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  1. #1450
    An unconcious man bleeding from the head was blocking the zona norte alley last night. Everyone just waiting for an ambulance.

    I also saw a regular street walker sitting on some Constitution steps. She was almost unrecognizeable because her face was blue and swollen on both sides.

    It seemed she tried to smile but her busted lips and eyes would hardly move.. Really good street girl selection though.

  2. #1449
    For whatever reason it seems like the block where HK and Adelitas has the least crime. I am guessing that the clubs pay protection money to both the cops and the cartel. IMO, the zona is extremely dangerous. But it is relatively safe (safer) on that HK-Adelitas block once you make it there. Sort of like the eye of a hurricane.

  3. #1448

    Police Closed Calle Primara between Constitucion and Reveoucion

    While at Caesar's today one could hear many police rushing toward the arch. They police barricaded Calle Primara between Constitucion adn Revolucion with police tape. It appears as though a bar on the North side of the street and more toward Revolucion was the problem. After a quick walk of the zona and returning toward the hotel, white unmarked vans with sirens / lights were headed toward the area. Perhaps it's Tijuana's version of CSI.

  4. #1447
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Was in La Zona Friday night. I was driving with a wingman across the border, over El Chaparral check point, Calle 3, down town, then Calle Coahuila all the way to La Zona. Everything looked quiet and peaceful with only a few Policia Municipal pick up trucks with 1 or 2 arrestees in the back.

    The mariscos guys said the murders are mostly low level drug dealers killing each other over turfs. The news reported the same. Without central control from large cartels, street dealers are killing each other to sell Meth to local addicts. Apparently with cheap domestic supplies, Mexico's drug demands are now higher than the US. A few weeks back I saw policia arrest 6 dealers selling drugs in hotel Cascada's back door. This week 3 different guys were back at the same spot, mumbling " quanto quanto," quickly exchanging drug pouches for cash.

    The bros should monitor signs of violence advancing upon La Zona, and to stay away when the heat gets high. While in the bars, sit way away from the door ways and prepare to drop to the floor when the pops, pops start.
    It sounds like a good reason to have the call girls come to your hotel. I was in the Zona last night and never had anyone insinuate he wanted to sell Me any drugs. Perhaps the scenery was to enjoyable to care about them.

  5. #1446

    La Zona is cool and safe

    Was in La Zona Friday night. I was driving with a wingman across the border, over El Chaparral check point, Calle 3, down town, then Calle Coahuila all the way to La Zona. Everything looked quiet and peaceful with only a few Policia Municipal pick up trucks with 1 or 2 arrestees in the back.

    The mariscos guys said the murders are mostly low level drug dealers killing each other over turfs. The news reported the same. Without central control from large cartels, street dealers are killing each other to sell Meth to local addicts. Apparently with cheap domestic supplies, Mexico's drug demands are now higher than the US. A few weeks back I saw policia arrest 6 dealers selling drugs in hotel Cascada's back door. This week 3 different guys were back at the same spot, mumbling " quanto quanto," quickly exchanging drug pouches for cash.

    The bros should monitor signs of violence advancing upon La Zona, and to stay away when the heat gets high. While in the bars, sit way away from the door ways and prepare to drop to the floor when the pops, pops start.

  6. #1445

    A wave of homicides overwhelms Tijuana. SD Union Tribune

    August 31,2017 7:31 pm.

    "Aug. 26-- Tijuana, Mexico-By the time the Red Cross ambulance pulled into a crowded apartment complex known as Torres del Lago, the man lying face down on a dirt lot was already dead.

    Such scenes have been playing out largely in Tijuana's vast working-class neighborhoods in recent months as the violence rises to record levels. So far this year, there have been more than 1,025 victims, according to the Baja California Attorney General's Office, many of them believed to be connected in some way to the neighborhood drug trade.

    The sum surpasses last year's total of 910, which had set a record for this city of some 1. 8 million residents. During just one week in August, 48 people lost their lives in homicides, nearly the same total of homicide victims in the city of San Diego all of last year.

    The flood of victims has overwhelmed homicide investigators, leaving nearly 9 out of 10 crimes unsolved. The state medical examiner's office is struggling with too little space and too few staff as the bodies don't stop arriving and often linger for too long. The city's Red Cross, which responds to 98 percent of Tijuana's ambulance calls, has handled twice as many shootings as last year. In many cases, the victims are already dead by the time the ambulance arrives.

    http://www.atlanticbb.net/news/read/...ms_tijuana-tca

    Looks like the tourist areas are still safe but the "vast working-class neighborhoods" of Tijuana are the danger zones to avoid.

  7. #1444
    Quote Originally Posted by Travv  [View Original Post]
    I was at the Banorte ATM near Revolucion two nights ago. The bank has 2 ATM booths with doors and one guy was using one of the ATMs, so I went in the other. As soon as I withdrew my funds, the other guy ran over from his ATM booth, barged into mine, and started demanding cash. Luckily I was able to get away from him, but for those using ATMs, you might want to carry one of those door jams you wedge into the door to keep wannabe thieves from coming in from behind while you are using the ATM. Like the poster below, things "looked" normal but the guy pretending to be an ATM customer was just waiting for someone else to use the other ATM booth. I used the Banorte ATM because I had earlier gotten a warning that the ATM by Valentina's Club was ripping off the ATM users. Probably a skimmer attached to drain their bank accounts, which is why I prefer to use bank ATMs for better security.
    I prefer to use the ATMs located in grocery stores like Calimax at 2nd & Constitution or the Sorianna grocery store on Revo between 3rd and 4th. I feel reasonably secure in that environment. Tough for rateros to hang out long-time next to the ATM machine and really tough for them to rob banking customers without interference from grocery employees.

    I prefer the Sorianna (low 33 pesos fee) where they've placed the ATM in the pharmacy section. You can scope out and get a good view of the area before use while appearing to be shopping-good lines of sight and many nearby pharmacy and grocery store employees. Plus it is easy to break a 500 peso note right after by buying a drink or other grocery item.

  8. #1443
    Uber Driver warning. I was coming home from HK around 3 am took esp uber not English just for time reasons. Everything was normal till he passed the bridge and took me into an alley way no lights not people nothing. I took out my knife fearing for my life (please note I served in the army and have PTSD so when this shit happens I almost went into survival mode.) I told the driver what the * are you doing and other stuff I truly don't remember and he saw my weapon and told him very bluntly go to the boarder now. In short he did what I said and left the car and mexico fast so he couldn't go and lie to the policia and tell them I'm carrying. I called uber but they don't have a help line for mexico so sent emails and they said something close to we are sorry and won't charge you for the ride blah blah blah I could have been robber or worse and I would have done something I wound never want to do. I tried to find the plate and route to show you guys but uber quickly deleted this ride from my trips. So end of the story just be safe out there.

  9. #1442

    ATM Warning.

    I was at the Banorte ATM near Revolucion two nights ago. The bank has 2 ATM booths with doors and one guy was using one of the ATMs, so I went in the other. As soon as I withdrew my funds, the other guy ran over from his ATM booth, barged into mine, and started demanding cash. Luckily I was able to get away from him, but for those using ATMs, you might want to carry one of those door jams you wedge into the door to keep wannabe thieves from coming in from behind while you are using the ATM. Like the poster below, things "looked" normal but the guy pretending to be an ATM customer was just waiting for someone else to use the other ATM booth. I used the Banorte ATM because I had earlier gotten a warning that the ATM by Valentina's Club was ripping off the ATM users. Probably a skimmer attached to drain their bank accounts, which is why I prefer to use bank ATMs for better security.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hargow20  [View Original Post]
    I was in Tijuana last night and the things seemed fairly normal. The police presence seemed about the same. Areas where there is a lot of tourist seem fairly safe. The danger is when the bandito's are active. There still is the random crime however. There was a report in the Reader that some guy walked into this diner about 5 blocks from the police station and robbed everyone. Apparently he walked in and demanded money form the owner with a gun. He also robbed all the customers as well (https://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/...s-more-murder/).

  10. #1441
    I was in Tijuana last night and the things seemed fairly normal. The police presence seemed about the same. Areas where there is a lot of tourist seem fairly safe. The danger is when the bandito's are active. There still is the random crime however. There was a report in the Reader that some guy walked into this diner about 5 blocks from the police station and robbed everyone. Apparently he walked in and demanded money form the owner with a gun. He also robbed all the customers as well (https://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/...s-more-murder/).

  11. #1440
    For what it's worth, and I am by no means a Tijuana vet. I've been here 6 weeks out of the last year. People seem on edge right now. Policia and federales are everywhere. I've seen over 100 arrested this week, in norte and centro. When I ask questions of locals, I get an uneasy silence or "no bueno". That said, I've not felt in danger whatsoever walking in zona norte or centro or walking between the two.

    Quote Originally Posted by MongerHunger  [View Original Post]
    Murders in Tijuana this year has surpassed previous records.

    More than 1000 homicides so far this year as of August 2017.

    There is no sign of it slowing down but all the signs of the trend increasing. Read all about it.

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.san...3famp&page=all

  12. #1439

    Tijuana is getting out of control.

    Murders in Tijuana this year has surpassed previous records.

    More than 1000 homicides so far this year as of August 2017.

    There is no sign of it slowing down but all the signs of the trend increasing. Read all about it.

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.san...3famp&page=all

  13. #1438

    Police in Flores Magon

    Quote Originally Posted by Dcrist0527  [View Original Post]
    There is a much heavier police / federale presence than I've ever seen in Zona Norte and Zona Centro. Checkpoints everywhere in Centro. Several chases. In Norte, the policia had several pickups and they were loading people up. Saw probably 20 arrested.
    This afternoon, colonia Flores Magon and vicinity had more police pickups than I've seen in months. Maybe something going on city-wide?

  14. #1437
    Well this should make for an interesting weekend.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dcrist0527  [View Original Post]
    Just a heads up and not sure what to make of it. There is a much heavier police / federale presence than I've ever seen in Zona Norte and Zona Centro. Checkpoints everywhere in Centro. Several chases. In Norte, the policia had several pickups and they were loading people up. Saw probably 20 arrested.

    Talked to taxi drivers. One said there is just alot going on with the narcos but was nervous. Another said they are cleaning up the people living on the streets and causing problems.

    As a gringo, nothing that affected my day. Just mention it. If you are on your first visit, it would be eye opening.
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  15. #1436

    Policia

    Just a heads up and not sure what to make of it. There is a much heavier police / federale presence than I've ever seen in Zona Norte and Zona Centro. Checkpoints everywhere in Centro. Several chases. In Norte, the policia had several pickups and they were loading people up. Saw probably 20 arrested.

    Talked to taxi drivers. One said there is just alot going on with the narcos but was nervous. Another said they are cleaning up the people living on the streets and causing problems.

    As a gringo, nothing that affected my day. Just mention it. If you are on your first visit, it would be eye opening.

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