Arrest warrants issued after fight in Atlas vs Queretaro

Queretaro.- The Attorney General’s Office of the State of Querétaro issued 26 arrest warrants against those allegedly responsible for the armed pitched fight at the Corregidora stadium last Saturday, during the game between Los Gallos Blancos and Atlas, of the Liga MX.This information was confirmed by the prosecutor’s office through an official statement published on Monday night. In parallel, he reported that along with the arrest warrants, 21 search warrants were issued in different parts of the capital of Queretaro. According to official communication, thanks to the investigations carried out after the unfortunate events that occurred in the 68th minute of the match between Atlas and Querétaro, it was possible to identify 26 of the main aggressors who participated in the brawl. Read more: Justice! FGE of Querétaro makes 21 searches, identifies 26 aggressors and gives their namesThe statement informs that “with the judicial order granted by the Judge of Control of the Judicial Power, the Specialized Unit in the Investigation of Homicides and with the support of the State Police, carry out 21 simultaneous searches in 19 neighborhoods in the municipalities of Querétaro, The aggressors, they say, are all male and respond to the names of Adrián “N”, Juan Gerardo “N”, Marco Antonio “N”, Victor Mario “N”, Josue Natael “N”, Luis Alberto “N”, Victor “N”, Victor “N”, Juan Carlos “N”, Ángel “N”, Hugo “N”, Ignacio “N”, Jesús “N”, Jesús Alberto “N”, José Alfredo “N”, Iván “N”, Jaime Fernando “N”, Christian “N”, Eduardo “N”, Edgar Emmanuel “N”, Mario Alberto “N”, Juan Pablo “N”, Juan Manuel “N”, Brandon “N”, Edgar León “N”, Miguel Ángel “N”, Carlos Alberto “N”, Jonathan Carlos “N” and Omar “N”. Read more: 2 tons of drugs seized in Sonora during Sedena operationIt should be mentioned that at the time when images began to spread on social networks about the fight at the Corregidora stadium, some users identified possible aggressors and published their official data. However, not all information disseminated on networks has been confirmed by state authorities.

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