The Attorney General’s Office of the Mexico City (FGJ CDMX) imputed the crimes of aggravated robbery and gang property damage at three women arrested during the operative from Recovery of the facilities of the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH) in it Historical Center capital on April 13.
Through a statement, the CDMX Prosecutor’s Office stated that in follow-up to field and cabinet work, elements of the Investigative Police moved to the Women’s Center for Social Reintegration Santa Martha Acatitlawhere after fully identifying them, and after reading their constitutional rights, they notified the three women identified as Areli “N”, Karla “N” Y Magda “N” of the court order in force against him
Said order against the three mentioned was requested and obtained by the Public Ministry of the Territorial Investigation Prosecutor’s Office in Benito Juárez, attached to the General Coordination of Territorial Investigation.
According to the investigation of the FGJ CDMX, several women intercepted the victim and demanded money from him to allow him to continue his journey in the manned vehicle; by not meeting the demand, the victim was robbed of her cell phone and her car was vandalized.
The CDMX Prosecutor’s Office detailed the persons mentioned in this statement, they are presumed innocent and will be treated as such at all stages of the procedure, as long as their responsibility is not declared by a sentence issued by the jurisdictional body.
On April 18, Areli ‘N’, Karla ‘N’ and Magda ‘N’ were prosecuted for drug crimes against health, after being arrested during the CDMX Police operation that allowed the recovery of the building. of the CNDH in the Historic Center.
The judge imposed the justified preventive detention measure, for which he ordered that they remain in the prison of Santa Martha Acatitlaand gave 30 days to close the investigations.
With information from López-Dóriga Digital