They were reported in good health, however, some of them had injuries that required medical attention
The six men and a woman who were kidnapped on April 8 in the Lomas del Sol neighborhood, in Zapopan, were released during the early hours of this Wednesday by their captors. They were reported in good health, however, some of them had injuries that required medical attention.
The victims deprived of their liberty were identified as: Irasema Dinora Rodríguez de la Garza, lawyer, 41 years old; Trinidad Torres Carrillo, his client, 61, and his friend, Isidro Loza Peña, 60. They were released on Periférico and Vallarta avenues, from where they were able to communicate with their relatives.
The rest, Isidoro Cuevas Sánchez, 26 years old; Daniel Cuevas Sánchez, 23 years old; José Francisco Zamora Sánchez, his cousin, 25, and his uncle, José Francisco Zamora Moreno, 44, arrived at his home, located in the December 12 neighborhood, by their own means and with injuries, La Jornada said.
One of the victims deprived of their liberty was identified as Irasema Dinora Rodríguez de la Garza, a lawyer, 41 years old (Photo: Twitter / @ COBUPEM)
Gerardo Octavio Solís, the state prosecutor, declared this Tuesday, five days after the kidnapping, that the lawyer and the two men were deprived of their liberty in the Lomas del Sol neighborhood when they were visiting a piece of land to demonstrate their legal ownership. Almost simultaneously and two blocks away, the other four subjects were kidnapped. Presumably due to problems related to the sale of land.
On the other hand, 24 hours after the location of Julia, the youngest of one year who disappeared along with her family in Acatic, Jalisco, on March 24; the governor of the entity, Enrique Alfaro, announced last Friday on his social networks the appearance of the other victims.
“Yesterday little Julia Isabel was located and today we started the day with the news that we all expected to hear: at 2:30 in the morning, her family was also located,” Alfaro wrote on Twitter.
They locate a girl from a disappeared family in Jalisco (Photo: Facebook / Commission for the Search of Persons of the State of Jalisco)
According to the state president, Julia’s mother, her father, her aunt, and the small minor with a disappearance report were found safe and sound, after a security deployment in different municipalities of the state.
After the actions, Alfaro thanked the Jalisco prosecutor, Gerardo Octavio Solís, his work team, the Sedena, the Search Commission, and each person and organization behind the successful rescue. “The disappearance of people is, throughout the country, a serious and painful battle every day that in Jalisco we are not going to give in. We will continue searching until we find those who are missing ”, he published on his social networks.
Jimena Romo Jiménez, 24 years old; her husband, Julio Villaseñor, 35; his daughter Julia I. Villaseñor, one year old; as well as Virginia Villaseñor Cabrera, Julio’s sister; and her son, Íker Fabricio Escoto Villaseñor, 9, disappeared two weeks ago when they returned from their vacations in Mexico City.
(Photo: Twitter / @ EnriqueAlfaroR)
According to official reports, seven police officers from the Acatic municipality participated directly in the kidnapping and used official vehicles to take them away.
Among the reports released by the State Attorney General’s Office, it was detailed that a man shot on March 19, in Zapopan (Jalisco), and whose case was under investigation, had a working relationship with Julio and Virginia Villaseñor.
The subject, a partner of a construction and hotel finance company, was shot at on Tizoc and Teotihuacán streets by armed men who were following him while he was driving in his car.