Borderland Beat: Nine People Murdered Over The Weekend In Morelos

Posted October 11, 2017

Despite surveillance operations and the state of Morelos operating under a Unified Police Command, this past weekend nine people were killed, among them to minor in diverse events in the municipalities of Cuernavaca, Jiutepec and Cuautla. Couple Found Burned Inside a Trunk

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The attorney general's office of Morelos reported that the first incident occurred in the municipality of Jiutepec, where a couple was found executed, legs tied and burned inside the trunk of a Nissan Sentra with public service of Cuernavaca license plates "2868 LTG" that was allegedly used as a taxi. The car was abandoned on the street Delfinas of the colony Hacienda Las Flores early Saturday.

Student Gunned Down in Cuernavaca

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Tulips of Cuernavaca. The man was identified as Juan Carlos Vargas Pineda, 19. Relatives of Vargas Pineda say that he was in his home watching soccer match when he received a call on his phone and minutes later he went outside. Then his mother heard gunshots and looked out to see his injured are aboard his Toyota RAV4, which was near the side of a local business called "The Agasajo" . Vargs Pineda was found sitting in the driver's seat with a gunshot to the left side of his chest. Paramedics were immediately requested; they are not signs of life. In the Center of Cuernavaca, "Mara" Stabs Pedestrian to Death

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In the center part of Cuernavaca and among dozens of pedestrians, The Salvadorean, José Mauricio Bonilla Siciliano, 41, an alleged assassin for hire and member of the "Mara Salvatrucha" gang, fatally stabbed Fernando Tavira, who was walking with his family, in the neck and abdomen approximately 8 times.

Luckily, Cuernavaca municipal police managed to capture the ferocious murderer red handed while he was stabbing Fernando Tavira, before the fear and anger of dozens of witnesses, who later tried to lynch the ruthless guy. Police requested an ambulance who took the injured to the General Hospital, where the victim died later from the injuries.

The wife told police that she was unaware of the reason why the man attacked her husband. Moreover, it was learned that one of the two cell phones that the murderer was carrying received key messages which he received minutes before committing the crime, leading to the presumption that the murderer was an assassin.

José Mauricio claimed to be a native of Sonsonate, El Salvador, unemployed and lived in hotels located in the center of Cuernavaca. "Corrections Corporation of America" ​​Agency # 25818359 commissary # 799092 issued to his name.

Minutes later in the same hospital César Soto Pérez, 20, died. Yesterday morning (Sunday) was a private security guard who on May 15 after an argument with two men who wanted to enter the compound where I worked in the town of Ahuatepec, Cuernavaca, was shot twice.

, a man of about 45 years old was executed in a country home located in Jiutepec. His body was located in the apartment 402 of the building 7, where there were 13 9mm shell casings.

Some of the neighbors reported that this was the result of a fight between alleged thugs, among some of them who were also injured, but from these events nothing was reported by the municipal authorities.

Man Executed By Three Gunshots

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In Cuernavaca in the colony Acapantzingo Ejidos, on the street Hule , the body of a man in his 20's was found lying on the pavement. The body presented several gunshot wounds. In the crime scene they found 3 7.62mm shell casings.

Experts removed the body of a man in a state of putrefaction in the avenue Naranjo. The body was dressed in blue jeans and white socks, his hands and feet were tied with a blue plastic cord, and he was gagged with a flannel and a stick to the neck was used as a tourniquet. cases the Attorney General's Office of Morelos initiated investigations to find those responsible for the killings.

Sources:
El Sol De Cuernavaca
Morelos Journal