5 Gunmen killed in Tamaulipas
December 21st 2012 · 0 Comments
Five dead was the outcome of a clash between gunmen and the Army Sunday afternoon, December 16th, in Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas.
In a bulletin of the Attorney General of the State, stated that the incident took place at 13:10 am today in the streets and Pamorán Jose Sulaiman Chagnon.
“There was a confrontation between armed civilians and the Mexican Army in the streets and Jose Sulaiman Chagnon Pamorán of this capital city, killing five people and property damage in two cars and a unit shock military officer,” the statement.
Prosecutors supported by the Forensic Services Unit and state police began a preliminary investigation into the facts.
“Attesting that within a Rogue Nissan truck, 2012 model, white color and Tamaulipas plates, were the bodies of five civilians killed,” he said.
Authorities identified two of the deceased as Amado Gustavo Teran de la Fuente, 33 years old and Esau Shealtiel Cepeda Espinoza, 22. The other three with ages ranging between 25 and 30 years.
“From inside the Nissan Rogue was found five .223 caliber firearms that along with the vehicle, were secured by the Public Ministry of the Attorney General’s Office,” says the newsletter.
The bodies were transferred to the Medical Examiner for tests corresponding legal.
This article originally posted on U.S. Open Borders.
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