Violence Rocks Reynosa Sending City Into ‘Code Red Alert’ Posted by Anthony Acosta | May 3, 2017 | Local News Reynosa, MX (KFXV) — Violence has erupted once again on the streets of Reynosa. A police officer, a passerby, and three members of the criminal gang were among those killed. Mexico City -- Mexican authorities said Thursday that 21 bodies, some burned, have been found in the northern Mexico border state of Tamaulipas in what appears to … From June 2018 to June 2019, 45 percent of the 2,315 mental health patients cared for by MSF in Reynosa and Matamoros said they had been victims of violence along the migration route. Event.
The northern border town of Reynosa (Tamaulipas state) witnessed a deadly shootout between security forces and an armed criminal group on Tuesday, May 9. The bloodshed appears to have been sparked by the killing of a Gulf cartel leader.
A father was tortured in front of his 3-year-old son until his wife in New Jersey paid $2,000 to his captors. Violence in Reynosa, a major Mexico border city, has been elevated since late spring. — Reynosa Código Rojo Oficial (@ReyCodigoRojo) March 7, 2020 Dawn broke with violence Saturday in the city of Reynosa, with armed confrontations reported between alleged members of the organized crime and elements of the State Police, in different sectors of the city, without the official outcome of … In response, gangsters mounted 32 blockades on the streets of Reynosa in the early hours of the morning on Saturday, burning vehicles and other objects at 11 of them. Cartel violence is common in Reynosa but despite the frequent shootouts that leave residents living in fear, the northern border city is one of Mexico’s economic powerhouses.