Since the health contingency began, 7,192 people have been withdrawn from the coastal zone
11 rebel surfers were made available to the judge on duty in Mazatlán
The Aquatic Salvage Squad were the ones who captured them
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- For disturbing public order and not abiding by sanitary provisions due to contingencies, a group of junior surfers were arrested and transferred to the judge, who will decide their legal situation.
The arrest was carried out around 7:30 am this Friday, at the height of the Marina del Rey condominiums, being that the place where the authorities caught up with them, after they fled from the Marina El Cid jetty, where they were surfing.
Those detained today and placed before the competent authority, respond to the names of:
-Bernardo “N”, 21 years old, Sevilla street, El Cid subdivision,
-Juan Carlos “N”, 22 years old, Cóndor street, Alarcón subdivision
-Ricardo “N”, 22 years old, Aquamarine Blue, Pacific Blue fractionation
-William “N” 26 years old, Joselito Huerta street, El Toreo subdivision
-Alan “N”, 19 years old, Calle Loma Dorada, El Dorado neighborhood
-Roberto “N”, 21 years old, Julio Verdegue street, El Cid subdivision
-Juan Carlos “N” Álvaro Obregón street, del Sur
-Rafael “N”, 24 years old, Cerro Conejo street, Lomas de Mazatlán subdivision
-Luis Felipe “N”, 27 years old, Diamante street, Punta Diamante condominiums
-Grent “N” 39 years old, calle Cataluña, fractionation Mediterráneo Club Residencial.
It is worth mentioning that detainee number 11 is a minor.
It was also commented that irregular activities continue in the afternoons in those areas, where it is possible to see entire families at the beach after the lifeguards finish their shift.
This Friday alone, 122 people were located in different beach areas, who were invited to withdraw due to the restriction that remains due to the contingency of the new SARS Cov-2 coronavirus
The Aquatic Salvage Squad of the Ministry of Public Security, Tourist Police, Capta and Beach Operators participate in the surveillance and inspection, who permanently travel the coastal strip from Playa el Delfín to Isla de la Piedra.
Source: reportesmazatlan.com, pmxportal.com, reaccioninformativa.com
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