Army officials are still present in the state of Morelos, where soldiers arrested community representative Enrique Pineda Figueroa, earlier today.
Also arrested were Pineda’s wife, his brother, and two municipal police officers, accused of protecting a lot filled with narco-vehicles, used frequently by criminals.
Reports say that when military personnel seized the auto business, owned by Pineda’s brother, they found five thousand clips for weapons with a 12 and .38 caliber.
Two municipal policemen arrived after the army officials had started investigations, but their questions and demeanor made the Soldiers suspicious, and eventually both men were arrested for obstructing investigations on the licit nature of the car and tow truck business, and for having 9mm weapons without a permit.
Several vehicles in the lot had been reported as stolen, and many others were reportedly seen in violent acts.