Wednesday, July 12, 2017



Note: drugs & more drugs.

Find 600 liters of liquid opium in Sinaloa Leyva
June 30, 2017 by Editorial Staff

The Attorney General's Office initiated investigation folder of crimes against health, after the seizure of substances and precursor chemicals used to make synthetic drugs in that state.

The discovery of this clandestine laboratory took place near the town of Santa Ana, municipality of Sinaloa de Leyva, by members of the Secretariat of National Defense, who made delivery site staff Criminal Investigation Agency, to perform the inspection, processing and research.

Therein the following was found: 600 liters of a liquid apparently liquid opium, contained in a tub and a drum 60 kilograms of a solid brown, apparently opium residue contained in two bags, 15 kg of white powder used to produce heroin, contained in a cuvette, 750 milliliters of a liquid substance apparently hydrochloric acid, contained in a bottle, three metal presses, two tubs, two pots and a container.

They were made available to the Social Representative assigned to the Deputy Regional Control, Criminal Proceedings and Amparo Federation in the state delegation, who continues with investigations by the aforementioned crime against the person or persons responsible.


Agents Find Heroin Concealed in Woman's Groin
Release Date: June 30, 2017

TUCSON, Ariz. – Nogales Station Border Patrol agents working the Interstate 19 immigration checkpoint Wednesday afternoon found more than 2 pounds of heroin concealed in the groin area of a 58-year-old Mexican woman. heroin was discovered during an immigration inspection on a commercial shuttle-bus. When a female agent obtained permission from the woman to conduct a body search, the agent detected a foreign object in the woman's groin area.

Agents arrested the woman for narcotics smuggling after determining the object was a package of heroin, worth almost $35,000. She was then transported to the Nogales Border Patrol Station and later turned over to the Drug Enforcement Administration for processing.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials welcome assistance from the community. Citizens can report suspicious activity to the U.S.Border Patrol and remain anonymous by calling 1-877-872-7435 toll free.


PGR gets prison for person arrested carrying 55 liters of Crystal at Navojoa
Rolando Castaneda


Navojoa.-The Office of the Attorney General of the Republic (PGR), through the Deputy Attorney General for Regional Control, Criminal Procedures and Amparo, in his State Delegation in Sonora, obtained from a Judge sentence of a person, for the crime of Against Health, in the modality of Transport of Methamphetamine Hydrochloride, in support to the state program "The Truth of the Crystal".

According to what was established in the Research Folder, elements of the Federal Police, Navojoa Station, in the vicinity of the National Highway 1460, Los Mochis-Ciudad Obregón section, Juan Ignacio "N" was detained on board a vehicle with plates of the State of Sinaloa, which came from Pueblos Unidos, Culiacán, Sinaloa and was bound for Tijuana, Baja California.
At the time of reviewing the unit, the federal elements located and secured three plastic jugs, which contained 55 liters of methamphetamine.

This was placed at the disposal of the Deputy Attorney General for Regional Control, Criminal Procedures and Amparo (SCRPPA), in his State Delegation in Sonora, while Juan Ignacio "N" was held at CEFERESO # 11, based in Hermosillo , Sonora.


New model of addiction surveillance presented in Nogales
Nogales, Sonora, June 29, 2017.-


Adolfo García Morales, Felix Higuera Romero, Director General of Mental Health, presented the new and innovative Information Model developed in Sonora for the System of Epidemiological Surveillance of Addictions (SISVEA) ).
This, in the framework of the Seventh Regular Session of the Transversal Council held in Nogales.
SISVEA is a system created by the technological area of ​​the Ministry of Public Security to record sociodemographic data of the person who goes to a governmental or non-governmental treatment center, explains Félix Higuera.

The session included units of the three orders of government and civil society organizations, grouped around the inter-institutional strategy that takes place in colonies focused on the State framework of the Prevention Program Citizen Shield.

The director of Mental Health and Addictions explained that this system indicates with which drug a person began his addiction, that is to say what is the drug with which they come back to ask for help to a hospital.
It is also followed in this virtual program in the type of consumption, the route of administration of the drug, the risks and the characteristics of the addiction.

"By having these geo-referenced data, they tell us in which street, colony and sector of the city is presenting the consumption of a particular drug, this tool being a great help for violence and crime prevention programs, such as programs Prevention and care of domestic violence, let's remember that addiction leads to violence or commiting criminal acts, "said Félix Higuera.

For his part, State Security Secretary Adolfo García Morales reminded those present of the frontal fight that is being carried out in relation to drugs, either from prevention within the Citizen Shield program, a program backed by Governor Claudia Pavlovich Arellano , Combined with the combat against its sale and distribution, mainly of the crystal.

These types of tools come to process information and provide more accurate data to give an effective and immediate response.

During the session, the participation of civil society was very important, including Cecilio Luna Salazar, President of the State Association of Parents, as well as Jesús Antonio Ruiz Miranda, delegate of the Mexican Central of General Services of Alcoholics Anonymous, Sonora north; Dr. Germán Palafox Moyers, Coordinator of the Observatory Citizen Security, who with their participation and proposals enriched the event.
At the Seventh Ordinary Session, a report on activities carried out within the framework of the "The Truth of the Crystal" campaign was presented; Palafox Moyers presented an evaluation of actions carried out by the members of the Transversal Board of Directors and a protest was made to the members of the Municipal Operative Council and a collaboration agreement was signed between the SSP and the Central Mexican General Services of Alcoholics Anonymous A.C.

The event was attended by Luis Tadeo Velasco Fimbres, Secretary of the City Council representing Mayor Cuauhtémoc Galindo; Lieutenant Colonel Jose Villafaña Ortiz, on behalf of DEM Brigadier Salvador Fernando Cervantes Loza, commander of the 45th Military Zone.
Also participating were Juan Pablo Acosta Guti


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