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Two female officers victims of CJNG abduction in Puerto Vallarta

Two female members of the Defense Secretariat (Sedena) have been kidnapped in Puerto Vallarta by an armed group led by Juan Carlos Valencia Gonzalez aka “el03”, one of the main leaders of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG). I did. In addition to being the unrecognized son of Nemesio Osegera Cervantes, also known as “El Mencho”.

Police reported that two women on vacation in Puerto Vallarta were kidnapped around 12:30 am on Thursday, April 28.

The victims were identified as Ensign Tania Quintanar Zarco and Sergeant Anna Laura Olvera Allerano, active members of the Army.

update: Two female officers released alive in Puerto Vallarta

In addition to this, the kidnapping was reportedly “el 03” and was ordered by his mother Rosalin Dagon Sales Valencia, who was captured in Zapopan, Jalisco in November 2021 and imprisoned in Morelos’s Cefeleso 16 Core Transder Rio. rice field.

This was in retaliation for the arrest of Saúl Alejandro Rincón Godoy, also known as “Chopa,” on April 22, this year, as a means of pressure on authorities to release Rosalin Dagon Sales.

Given this, it is estimated that this joint operation will continue to two military locations, with strong deployments of both military and National Guard and various civilian authorities throughout Puerto Vallarta and in various municipalities in Jalisco. Has been a woman.

Dozens of military vehicles, patrols, and military helicopters flying in the urban and rural areas of Puerto Vallarta will be used in this operation.

When Rosalin Dagon Sales was arrested in Guadalajara in November 2021. Cartel members kidnapped two members of the army in Guadalajara and dumped them on the streets of Puerto Vallarta...

As PVDN reported earlier this week, Puerto Vallarta may experience more violence By a local cartel in retaliation for the killing of El Chopa.

* This story has been updated to include more details as the situation progresses

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