Chihuahua, Chih. The Chihuahua Christmas Tree Shirt Javier Corral Jurado and municipal administrations have stepped up police interventions, arrests, and fines this weekend, to enforce restrictions on movement and close all businesses. businesses, including those considered essential and reducing the spread of Covid-19 that they have maintained on red light since 23 October
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On Saturday, the Chihuahua city police forcefully evicted 20 people are lining up inside a Banco Azteca branch; Clients objected to the facility closure, assuming that loans and banking procedures were necessary activities.
Chihuahua City Council, led by PAN María Eugenia Campos, reported that police abuse occurred because Banco Azteca’s manager closed the facility with police, and the Chihuahua Christmas Tree Shirt city government inspectors directed lead him to see them while they close the door, adding to the insatiable customers who are not steadfast and refuse to leave the bank.
“They challenged the authorities of the Chihuahua Health Secretariat, so some of their stores and businesses have had to close again. This Sunday the Chihuahua Health Department reported 53. The new deaths caused by Covid-19 and this entity have exceeded 2,700 deaths, in addition, the number of infected people amounted to 32,648, with 412 new cases confirmed between Friday and Saturday.
The war on drugs in Chihuahua, Mexico, took the lives of four others on Thursday. State police officers are trying to arrest a leader of the drug gang La Linea in the town of Buenaventura, Chihuahua, who killed four bodyguards after touching automatic guns himself, the Chihuahua Christmas Tree Shirt state’s top attorney for know.
The shooting came a day after police found eight murder victims in two adjacent crime scenes in a neighborhood in the suburbs of Chihuahua. The bodies of six men and two women were tied and showed signs of gunshot and torture injuries. Mexican media identified the alleged drug dealer as Lorenzo GR, or “El Grillo” (The Cricket), a famous leader of La Linea in northwestern Chihuahua.