Shocking scenes took place in Mexico last Saturday. A violent brawl broke out in the stands during a game in the first Mexican soccer league between FC Querétaro and Atlas Guadalajara. Some people were seriously injured – one man lost an eye. The game was finally stopped in the 62nd minute when the score was 0:1, and all Liga MX games on Sunday were cancelled. Five officers were suspended by the central Mexican state, including the police chief of operations responsible for the game, and canceled contracts with a private security company.
After the riots that left 26 injured, the handcuffs clicked. Ten men have been arrested. The Attorney General of the state of Querétaro announced on Tuesday that 16 other suspects were still being sought. Arrest warrants were issued against those arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, violence at a sporting event and advocacy of crime.
According to the information, 583 pictures, 78 videos and more than 1,000 tips from the population were evaluated to identify the suspects. 21 apartments were searched. Arrest warrants were issued against those arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, violence at a sporting event and advocacy of crime.