And in Colonia Morelos, authorities responded to a report of a young couple executed by gunfire.
It is reported that on Thursday, there were 13 killings nationally in four states. These include a woman and child beheaded in Ometepec.
Late Thursday night, a municipal officer was chased down outside of the station and shot. Although transported to a hospital, the gunshot to his chest proved to be fatal.
SAN JOSE NOVILLERO, VERACRUZ
The bodies of four people were found cut up and inside black garbage bags along a road. They were identified as 2 women and 2 men.
STATE OF MEXICO
Five people were executed on Saturday. Few other details were given other than locations.
Officers of GATE (equivalent to SWAT/SRT) repelled an attack by gunmen, took them down and rescued a kidnapped woman.
OJO CALIENTE, ZACATECAS
A shootout on Saturday between two groups of gunmen left 2 bad guys dead in one vehicle. Of note is that the vehicle has license plates from the U.S. state of ILLINOIS (emphasis added). A military source attributed the incident to an internal dispute that divides Los Zetas cartel. The state government has requested additional resources in the search for the kidnapped Cieneguillas prison warden. (See below) After the shootout, the head of Lazcano’s (Los Zetas founder & top leader) chief confidant and boss of the Ojo Caliente plaza was found, with a narco message. A municipal police officer from Panfilo Natera who was observing one of the vehicles was wounded.
HOTOLA UNIÓN DE ISIDORO MONTES DE OCA, GUERRERO
The bodies of at least 11 men were found here early Sunday morning, along with messages from the Knights Templar. All showed signs of torture and a gunshot to the head. The Knights Templar, headed by Servando Gomez, or La Tuta, has controlled most of the regions of the Costa Grande and Tierra Caliente in this part of the state.
The commander of the Municipal police highway unit, Miguel Ángel Martínez, was assassinated at Llantero Center about 1pm Saturday. He and his son had driven off attackers a few months ago at his home. Investigators found about ten .40 Caliber casings at the scene of his killing.
Saturday morning authorities reported at least 6 persons killed, with the last found about 6am.
Mexico Suspends Egg Tariffs Amid Bird-Flu Outbreak
Mexican Federal Police Attack U.S. Diplomatic Vehicle
Mexico probe why federal cops fired at US gov car
Mexican judge reduces charge against Dallas man arrested with truckload of ammunition
Suspected links uncovered between customs administrator and El Chapo
Leadership split put even more brutal boss at top of Mexico’s feared, violent Zetas cartel
10 Dead in Gangland Violence in Eastern Mexico
Mexican Marines Dismantle Cartel Communications Network
Prison Warden Kidnapped in Northern Mexico
Federal Police kills 6 in shootout in western Mexico
Eleven corpses turn up along highway in southwestern Mexico
Human Trafficking network discovered in Ensenada
Knights Templar Leader Makes Rare Video Appearance
Victims’ Kin Await Justice Year After Mexico Casino Massacre
Mexico cult eyes ‘evil’ secular schools
Mexican Experts Find Human Skeletons Some 850 Years Old
Diver Keeps Mexico City’s Sewage Flowing
Colombia, Mexico, Central American and Caribbean Countries to Adopt Plan Against Crime
Alleged Killer Lynched in Guatemala
“absence of police in isolated communities and pervasive distrust of the judicial system are the main reasons for the rising number of lynchings”
U.S. Military Conducts Medical Mission in Nicaragua
Nicaragua jails Mexican policeman, 17 others with US$7 mil in cash
European Union to Assist Bolivia in Fight Against Drugs
Honduran Labor Leader’s Body Found in Well
Guatemala Loses Half of 2012 Maize Crop to Drought
Is Colombia’s Cabinet Reshuffle Part of Peace Plan?
Death Toll Rises to 39 in Venezuela Refinery Blast
Now hiring: Brazil wants more foreign professionals
Bomb Attack Destroys Stretch of Colombia Pipeline
uspected Cholera Cases Surge in Northern Dominican Republic
Cruise Ship Rescues 58 Haitians Adrift off Mexico
Global State Of Security In The US/Mexico Border Region Explored In New Report
Cartels’ Bribing of DHS Workers Raises Terrorist Threat
Fingerprint records reveal 825,000 immigrants with multiple names, inconsistent birth dates
North of the border
Preservation choices compared
Zack Taylor, vice chairman of the National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers, delivered a keynote address on border security
Arizona sheriff: Border is a mess, union hampers Border Patrol work
Delays in getting before federal judges questioned
Deportation statistics said to be inflated
The ‘war on women’ is being waged by illegal aliens
Experts Ask for Extension of Visas That Benefit Latin American Businessmen
Bill would limit immigrant detentions in California jails
Border Patrol detains half a dozen migrants on South Hutchinson Island, one suspect still at large
Cartel member sentenced for conspiracy to acquire Stinger Missile
13 Indicted in Omaha Drug Trafficking Operation
(indictment of conspiring with a Mexican drug cartel to deal meth)
Brazilian Man Arrested in U.S. for Trying to Smuggle 27 Snakes onto Plane
Seven Charged After CBP Stops Attempt to Smuggle More Than One Ton of Marijuana off Catalina Island
Convicted illegal felons returned to prison after sentencing
More than 9,100 pounds of marijuana confiscated in Rio Grande Valley since Sunday
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