An alleged huachigasero leader and two of his accomplices were arrested as allegedly responsible for the explosion in a gas pipeline in the city of Puebla on October 31, which left four dead and more than 200 homes affected.
The detainees, one of them captured in Cancun and two more in the city of Puebla, they are accused of the alleged crimes of homicide, injuries and damage to property of others by way of fault.
The Attorney General of the State of Puebla reported that carried out an arrest warrant against Ricardo “N” alias “El Callo”, Miguel Ángel “N” and Antonio “N”, allegedly involved in the explosion in the Auxiliary Board of San Pablo Xochimehuacan.
The agency explained that on the day of the explosion, The three subjects manipulated a clandestine intake inside a building on Avenida Ferrocarril, causing combustion by gas propagation.
This Tuesday, investigating agents of the General Prosecutor’s Office of the State of Puebla complied with the arrest warrants of the three alleged perpetrators.
Ricardo “N”, alias “El Callo”, was arrested in Cancun in collaboration with the Attorney General of the State of Quintana Roo. Meanwhile, Miguel Ángel “N” and Antonio “N” were captured in the vicinity of the Auxiliary Board of San Pablo Xochimehuacan, Puebla.