According to the official Wechat public number of Pingan Xushui, Xushui police, in cooperation with Inner Mongolia police, have arrested two provincial Internet fugitives involved in the 2.23 mine disaster in Inner Mongolia.
On February 23, 2019, a serious traffic accident occurred in Yinman Mining Co., Ltd., Xiuzhumqin Banner, Xilingol League, Inner Mongolia, in which 22 people were killed and 28 injured. On the morning of March 3, the joint investigation team of the 2.23 mine accident in Inner Mongolia came to the Criminal Police Brigade of Xushui District Public Security Bureau, asking for assistance in arresting and thoroughly investigating the origin of the vehicle sellers involved.
The case is serious. Song Jianguo, deputy director of criminal investigation, instructed the criminal police brigade to thoroughly investigate the sources and intelligence squadron to cooperate fully with the landing arrest. After learning about the work of Inner Mongolia police, Xushui District Public Security Bureau handled the case and arrested the suspect Zhang Mou according to law on the afternoon of March 3.
After interrogation, the suspect Zhang Mou, a 29-year-old man from Cuizhuang Town, Xushui District, confessed to the criminal fact that he had sold the transport vehicles in the 2.23 mine accident in Xilingol League, Inner Mongolia in 2019.
After continuous work, the police have determined the permanent residence of another criminal suspect, Li Mou, but no one knows where to go. Later, the police attacked many of their relativespolicies. On the evening of March 4, the suspect Li Mou surrendered to the intelligence squadron.
After interrogation, the suspect Li Mou, a 37-year-old man from Cuizhuang Town, Xushui District, confessed to the criminal fact that he sold Zhang Mous 2.23 Inner Mongolia Mine Accident Transport Vehicle.
At present, the suspects Zhang Mou and Li Mou have been detained by Xushui District Public Security Bureau according to law, and the transfer work is in progress.
Source: Shi Jianlei_NBJ11331, responsible editor of Beijing News