Man falls in connection with murder of Morelos lawyer in CDMX
Elements of the Mexico City Police (CDMX), They arrested a subject who could be related to the homicide of a lawyer who was driving a van in the streets of the Álvaro Obregón mayor's office, last Monday.
The Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC), stated in an information card that after becoming aware of the murderanalyzed the images from the video surveillance cameras and monitored a motorcycle on which the probable aggressor was possibly traveling.
As a result of the investigation, it was found that the suspect took refuge in the streets of the Benito Juárez mayor's office.
There, the police deployed fixed surveillance until at the intersection of the Insurgentes Sur Avenue and 2 de Abril Street, in the Actipan neighborhood, They located the motorcycle while it was being manipulated by a couple of individuals.
After a foot chase, the officers arrested one of the suspects who He was identified as 23-year-old Kevin Aldair "N."
They are investigating whether the detained man is related to the murder of a lawyer
The arrested person was transferred to the police officer. Public ministry, who will be in charge of carrying out the necessary investigations and will define your legal situation by the crime of drug dealing.
If it is confirmed that the suspect is involved in the murder, the Public Ministry will request the arrest warrant against him for that crime.
The victim was identified as Alfredo "N", criminal lawyer from the state of Morelos.
He was intercepted at the intersection of the Barranca del Muerto and Insurgentes Sur avenues, in the Guadalupe Inn neighborhood, while driving a truck brand Dodge model Journey black color that did not carry plates.
Due to how the homicide unfolded, it is presumed that it was a direct attack, however, the Mexico City Prosecutor's Office began an investigation folder to solve the crime.
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