Defense Secretary Luis Cresencio Sandoval said that the The operation deployed this morning in Durango was to capture a financial operative of the Cabrera Sarabia criminal group belonging to the Sinaloa Cartel.
In a morning briefing at the Old Palace of City Hall in Mexico City, the official explained that The mobilization resulted in only several prisoners and one convict being wounded in the arm.
“This morning an operation began to arrest a financial operator of the Cabrera Sarabia group belonging to the Pacific Cartel. There are ground forces, air support; the activity continues with the Attorney General of the Republic and other instances, we are still in this operation process,” he said,
Sandoval assured The result of the operation will be notified as soon as the proceedings are over, primarily at the address where the seizure took place.
“There was an attack from their side, we have data of one injured, it is not serious, it is from those who launched the attack on the armed forces, but it is not serious, aside from the armed forces, nothing” , he added.
Through social networks, residents of that institution reported a strong mobilization of the armed forces, both from land and air.
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This Friday at 04:00 in the capital city of DurangoA military operation was registered in the Cortizo residential subdivision, located northeast of the El Urban sprawl.
Black Hawk helicopters of the Ministry of National Defense were arriving from the patrol subdivision where the arrest warrant had been served.
but There was the presence of one of these helicopters, which circled in the vicinity of the city of 5 de Mayo, where the military camp of the same name is located, Over the course of about 25 minutes he watched what was happening around Cedena in Durango.
During this Friday morning, other cities in the country such as those in Culiacan, Sinaloa, during the arrest of Ovidio Guzmán on January 5, or in Reynosa, Tamaulipas, did not record any incidents similar to those that occurred in recent years.