Control judge’s house gets shot at the Bahía de Mazatlán subdivision, Sinaloa


Authorities received an emergency call about the fact; no injuries reported

A residence located in the Bahía de Mazatlán subdivision, in that same city, owned by a Control Judge, was the target of shots from automatic weapons at its façade and doors, with no reports of injuries.

The Municipal Police of Mazatlán was notified that unknown individuals had fired shots against a fence and facade of a building, without being able to establish the identity of its owners, who apparently were not there at the time.

No authority has issued information about the fact, only the report that reached the emergency lines of Mazatlán is known, about shots against a residence, in one of the subdivisions, whose owner is a Control Judge.

Source: El Universal