Police and gunmen clashed in Ayotlán in December 2012, derived from a shootout that began in Briseñas, Michoacán, affecting the “patrol” that is abandoned in Colonia 1 de Mayo in Guadalajara and is sold by pieces with official logos of the Government of Jalisco.
The unit then assigned to the Entity’s Road Police, with economic number F-611, was one of the six units affected by the scuffle that spread to the municipal seat of Ayotlán, in which three police officers were killed, as well as a civilian.
Yesterday, the Road Police replied that the dismissal of that “patrol” was finalized in 2015, “for which the corresponding procedure is not part of this management.”
However, according to the Secretary of Administration of the Government of Jalisco, the unit was deregistered from state property until May 2018. He stressed that the sale was carried out by public auction under the letter SEPAFSUBADMON 069 2018. “In the process of transferring vehicles from the State Government, official logos are always removed; however, this could have been an error of the past administration”, the Secretary of State Administration pointed out yesterday.
In conclusion, they distance themselves from the unit, but nobody sanctions the fact that a vehicle continues on public roads with official logos.
Ayer, this medium announced the finding of that “patrol” punctured and abandoned at the intersection of Alicia Grovet and Luis Covarrubias streets in the aforementioned neighborhood, which even has a sticker, on one of its doors, of the Citizen Movement Party (MC), which is offered by pieces.