A state judge indicted two individuals for their alleged involvement in the Aug. 12 burning of vehicles in Mexicali, the Attorney General’s office said.
The suspects were identified as Jesús Roberto and Edgar Eduardo, no ages reported.
The individuals were accused of terrorism and causing property damages.
The suspects were arrested for the early Aug. 15 burning of a taxi cab in the Colonia Baja California area and the burning attempt of a Mercedes Benz transit bus of the TPE company.
According to the authorities the suspects allegedly sprayed gasoline on the bus. However, a neighbor discovered the incident and the suspects fled.
Later, the individuals arrived on a 2008 Dodge Charger in the Bahía de los Angeles Avenue area and sprayed gasoline on a 2017 Nissan Tsuru. The vehicle was declared a total loss. The judge decided to keep the suspects in prison during trial and gave prosecutors two months to close the investigation.