Mazatlan’s Pradera Dorada neighborhood faces an increase in theft and assaults

Neighbors of the Colonia say that at any time of the day they are victims of crime

Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- Every morning, Martha accompanies her children to school, is early in the morning and is still dark, so, for their safety, they walk quickly to arrive as soon as possible. They live on Durazno Street, in Pradera Dorada II, where neighbors suffer from constant assaults and robberies in their homes, due to the lack of vigilance and darkness in which they stay at night, since many of the street lights do not turn on

The main thing that the authority should solve here is the lighting, on the street where I live many lamps do not turn on, at 5:30 in the morning one gets up to accompany the boys to school and it is very dark, there are three or four lamps in a row that do not turn on and in the dark one is more vulnerable to being assaulted.

Martha

Insecurity has increased in recent months in the area, both at night and during the day, as the inhabitants claim that there are many vulnerable points within the colony where patrols and police do not pass.

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Óscar commented that the lighting around the Kindergarten, on Nanchi and Laurel Street, is inefficient and that at night it looks like “wolf’s mouth”.

What is missing here is the street lighting, the lamp in front of the kindergarten is off every time and it is very dark, and that brings a lot of insecurity, also more cleaning here to the surroundings of the school.

Oscar

Although Rosalío has not had to live the experience of an assault or robbery, he says that they do happen continuously, especially at the bus stop, when young people go to their schools.

There is a lot of insecurity, it has not touched me, but they say that they have been assaulting, stealing and in the day, there are vulnerable points such as at truck stops, children who go to high school and have assaulted them, once a girl she came here to my house to take refuge because they had been chasing her.

Rosalío

Héctor states that patrol are very sporadic and that they should be on the lookout at the hours when many people pass through the streets; In addition, he thinks that citizens have lost a lot of confidence in the police.

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Security for school and kindergarten, that put a traffic and take care to put bumpers because cars pass very fast, there have been many accidents here at the crossing, and security also at night, it is rare for a patrol to pass through here, pass very retired, they should be on the lookout at peak hours, when the boys go to school and when people return from their jobs, in addition, the street lighting fails a lot here.

Hector

The main thing that the authority should solve here is the lighting, on the street where I live many lamps do not turn on, at 5:30 in the morning one gets up to accompany the boys to school and it is very dark, there are three or four lamps in a row that do not turn on and in the dark one is more vulnerable to being assaulted.

Martha

What is missing here is the street lighting, the lamp in front of the kindergarten is melted every time and it is very dark, and that brings a lot of insecurity, also more cleaning here to the surroundings of the school.

Oscar

There is a lot of insecurity, it has not touched me, but they say that they have been assaulting, stealing and in the day; there are vulnerable points such as truck stops, children who go to high school and assaulted them, once a girl came here to my house to take refuge because they had been chasing her.

Rosalío

Source: el sol de mazatlan

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