Ladrones del Estado de México dicen que solo llegaron a ver el “fin del mundo” a Yucatán

admin 27 diciembre, 2012 1

Tras ser detenidos el fin de semana pasado, ayer fueron consignados a un Juzgado Penal los tres fuereños que presuntamente cometieron “robo hormiga” en un supermercado del norte e la ciudad.

Rindieron ya declaración ante el juez y negaron haber cometido los hurtos que les atribuyen.
Aseguraron que no vinieron a robar, sino a presenciar el “Fin del Mundo”
en Chcihén Itzá, pero cuando ya estaba por regresar al Estado de México fueron
detenidos.
Como informamos, en días pasados fueron detenidos Juan Manuel Chávez
de los Reyes, Jéssica Laura Martínez García y su novio Adán Romero Degollado
cuando sacaron cosas sin pagar en la tienda Chedraui Norte, también conocida
como Cgedraui Selecto.
Los tres fueron remitidos al Juzgado Séptimo Penal, acusados de robo y
cohecho, denunciados por  Noemí Salas
Canul, apoderada de “Tiendas Chedraui” y José Luis Trejo Gómez, de la SSP, ya
que los detenidos intentaron sobornar a los agentes que los capturaron.
Presuntamente robaron cosméticos, , chocolates Ferrero Rocher,  tres pantalones y otros objetos pequeños.
Sin embargo, fueron captados por las cámaras de seguridad y detenidos
cuando pretendían darse a la fuga en un vehículo con placas del Estado de
México.
Al rendir su declaración preparatoria, los tres dijeron que llegaron de
paseo a Yucatán por motivos del “Fin del Mundo”, por lo que visitaron Chichén
Itzá para cargarse de energía.
Luego se dirigieron al Gran Museo del Mundo Maya, pero pasaron antes
al supermercado, donde fueron detenidos sin motivo alguno.

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  1. Doaa 28 noviembre, 2015 at 12:25 am -

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