As of Monday, the holder of the SSC-CDMX joined his activities full time.
Omar García Harfuch, head of the Secretariat of Citizen Security of Mexico City (SSC-CDMX), resumed 100 percent of his activities, almost a month after suffering an attack in which he had bullet wounds. This Tuesday, García Harfuch appeared at the daily conference of the head of government of the capital, Claudia Sheinbaum. There, the local president said that as of Monday, the head of the SSC-CDMX returned to his activities full time.
Last week, the capital’s Secretariat of Citizen Security indicated that its leader had resumed some activities. He explained that during that week he held scheduled meetings, some of them, with the operational controls of the police institution itself, with the aim of issuing instructions and attending to relevant matters. On June 26, García Harfuch suffered an attack when he left his house in the Lomas de Chapultepec neighborhood, Miguel Hidalgo mayor’s office.
According to official reports, there were 28 members of the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel (CJNG) who participated in the logistics to attack the command whom they watched for several days. Three people died in the attack, two police officers and a woman passing by, and there were also five wounded, including García Harfuch himself. After the attack, the capital authorities detained 19 people, including José Armando N., El Vaca, who was the man who planned the attack against García Harfuch. These people are under criminal proceedings and the authorities are looking for the rest of the attackers.
Source: El Financiero