PF recovers oil transported illegally in SLP
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Members of the Federal Police who carry out inspection, safety and security on the road network in the country, detained three individuals in the states of San Luis Potosi, Guanajuato and Nayarit, who were transporting different types of hydrocarbons uncredited their legal origin.
In the state of San Luis Potosi federal police detected a trailer to tractor and trailer semitrailer tank type, license plates Federal Service trucking specializing in materials and hazardous waste remaining, near kilometer 154 + 000 of the San Felipe road-Cerro Gordo, towards the town Villa de Reyes.
When inspecting the unit, whose documentation did not specify the amount of transported fuel oil; the federal agents found that the vehicle identification number had been reported stolen in the state of Hidalgo, dated June 4, 2013.
Also, because it is a hazardous material support of state Civil Protection to guard the unit requested.
Moreover at kilometer 008 + 600 of the Tepic-Villa Union, National Road in the capital of Nayarit, where the troops located a tractor trailer to trailer tank type, which lacked identification diamonds for transporting hazardous materials and wastes .
Also, when interviewing the driver, he fell into contradictions about its origin and destination and did not present any kind of documentation proving the legal origin of 31 thousand 800 liters of hydrocarbon, so that in the possible commission of a crime, operator, 52 was arrested.
In a separate action, federal police deployed in the state of Guanajuato intercepted a truck platform type traveling at kilometer 134 + 000 of the Querétaro-León road stretch Irapuato-León, whose driver had no circulation card.
To request documentation to the operator, only he showed an undated note pointing the bearing of 95 kg 2000 4000 polypropylene and styrene 140 kg, so that in the absence of invoice and document reference, was arrested.
In all three cases the detainees subject and the units were available to the Deputy Public Prosecutor's Office in their respective institutions, which monitor investigations will be given.