Friday, November 22, 2013

AZMEX UPDATE 22-11-13 b


Note: Summer over and the AZMEX more busy than ever.

Note: For us locals, significant activity still going on south of Lukeville, on road to Rocky Point. Km 85 this time.

Gunmen killed in clash
Details Published on Friday 22 November 2013 ,
Written by Editorial Staff / El Diario

The police and military confront them after killing of a man.

Three gunmen were killed in a confrontation with police authorities and military forces near Puerto Peñasco, minutes after a man was executed in Sonoyta .

According to reports from the State Police investigating armed confrontation took place in the Ejido Miramar, a few kilometers away from Puerto Penasco.
Two of the dead gunmen were identified as Pablo Gomez Dominguez , 25 , and Julio Cesar Martinez Aguilar , 29, while the other person has not been identified
The report said that at approximately 09:25 pm yesterday received reports that in the town of Sonoyta in a colony house ejidos Papagos had been attacked and killed a man.

Upon arrival at the police elements found in the yard the lifeless body of a man, who has not yet been identified , the same that had between 45 and 50 years old, and at the place secured several shell casings long gun and a backpack with various clothing and rifle cartridges .
PEI Agents were able to establish that the alleged perpetrators of the murder addressing a pick up vehicle, the Chevrolet brand , as they fled in the direction of Puerto Peñasco , so elements of the three levels of government implemented a chase.

At km. 85 of the Puerto Penasco- Sonoyta road , located the vehicle, but it drove faster , while the occupants fired repeatedly against the police elements who repelled the attack , starting a chase to the ejido Miramar, where the pick up became blocked .
Subsequently , the assailants tried to flee, while shooting against police, who repelled the attack , leaving the three subjects lifeless.
At the scene, the police officers seized two rifles, 7.62 x 39 caliber , a bulletproof vest , a radio transmitter and the vehicle of the deceased , this is a pick up Chevrolet Silverado line , four-door , white, recent model , with California plates . Six portable radios a riflescope and a solar cell, in that vehicle with cartridges calibers 9mm , .40 and 7.62 x 30 were found.


BP agents nab suspects, handgun, drugs
November 21, 2013 10:45 PM

Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents arrested several suspected smugglers and illegal immigrants and seized a handgun, ammunition, cash, and drugs during three separate incidents Wednesday.

During the first incident at about 5 p.m., agents stopped a white Chevrolet Tahoe in Gadsden and arrested a U.S. citizen and a Mexican citizen with permanent resident status. The two had allegedly been attempting to smuggle three illegal immigrants hidden in the vehicle's cargo area, including one juvenile, into the country.

The agents confiscated a .40-caliber Glock pistol and one magazine containing 15 rounds they reportedly found in the center console and took the illegal immigrants into custody.

The vehicle and illegal immigrants will be processed per Yuma Sector guidelines. The juvenile will be returned to Mexico pending clearance by the Mexican Consulate.

During the second incident, agents near Blythe, Calif. arrested two people and seized $14,000 in cash, drug paraphernalia and small amounts of oxycodone and hashish near 7th Street and Interstate 10. The seizure and arrests were made after a working dog reportedly indicated the possible presence of contraband inside the vehicle the two people were occupying.

The driver and passenger, along with the money, vehicle, drugs, and paraphernalia, were turned over to the Blythe Police Department.

During the third incident, agents working at the Interstate 8 checkpoint east of Yuma referred a black Mitsubishi Montero to a secondary inspection area after a working dog reportedly indicated the possible presence of contraband inside the vehicle. Upon further scrutiny, agents allegedly found five pounds of methamphetamine worth almost $60,000 hidden in the front of the vehicle.

Both occupants, the vehicle, and the meth were turned over to the Drug Enforcement Administration.

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Man arrested by BP may face murder charges
November 21, 2013 10:32 PM

A Mexican citizen arrested Nov. 1 by Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents at Andrade, CA will be extradited to Los Angeles to face possible charges in connection with a homicide.

The man, whose identity has not been released to the public, was arrested by Border Patrol agents for illegally entering the U.S. He was serving a 20-day sentence in connection with the illegal entry at the San Luis Detention Facility when further record checks revealed he is a primary suspect in an ongoing homicide investigation in Los Angeles County.

L.A. County Sheriff's Office detectives traveled to San Luis, Ariz. and interviewed the man to confirm he is the main suspect they were seeking. Upon confirmation, a warrant for the man was issued by L.A. County Tuesday. The man will remain in custody in San Luis until he can be extradited to California for trial.

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