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Conflicts Arise in Sinaloa

There has yet to be anyone detained
By The News · 09 of February 2017 15:26:27
A number of confrontations between different groups of organized crime have broken out over the last week, No available, photo: Cuartoscuro/Rashide Frias

In less than three days there have been five conflicts in Sinaloa with a total of 12 people dead. There has yet to be anyone detained.

Last Sunday in Culiacán, two people were injured. Later, a confrontation broke out in the neighborhood La Costera, also located in the capital, in which two people were killed.

A third conflict broke out on Monday morning in the neighborhood Libertad, south of Culiacán, where some men fired at a patrol car in which military personnel were traveling, according to reports from the Culiacán Public Security Secretariat.

The fourth violent event occurred Wednesday morning in a clash in the neighborhood Villas del Real, in which six people lost their lives, including a Navy guard.

However, Tuesday afternoon saw the most violent of the attacks, during a confrontation on Villa Juárez and Navolato, which left four people dead, among them a pregnant woman.