In a shocking and sinister turn of events, the tranquility of Tlajomulco, a municipal capital in Jalisco, was shattered as members of organized crime unleashed a devastating ambush on personnel from the Jalisco Prosecutor's Office and the Tlajomulco Police. The aftermath of this brazen attack was nothing short of catastrophic, with six lives lost and twelve individuals, left wounded, most of whom were innocent civilians caught in the crossfire.
The roots of this tragedy can be traced back to an anonymous complaint received by a citizen actively involved in collectives searching for missing persons. This concerned citizen reported the alleged presence of human remains in a specific location near Tlajomulco's municipal capital in the state of Jalisco. Governor Enrique Alfaro, while condemning the event as a "brutal act of terror," revealed that the citizen promptly notified the authorities, who, in line with their duty, decided to investigate the report and assess the situation at hand. Tragically, this call for help turned out to be an elaborate trap orchestrated by the attackers, who eagerly awaited the arrival of law enforcement officers to unleash their devastating arsenal of explosives.