Sinaloa.- 500 vehicle theft In this first quarter of this year in Sinaloa. cooliacanstate capitalred is in focus Criminal incidents and violent manner of conduct of criminals.
In view of this, the Specialized Vehicle Theft Investigation Unit (Uneirv) of the State Attorney General’s Office (FGE) coordinated an operation in junkyards and lots of cars and motorcycles.
Of the total robberies, the data of which is reflected in the portal of the Executive Secretariat of the National Public Security System, it is indicated that Most of them are executed violently.
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Uniserv chief Jose Luis Popo Castellón stressed that this year’s crime behavior has been variable and the most wanted are Nissan, Tsuru brand cars, trucks, but also Nissan, Toyota, Ford, all the latter. who are working.
He said there was a 2 percent increase in vehicle thefts in Culiacan in January; In February, incidents increased by 7 per cent and fell to 3 per cent by March.
Therefore, compared to the first quarter of last year, Car wreckage rises to 4 percent, highlighted that they are six zones Del Tres Ríos is colonized with Las Quintas, Centro, Chapultepec, Valle Alto and Vila del Río. More incidents of violent robbery.
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Popo Castellón reported that a special operation began in February, where he examined 60 junkyards, 32 car lots and 19 motorcycle workshops, where he found a Sonic vehicle shell, a Ford Duty cabin, an old model caravan, part of a van. Found a door. From a Jeep Cherokee, there were original stickers that belonged to a vehicle reported theft, an engine and door from a Saturn, as well as an off-road vehicle that was offered at a car lot but was stripped.
Jose Luis Popo highlights that a gang of car thieves was recently arrested in Culiacán, and they were snatching digital platform cars dressed as employees of a department store. He stressed that it is important that this crime is reported.
Later I was offered the opportunity to start my own job in the same company, but now also cover Nota Rosa as part of a team of journalists for the newspaper EL Debate where I began to develop myself in security issues.
Currently, I am the editor of the police section about the Kuliacan region, with the aim of providing the most true and objective information, with a good working group.
In addition, during my stay, I have been part of the team that has covered natural disasters such as Hurricane Manuel and Williams, the types of events that have affected society.
In the second part, it has various courses such as: The Panel Reform and the Construction of the News, Communication, and Feedback as part of EL Debate’s Human Resources.
There are six areas of Culiacán where the number of car thefts is high with violence