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Culiacan, which is Located in Mexico, is Plagued by Violence Throughout the Night, Including Shooting and Blockades
Authorities in the state of Sinaloa stated on Thursday that a community in northern Mexico that is renowned for drug gang activity erupted in violence overnight, with gunfire ringing out and street blockades going up. This caused the local administration to cease activities and public transportation.
In 2019, Mexican authorities detained the son of the imprisoned drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, but they ultimately decided to release him in order to avoid the risk of violence from his supporters. Videos that were posted on social media showed roads in the city of Culiacan being blocked by burning vehicles.
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“We ask the citizens of Culiacan not to leave the house due to the blockades that have occurred in different parts of the city,” Culiacan Mayor Juan de Dios Gamez posted on Twitter. “We ask the citizens of Culiacan not to leave home due to the blockades that have arisen in different sections of the city.”
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the president of Mexico, stated that a federal police operation had been taking place in the state, but he added that he did not have any other specifics for the time being. The notorious Sinaloa Cartel, whose former leader, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, is currently serving time in an American prison, has its headquarters in the Mexican state of Sinaloa.
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