A former element of the Jalisco State Security Secretariat was linked to proceedings for his probable participation in the theft of 320 thousand pesos from a pig farmer.
According to the research folder, on June 2 of the current year, the accused assaulted the pig farmer when he and a collaborator went to collect the money from the sale of pigs to a butcher in Atemajac.
When boarding a black Ram double-cab pickup, to go to their home with the cash, they were intercepted by two armed men on Plutarco Elías Calles y Artesanos avenue, in the San Isidro neighborhood, where they threatened and took away the 320 thousand pesos, a Smartphone, a portfolio with documents, plus another 4,500 pesos.
After the robbery, the alleged ampons managed to escape in a white 2007 Hummer H3 truck.
As part of the investigations into the robbery area, the State Prosecutor’s Office (FE) confirmed with evidence the probable participation of Fernando “N” as one of the alleged thieves, for which an arrest warrant was requested against him. In the files it was learned that he works as an active element of the State Police.
Investigative police officers of the FE completed the mandate, placing the accused at the disposal of a control judge who confirmed the evidence of the criminal act, linking it to the process and as a precautionary measure, informal preventive detention was imposed for a temporary period of six months; the other accomplice has not yet been located.