translated from Spanish: Four more people arrested related to April femicide

Authorities arrested four more people related to the femicide of Abril Pérez. In addition, new arrest warrants were released for the case, against four men already in prison.
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Derived from the research work by femicide, which occurred in 2019, mexico’s capital authorities conducted coordinated operations in Puebla, Querétaro and the State of Mexico, the Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC) reported in a statement.

As part of investigations into a femicide case, colleagues from @SSC_CDMX and @FiscaliaCDMX executed 3 search warrants and 8 arrest warrants to persons related to this fact in #Puebla, #Querétaro and #Edomex.
— Omar Garcia Harfuch (@OHarfuch) May 23, 2021

At a home in the Golden Zone of Puebla, a 48-year-old man was arrested, who was secured a firearm with two magazines, 73 useful cartridges of different calibers, nine cell phones, 53 watches, jewelry pieces, money and two laptops.

In Ecatepec, State of Mexico, a 34-year-old woman was arrested, and another woman was apprehended in the state of Querétaro.
In mayoralty Alvaro Obregón, capital authorities arrested a 50-year-old woman, who was assured of 10 wrappers containing cocaine-like dust, as well as five cell phone equipment.
Meanwhile, investigative police personnel from the Mexico City Prosecutor’s Office notified four men who are in prison that there are new arrest warrants against them.
Last March, the Judiciary of Mexico City ceased two judges involved in the case of Abril Pérez Sagaón. The head of government, Claudia Sheinbaum, explained that they were terminated because femicide occurred “and weeks earlier the one who was allegedly his killer was taught.”
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The attack on April occurred in November 2019, on her way to Mexico City Airport, after going to a hearing for custody of her two children, who accompanied her when she was shot.

Months earlier her husband hit her with a baseball bat and tried to strangle her in her sleep, but one of her sons defended her.
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