Culiacan. – This Tuesday morning, May 10, a young man was resting inside his house in Culiacan, Sinaloa, when suddenly a sinkhole just below that, causing only minor injuries; Shortly after, it became known that the collapse at that point Product of a narco tunnel Discovered by federal officials in 2012.
Hours later, the government of Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) announced through the Institute for Stolen People that a property belonging to the tunnel was seized by the then Attorney General’s Office (PGR) and given to Property Administration and Settlement Service, TODAY INDEP,
“Property transferred to the Institute for the Return of Stolen People, located at number 3038, on February 18th Street, in the municipality of Colonia Juntas de Humayya, Culiacán, Sinaloa”, can be read in the press release.
Directed Dependency by Ernesto Prieto Ortega explained that The property was assigned a watch and guard shift In addition, he insisted that he was unemployed because of his material conditions and legal status, according to the relevant procedures.
INDEP emphasized that, since last month, they are designing A plan to determine which officers will be in charge of assessing the risk and what measures will be taken to avoid problems in similar situations.
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Ultimately, the institute set itself to work closely with state and municipal authorities to clarify the doubts posed by the sinkhole in Culiacan, Sinaloa, as well as to determine responsibilities.