According to the Police commissioner Luis Felipe Saidén Ojeda, head of the Public Security Bureau (SSP) the presence of major organized crime carteles in the State of Yucatan was ruled out.
The police commissioner had a press conference where he made public certain aspects of intelligence and surveillance operations currently taking place in our state, and thus declaring that the presence of organized crime is virtually non existent.
When being questioned about the recent detention of people related to well known carteles, the commissioner answered the following “The people that we detained was not operating here, they were just living a low profile life in the city”.
Meanwhile, Attorney General Ariel Aldecua Kuk stated that the labors of intelligence and law enforcement that were being conducted in the state found no evidence whatsoever of any criminal organization operating in Yucatán.
It´s worth mentioning that the joint efforts of law enforcement and the military unit of organized crime investigation bureau have confirmed the presence of “Cártel del Golfo” in the state, but not as an operating base but more of a pathway to transport drugs and weapons to the neighbor state of Quintana Roo.
Original source: www.yuctatan.com.mx
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