A group of armed men intimidated the collective Warrior Houndswhich are dedicated to making search for missing persons. The events happened in Navolato, Sinaloa when the women were placing search tokens when the subjects passed by and told them they showed their weapons.
They were individuals who were traveling aboard two vans and at least one of them had a rifle Barrett .50 caliber, according to local media reports. It should be noted that the group was carrying out its activities accompanied by members of the Sinaloa State Preventive Police (PEP).
There were seven members of the collective who suffered the intimidation registered around noon on Thursday, May 25, when they were finishing their activities called “visibility” in the area.
Faced with the intimidating acts, the women together with the authorities decided to leave the place, but in these actions they found vans that they blocked their way, so they went to homes in a nearby place. The reports indicated that the uniformed men were going to confront the armed people.
However, it was reported that avoid a armed conflict the uniformed men decided to take shelter together with the collective. The actions were reported to the entity’s Prosecutor’s Office, for which an operation was reported to try to find those responsible.
Subsequently, the capture of a man wearing tactical vests with the logo of the Secretary of the Navy (semar) after a chase.
The same day that the intimidation against women in Sinaloa was recorded, the Sonora authorities reported on the finding alive of Yesenia Guadalupe Durazo Cota, a woman who had disappeared since last Sunday, May 21.
“YESENIA GUADALUPE DURAZO COTA, 33 years old, was located safe and sound. Meanwhile, a search operation was carried out during a day to accompany the Collective Mothers Searchers of Sonora,” the Sonora Attorney General’s Office reported on Thursday afternoon.
It should be noted that her disappearance caused Ceci Flores, leader of the Madres Buscadoras de Sonora collective, to talk about the case on her social networks through a message in which she asked for the appearance of the woman who is looking for her husband.
In this same sense, during the night of Wednesday, May 24, a statement signed by the Union of Collectives of Searching Mothers in Tamaulipas was shared in which they addressed the leaders of the criminal groups Cártel Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG), he Sinaloa cartel and The Salazars.
When carrying out their search tasks, they realized that those who control parts of the country are drug trafficking groups, so they asked that Yesenia Guadalupe appear alive. According to the document, the aforementioned criminal groups have a presence in the area. Northeast Sonora.
“In our searches we have inadvertently realized that those who have the true control and power on the different territories of Mexico you areput your differences aside for a moment and help deliver the companion aliveshow society that you can feel love and compassion for others, and that you can dedicate yourself to your own without harming the people.
They also took the opportunity to ask that criminal groups put their differences aside, that they are not looking for guilty parties and that people who are looking for loved ones do not intend to harm criminals. “WE ARE LOOKING FOR OUR SONS, DAUGHTERS, FATHERS, MOTHERS, BROTHERS, SISTERS AND FAMILY MEMBERS”.