Friday, January 28, 2011

San Diego Sheriff's Office Denied Any Employee Was Kidnapped In Michoacan, Mexico

San Diego Union Tribune says it was a security guard that was taken by the Mexican military.

By H. Nelson Goodson
January 28, 2011

San Diego, California - The San Diego Union Tribune reported on January 18, that earlier news reports out of Michoacan, Mexico that a San Diego County Sheriff's employee and a teenage nephew were kidnapped on Jan. 9, in the municipality of Tancítaro by an armed commando during a family gathering wasn't actually a sheriff's worker. Family members had identified the U.S. Citizen as Rogelio Segura Nava, 28, and Joel González Segura, 14, as missing.
The Union Tribune reported, the person was taken by government troops and later released after family members talked to military officials, according to Hugo Rodriguez Mora from the Michoacan Human Rights Commission.
The person taken by government troops was identified by the Union Tribune as Segura Martinez a license security guard in San Diego.
Lt. Dave Brown from the San Diego County Sheriff's office told the Union Tribune that no person with either name works for the sheriff's department.
The Attorney General's Office in Mexico said that five other men were taken into custody in the same party and that six assault rifles, five hand guns and bullet proof vests had been confiscated by the military, according to the Union Tribune.

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