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240 Rosarito Beach Police Officers Disarmed by Army and Guardia Nacional

240 Rosarito Beach Police Officers Disarmed by Army and Guardia Nacional

240 Rosarito Beach Police Officers Disarmed by Army and Guardia Nacional

240 Rosarito Beach Police Officers Disarmed by Army and Guardia Nacional

The Rosarito Beach Police Department in Baja California, Mexico was taken over by the Mexican Army, National Guard, and State Guard troops in a surprise operation to conduct ballistic tests on all the officer’s guns.

An official announcement states that investigators suspect the participation of Rosarito police officers in the disappearance of a detainee and a murder. Officials state that conducting ballistic tests on all the police department guns will help either identify the killers or absolve the police of any involvement in the crimes.

Empty holster of a police officer

Empty holster of a police officer

Based on the investigation by the State Attorney General’s Office it was determined that the Mexican Army, National Guard, and State Guard would take over the facilities of the Playas de Rosarito Police Department.

It was estimated that the officers will be disarmed for 3 to 4 days and the Mexican Army, National Guard, and State Guard would handle the policing of the city until then.

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