About 6:00 am the commissioner in charge, Kenelle Sabillon, coordinated with at least 15 officers and technicians from the National Crime Squad, police cobras, and various persons working with DLCN trained dogs in an exhaustive search for suspects in the crime against the “Czar” of the fight against drug trafficking, a stubborn man, who stood firmly against the death threats he received for more than six years.
Colonel Julian Aristides Gonzalez was killed on December 8th, by two gunmen on a blue motorcycle, when he was heading to his office.
During the raids, the police found in a home in Colonia La Esperanza, a motorcycle fitting the description of the kind the gunmen used and several masks. Three people including two women, were arrested. Their names are unknown.
Commissioner Sabillon told the national press they already have leads to other participants within the country, and that the operations will not end until they find the perpetrators of the crime.