TIJUANA, Mexico, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Mexican police in Tijuana are enforcing a local law outlawing tinted car windows in a bid to crack down on rampant crime in this violent city on the U.S. border. Municipal police sources in the city, a tourism and drug smuggling hub south of San Diego, say officers have fined almost 600 people since the crackdown on tinted glass began last month. The municipal bylaw prohibits plastic film placed on vehicle windows, and does not include factory-tinted ...
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