JammedUp News

News

Mexican police responding to cartel execution instead find horse in backseat of vehicle

October 5, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Mexican police responding to cartel execution instead find horse in backseat of vehicle

Are you in a legal jam? Find a Lawyer, Bail Bondsman or Private Investigator on JammedUp.

Local police in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon  Mexico, who responded to a call about a body stuffed inside a vehicle, instead discovered a horse.

The case started when authorities from Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon, received a call about a potential kidnapping or cartel murder where a person wrapped in a blanket was packed in the back of a sports car that was driving along one of the city’s main roads.

Law enforcement officials from multiple agencies responded to the call and started to search for a vehicle matching the description.

Mexican Police expected to find the body of a cartel victim but instead found a horse in back of a Camaro

Officers pulled over a Chevrolet Camaro that had a large bundle in the back, wrapped in a blanket.

During the stop, a frightened 30-year-old Felipe Monsivais told police that he was not carrying a body but was taking his sick horse to the vet, Breitbart Texas reported.

In the back of the car, officers discovered a bound horse.

30-year-old Felipe Monsivais told authorities that he was not carrying a human body but was taking his sick horse to the veterinarian.

Officials contacted animal control and wrote the driver a citation.

The various cartels that work in this state often use blankets when covering up murders.

Bodies are often wrapped and dumped by drug cartel operatives in public places as an example to spread fear among rivals and residents.

Get the latest news from the world of crime