Cajeme, Sonora — The Navy of Mexico has reported the arrests of two and the seizure of more than 420,000 doses of methamphetamine among other drugs. The arrests and seizure are the result of an increase in home searches after an increase in crime rates in Sonora.
The Secretary of the Navy said that in recent days, as a result of the increase in crime rates in the municipality of Cajeme, Sonora, the Mexican Navy carried out surveillance tours and orders to search homes allegedly linked to illicit activities.
The orders were carried out after investigations by the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR), who reported that in combined efforts with other agencies, the seizure of approximately 420,043 doses of methamphetamine, 204 kilograms of marijuana and two kilograms of cocaine.
The arrest of two alleged transgressors was also achieved along with the seizure of nine long weapons, 338 ammunition, 40 magazines and two vehicles.