Néstor Toledo, brother of Mauricio Toledo, linked to the process

The former official Néstor Toledo, brother of the former deputy and former delegate of Coyoacán Mauricio Toledo, was linked to the process this Thursday for the crime of illicit enrichment.
The Attorney General’s Office of Mexico City (FGJCDMX) said in a statement that the control judge also determined that Toledo be placed in informal preventive detention.
Toledo was arrested on March 11 at the Coyoacán mayor’s office. From 2013 to 2018, he served as an official of Mexico City and, according to the FGJCDMX, in that period his assets increased illegally.

Based on the evidence provided by the agent of the Public Prosecutor’s Office of the #FGJCDMX, a control judge issued an order linking a former public servant of the last administration to the process, for his probable participation in the crime of illicit enrichment. pic.twitter.com/ZL72NvRSDV
— Fiscalía CDMX (@FiscaliaCDMX) March 17, 2022

His brother is also subject to an investigation by the FGJCDMX. In his case, the crime attributed to him is also that of illicit enrichment.
Mauricio Toledo was head of the Coyoacán delegation, under the acronym of the PRD. With that same party, he was a local deputy.

Subsequently, between 2018 and 2021, he was a federal deputy and switched from the party to the PT, one of Morena’s allied forces.
When the FGJCDMX investigations against him became known and that it had obtained an arrest warrant, Toledo left the country for Chile, where his family has roots.
Last December, the Chilean justice authorized the extradition of Mauricio Toledo to Mexico, requested by the capital prosecutor’s office. That transfer has not yet been carried out.
The former deputy and former delegate assures that he is innocent and that the origin of his patrimony is legal.
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Original source in Spanish

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