Wednesday, March 19, 2014



Note: of possible concern to locals:
At least 24 cases of AIDS (HIV) confirmed in Caborca area.

Note: across the fence from Douglas, AZ

New clash in Agua Prieta leaves one dead and 4 injured
Written by AM Group

. Agua Prieta , Sonora on March 11, 2014 - Elements of the three levels of government investigate the facts where one person was killed and four others were injured during an armed attack occurred around 22 : 30 hours of yesterday inside an establishment located in the center of the colony population.

Who was killed was identified by the name of José Humberto Macias Noyola , 47-year- old, who was from the state of Veracruz and was domiciled in Sports colony of this city.

People who are injured Manuel Alejandro Macías Sánchez , 26 years old; Yubeth Gil Barrera, 28-year- old and Nancy Samantha Macias Sanchez, age 22 , all residing in Sports colony and Fabian Nelson Acosta , 32 years old , residing in the colony Ejidal .

The injured were taken to two hospitals in this city, where the reported injuries that take more than two weeks to heal and not life threatening .

According to preliminary investigations conducted the events occurred when the victims were inside of that establishment, where several individuals who, from the outside shot against a person inside, who, they repelled the attack .

Being in the shootout injured died at the scene was Macías Noyola .

Staff Expert Services of the Attorney General of the State secured several long gun shell casings and from two different calibers of handguns .

The place was also secured a sedan type vehicle, the Nissan , Maxima line black, four-door , with Arizona plates , in which the attackers arrived, and who left it abandoned.

From the facts attested the Public Prosecutor of the Common Jurisdiction , who ordered the lifting and transporting the body to the measures of law will


Note: Looks like these guys were typical street level types with only 4 rounds.

Monday, March 10, 2014

A gun type rifle was seized in a vehicle theft report that said the coordinated operation that carried members of the State Public Security Police ( PESP ) and the Ministry of National Defense .

The incident took place yesterday near the town of Caborca ​​where state police and military personnel conducting surveillance tours through the streets of the town .

Roughly around 20:40 hours when driving on 35th Street between Santa Guadalupe and Ramón Esquer of the Santa Cecilia area had a pick up vehicle Lobo, 2006 model maroon , so approached to carry out an inspection.

When checking vehicle data in the operating system , they realized that it had been reported stolen in the city of San Diego , California.

Taking safety measures and inspected it , identifying it in the vehicle a AK- 47 rifle , which was supplied with magazine and 4 rounds of ammunition was 7.62x39 caliber .

Therefore, the matter was secured through coordinated operation to make it available to the appropriate authority.


Homeowner wounds home-invasion suspect in shootout; 2 on the loose
by Catherine Holland
Video report by Jill Galus
Posted on March 18, 2014 at 6:49 AM
Updated today at 9:40 AM

Double shooting reported near Apache Junction

APACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. -- A 59-year-old homeowner shot and wounded one of three suspects who broke into his home.
It happened Monday night in the area of Meridian Road and McKellips Boulevard near the Usery Mountain Recreation Area in Apache Junction.
According to the Pinal County Sheriff's Office, there was a shootout between the homeowner and the three suspects.
One of those suspects, identified by PCSO as Sal Anthony Olmos, 19, of Mesa, was wounded, but is expected to recover.
"Sal had a non-life threatening shotgun wound to the upper part of both of his legs," spokesman Tim Gaffney said in a news release.
Gaffney said Olmos one of the four people who live in the home owed him a significant amount of money -- thousands of dollars.
"Sal admitted he went to the home with two other suspects to collect the money," according to Gaffney. "He admitted they were all armed and brought 'black zip-ties' so they were 'prepared for whatever.'"
Investigators say the homeowner heard Olmos and his accomplices at his back door. When he checked his security camera, he saw the three armed men, all of them wearing hoods. That's when the men started kicking the back door.
"The homeowner used a shotgun and fired one round through his backdoor," Gaffney explained. "Another one of the residents inside of the home fired one shot from a pistol through the door after he saw laser sights pointed at his head from the individuals outside."
The suspects returned fire before running away.
Wounded by the homeowner's shotgun blast, Olmos was not able to get far. His accomplices left him behind.
Deputies found Olmos in a neighbor's yard. They recovered zip-ties, a hooded sweatshirt and a .45-caliber handgun, as well.
"Sal Olmos admitted to shooting the handgun into the home and being high on methamphetamines for several days," Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu said. "When he was arrested, he had 2 grams of crystal methamphetamines in his pocket."
Deputies booked Olmos on a variety of charges, including attempted first-degree burglary, aggravated assault, weapons misconduct and drug possession. Babeu said there could be more charges pending the outcome of the investigation.
The other two suspects remain on the loose. Investigators have not released descriptions of those men.
The homeowner told investigators that he does not know Olmos or his accomplices and does not owe them anything.
Apache Junction is about 40 minutes east of Phoenix.


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