Violent Thursday in Tamaulipas; Clashes between cartels leave 4 dead
The violence generated between organized crime factions left at least four people dead and one injured in municipalities on the northern border of Tamaulipas and its center.
The first report occurred at 10:30 a.m. on the Reynosa to Río Bravo highway, in the El Guerreño ejido, at the level of a dirt road return where they were alerted to the existence of a body wrapped in a sheet.
The Tamaulipas Security Spokesperson confirmed the events and indicated that the police authorities were attending the event.
The victim is a young person, he showed signs of experience, he was thin, he was wrapped in a sheet and he was also handcuffed, his identity is unknown.
By 11:00 a.m. social media accounts that handle acts of violence warned about a confrontation between organized crime cells in Abasolo, a municipality located in the center of the state and currently fought by organizations such as Cartel Del Golfo and Zetas Vieja Escuela.
The inhabitants reported that at 2 in the morning an armed group supported by vehicles known as “monsters” entered the city, which sparked a confrontation with their rivals.
Sources who requested anonymity revealed the death of three alleged criminals who were in a van with handmade armor.
The truck was overturned on the state highway that connects Jiménez to Abasolo, in front of CBTIS 208.
On the same asphalt surface there were metal devices known as “ponchallantas.”
It was also announced that a man had been admitted to a hospital in Ciudad Victoria with a gunshot wound.
The registration of his admission was at 11:40 am.
From early on, Excelsior sought answers from the Tamaulipas Security Spokesperson regarding the violent events, but so far it has not responded.
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