On Tuesday Feb. 14, between 11:30 p.m. and 12 midnight, agents of the Public Security Secretariat (SSP) reportedly re-arrested Roberto Nájera Gutierrez, alleged operative of the Sinaloa Cartel in southeastern Mexico.
The new apprehension of Nájera, alias “La Gallina”, according to unofficial sources, resulted from a careful operation carried out in coordination of elements of the different law enforcement organizations of Yucatan.
Nájera Gutiérrez was arrested in a street of a northwestern suburb of Mérida, near Dzityá.
For an account of Nájera’s original arrest click here.
At the moment he would be in the premises of the State Attorney General, accused of crimes of common law.
Previously, a federal judge released Nájera despite the fact that SSP elements detained him in a Tizimín checkpoint allegedly in possession of high-caliber weapons of exclusive use of the Army.
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