Hooded man kills father and 8-year-old boy in subdivision
An eight-year-old boy and his father were murdered on the night of Tuesday, November 14, in a subdivision of Guadalupe, in Nuevo León.
The crime was committed around 11:00 p.m. in a home located at the intersection of Halieto and Halcón streets, in the Las Águilas subdivision.
A source close to the events revealed that the mother of the family was injured and was taken to a local hospital.
Witnesses mentioned that a hooded man arrived at the family's home and shot at its members.
After the events, municipal police officers, as well as experts from the Prosecutor's Office and Ministerial Offices, went to the scene.
Several shell casings were found at the crime scene.
They kill one and wound 2 with bullets, including a girl, in Guadalupe
An armed attack left one person dead and two injured, including a minor who was only 2 years old, on Calesa and Antón streets, in the Colonia Riberas de la Silla, in the municipality of Guadalupe.
The events occurred around 7:18 p.m., where elements of the Guadalupe municipal police arrived, who requested an ambulance.
After their arrival, the death of a 23-year-old man and two injured people were confirmed.
According to the information provided, the injured were identified as father and daughter, both taken to a hospital in the area. The father was identified as Pablo Abimael Coronado Flores, 20 years old.
Likewise, the death of a person inside the home was confirmed at the scene, who was identified as Luis Antonio Coronado Flores, 23 years old, who according to reports, had a history of damaging other people's property.
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