Homicides in Puerto Peñasco have risen in the past four years to 13 in 2009, up from 3 in 2006, official figures from the Sonoran government show.Through July 2010, the latest figures available, there had been seven homicides. tourists have been targeted by criminals due to their citizenship but says bystanders, including U. citizens, have been killed and injured in violent incidents throughout the country, especially along the northern border. citizens in Sonora reported to the State Department in 2010, up from four in 2007 and more than double any other year since 2002, the data show.But to increasingly vocal animal-rights groups in the United States and abroad, it's a brutal anachronism that simply needs to end.Nowhere is this clash of sensibilities sharper than along the US-Mexico border, where a string of bullfighting rings from Tijuana to Ciudad Jurez has long drawn international crowds.
Take Interstate 19 (I-19) south until the valley becomes narrow.The first major federal move towards constructing a border fence began in 1993, when Bill Clinton signed off on Operations Safeguard and Hold the Line, which authorized the construction of fencing along the border in Arizona and Texas respectively.A third installment, Operation Gatekeeper, was authorized in 1994 for the construction of fencing along the border in California."This is certainly one more blow to the economy of Puerto Peñasco," Schwab said. Rocky Point business owners called that advisory unjustified and questioned the validity of the "unconfirmed reports." On Friday, they expressed disappointment about the resort town's being singled out in the new travel warning. citizens to avoid traveling at night on Highway 8 between the U.