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Mexico City Traffic Police beat cyclists demonstrating in the capital on Friday to demand more security for those who use the bicycle as a means of transportation.

The policemen beat several cyclists and several of them were injured. Foro TV captured live the attacks by security elements on the protesters.

« It is unacceptable that the Traffic police beat protesters. I have instructed the Secretary of Citizen Security to carry out an investigation and remove the elements and command that ordered this reprehensible action, » wrote Claudia Sheinbaum, head of the City Government. from Mexico.

The Secretary of Security of the capital, Omar García Harfuch, explained that police officers would be separated from their positions for the attacks.

« The Head of Government
Claudia Sheinbaum
has instructed me to investigate and immediately punish violent behaviors that will always be unacceptable in the
CDMX Secretariat of Citizen Security
. Commanders will be removed from their post immediately and we will report shortly, « said Harfuch.

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Crime and Public Safety | Palo Alto: Man arrested on suspicion of shoplifting, robbery at Stanford Shopping Center

PALO ALTO — Police on Monday arrested a Santa Cruz man who they say shoplifted clothing and perfume at the Stanford Shopping Center, shoved two security officers who attempted to detain him, and tried to rob an elderly man of his cellphone as he made his getaway.

But the 49-year-old suspect didn’t get too far after the alleged shoplifting and robbery, according to a news release from Palo Alto police. Officers found the suspect in the mall and took him into custody without incident.

At 3:19 p.m. Monday, police received a call from a loss prevention officer, reporting a shoplifting in progress at the Macy’s in the shopping center on El Camino Real, the release said. Security personnel observed the suspect shoplifting approximately $350 in perfume and clothing.

When the suspect left the department store without paying, loss prevention officers tried to stop him, the release said. But he shoved both away and walked out into the mall.

Following the suspect, security personnel officers saw him try to snatch a cellphone out of the hand of a man in his 80s who was sitting on a bench, police said. But the man held onto his phone and shoved the suspect’s hand away.

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Arriving police officers caught up to the suspect and arrested him on suspicion of robbery and elder abuse, the release said. The suspect also was wanted on six outstanding warrants from the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office alleging identity theft, forgery, possession of stolen property, and other misdemeanor and felony violations.

Security personnel also recovered the $350 in stolen merchandise, the release said.

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