Woman bit a police in Ecatepec after arguing about wearing a mask

Another similar case occurred last Monday in the municipality of Ecatepec in the State of Mexico, when an alleged nurse was arrested by the municipal police after biting an officer.

It happened on Montes Himalaya street in the Montes section of Jardines de Morelos, around 11:00, while a group of policemen asked for takeout In the business The Fast Huarache.

It was then that the aggressor, identified as María Teresa “N”, approached the post while videotaped officers and yelled at them to wear face masks when walking on the street.

After that, the chief of the police group asked both parties to withdraw of the place to avoid any risk.

However, the alleged nurse did not heed the call and rebuked the police, beginning to struggle with it.

During assaults, bit the officer’s handLater, due to the risk in the current context, he arrested María Teresa, who was handcuffed and put on a patrol.

The woman was detained in Ecatepec (Photo: Photo: Screenshot)
The woman was detained in Ecatepec (Photo: Photo: Screenshot)

The attacker was presented to the facilities of the conciliatory officer of the Americas, where an 700 pesos fine for having bitten the police.

In both cases, the attacks were recorded and shared on social networks where social network users criticized what happened.

Currently the police are part of the population that continues to leave home despite the health contingency to avoid crimes such as shoplifting (which are currently closed) or the few passers-by that still circulate, among others, being discussed.


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