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Rival of Sinaloa Cartel Sent Severed Head, Death Threat to Tijuana's New Police Chief on First Day
A new police chief in Tijuana, Mexico has received a death threat from a rival of the Sinaloa Cartel in the form of a severed head on his first day in office.
Former Tijuana Official Arrested for Torturing Members of the Force, Another Suspect Remains At Large
Jun 09, 2020 11:15 PM EDT
By Danielle Ong
A former Tijuana city official was arrested on Monday on allegations he and an ex-chief of police collaborated to torture members of the police force.
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