Sinaloa.- Governor Rubén Rocha Moya recognized that yes there was a luxury cell at Aguaruto prison, in Culiacánthis it was occupied by inmates that committed federal crimes.
He indicated that because of this action, because of the weapons, drugs, and other objects seized, the director of the prison, who has only been a few months old, will be removed; the guards will also be investigated because it is obvious that there is corruption and that the weapons They walk through the door.
It was noted that in prison there are more than two thousand inmates of which 685 committed federal crimes Y 600 have protection for what do not take them to federal prisonssome of these inmates are the ones who had the high-caliber weapons that were seized, the million pesos found, the drugs and other items.
According to Rocha Moya, in her case, she did not know what was inside the prison and the Secretary of Public Security, Cristóbal Castañeda, did not know either. He assured that the state government has no agreements with anyone in the prison. He indicated that the confiscation of the weapons was carried out thanks to a surprise inspection that was carried out and they were found buried near the roosters.
He indicated that more reviews will be carried out because if they do not do that, a confrontation could be registered inside the prison, since there is self-government. He assured that a diagnosis of the Aguaruto prison is being carried out to see the actions that are going to be taken and to make the corresponding changes as far as possible.
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Regarding why the image of a well-known drug trafficker was erased from the handles of some weapons located and why it was not reported that bulletproof vests and the luxury cell were located, the governor replied that it was so as not to defend the crime and that he also Some aspects that will be part of an investigation are taken care of.
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