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Mario Armando Ramirez Trevino, “X-20”, alleged leader of the Gulf Cartel, was arrested

x2017082013_pMEXICO CITY, August 17. – Mario Armando Ramirez Trevino, “X-20”, alleged leader of the Gulf Cartel, was arrested at 21:34 hours last evening and was delivered to the Deputy Attorney Specialized Investigation of Organized Crime (SEIDO) of PGR. Amid tight security, involving Mexican military vehicles and military personnel, the suspect was transferred from the International Airport in Mexico City, where he arrived from Tamaulipas, the building located at Avenida Paseo de la Reforma number 75.

Trevino Ramirez was captured Saturday during a raid by the Mexican army in Rio Bravo, Tamaulipas.

The Department of Justice United States offered a reward of five million dollars to anyone who furnish information leading to his capture, since it is set by authorities in that country for various crimes. Ramirez Trevino is expected shortly to make a statement to the federal prosecutor, who will determine within the next few hours his legal status. SEIDO facilities were guarded by military personnel and the side of the Paseo de la Reforma was temporarily closed to traffic, because at that place are military vehicles.

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Posted by on 08/18/2013 in Crime!

 

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Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada, was arrested

Jonathan Salas Aviles was captured Saturday in Sinaloa for a federal forces operating in the receivership of Quilá, Culiacán

Jonathan Salas Aviles was captured Saturday in Sinaloa for a federal forces operating in the receivership of Quilá, Culiacán
Jonathan Salas Aviles was captured Saturday in Sinaloa for a federal forces operating in the receivership of Quilá, Culiacán

Jonhatan Salas Avilés, alleged leader of escorts of Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada, was arrested by a special group of the Mexican army in an operation in the receivership of Quila, in the municipality of Culiacán.

The commander of the Third Military Region, Moises Melo Garcia, confirmed in an interview that the arrest of the suspect occurred early on Saturday February 9.

Revealed that Salas Aviles, who controls a group of suspected members of organized crime and alleged informant called “hawks”, was transferred to Mexico City, where it was available to the Attorney General’s Office (PGR).

The military chief announced that the coordinated action of the panel, both by land and by air, secured three firearms, a vehicle and a building with drugs.

 
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Posted by on 02/11/2013 in Crime!

 

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New narco tunnel discovered in California

Elements of the Mexican Army discovered a narco-tunnel and arrested eight suspects who worked in the excavation

Narco tunnel in California eith arrested

Narco tunnel in California eith arrested

TECATE, The Mexican Army discovered a narco-tunnel and arrested eight suspects who worked on the excavation inside a house in the center of the city, said the commander of the Second Military Zone.

The commander of the Second Military Zone, Gilberto Landeros Briceño, said when attending a citizen complaint, went to the place located in the alley Madero, and far looked at people coming in and out of the house acting suspiciously.

Upon arriving at home, he said, they saw a person down tool of a vehicle, who realizing military presence tried to flee, but was caught with a bag containing 294 grams of marijuana.

When you review the property, they discovered that there was a water purifying company name “Water and now”, then located underneath a bath tub a hydraulic system to be powered up a cover and showed off the entrance to a tunnel .

Briceño Landeros said the tunnel characteristics that have an entry of 1.60 by 1.50 meters, a depth of 12.7 meters, a height of approximately 1.6 meters and a width of 1.5 meters.

He also said that the tunnel had a length of 135 meters, however, not yet reached the international boundary, as it was under construction.

It also has a stretch of 49 meters long rails conditioning, ventilation and lighting, the background was diverse material that was used for excavation, such as shovels, picks, buckets and wheelbarrows, among others.

During its review were apprehended seven others who excavation They performed with different tools, so they were made available to the competent authority, he said.

 
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Posted by on 12/07/2012 in Crime!, Drugs

 

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Accountant for Zetas, Lorenzo Zepeda Jose Saenz was captured

Lorenzo Zepeda Jose Saenz was captured on September 8 in Monclova Township

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MEXICO CITY, The Mexican Army arrested Lorenzo Zepeda Jose Saenz, alias “Uncle” and / or “LIC”, identified as alleged accountant for “The Zetas “in the municipality on 8 September in Monclova, Coahuil.

Through a statement, the Ministry of National Defense (SEDENA) reported that “Uncle” was responsible for managing the money from the sale of drugs, kidnapping, extortion, robbery dues and fuel.

The Department of Defense said Lorenzo Zepeda Jose Saenz is alleged number of “Los Zetas” in Monclova Township, who apparently did get the profits from such activities for Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano, alias “El Lazca”.

At the time of his arrest, “Uncle” had in possession a million pesos 56,000, plus $ 35,000, a rifle, a vehicle, telephone, computer equipment and documentation.

 
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Posted by on 09/12/2012 in Crime!, Mexican Drug Cartels

 

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Jalisco authorities confirm that the Mencho remains at large

The alleged leader of the New Generation Jalisco cartel was not captured during the operation last Saturday August 25

Secretary of Public Security of Jalisco, Luis Carlos Najera Gutierrez de Velasco confirmed that Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, alias El Mencho , alleged leader of the New Generation Jalisco cartel, was not captured during the operation last Saturday August 25, as had been reported initially.

“(The Mencho) was in the locks himself in the metropolitan area at the time of the events they covered their retreat. Therefore it has not been presented to the public, nor does it appear from the dead, “said the official.

At a press conference, Najera Gutierrez de Velasco, said the social outrage should be focused against the offenders, “they caused the death of a person, which damaged the heritage of Jalisco and causing blockages.”

After participating in a meeting between the heads of municipal public security of the metropolitan area of ​​Guadalajara between state and federal authorities said they returned to the peace in the region Cienega, where on Sunday there were some incidents, “a State Police that area sent surveillance operations and also the Mexican Army patrol in that area. “

He said that the authorities already conducted an investigation related to the blockages and helps with such instances.

As for the Code Red, mentioned that still remains and will be based on an analysis to be conducted in the next few hours to determine their conclusion.

He explained that the Code Red is an operating system that starts when any type of emergency, “is a communication that unites all security corporations and emergency according to the decision of the command is”.

The meeting was attended by representatives of the 15th Military Zone, Federal Police, the Ministry of Transportation, the Attorney General of the State (PGJE) and public security holders of the suburban municipalities to Guadalajara.

The State Security Ministry takes a detached information gathering video surveillance system, it will make available both the PGJE, as the Attorney General’s Office.

 
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Posted by on 08/29/2012 in Crime!, Mexican Drug Cartels

 

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more than 24 tons of drugs Incinerated in Tamaulipas

The drugs were confiscated by the Mexican Army and security authorities of the three branches of government of the state.

Incinerated more than 24 tons of drugs in Tamaulipas
Incinerated more than 24 tons of drugs in Tamaulipas

REYNOSA, Tanps. – A total of 24 tons 308 kilos 293 grams 200 milligrams of narcotics seized in various operations carried out in the border state of Tamaulipas were burned by the authorities of the three levels of government.

The drugs were insured by the Mexican Army and security authorities of the three branches of government of the state, built in 84 seizures prior investigations.

The carbonization included: 24 tons 306 kilos 056 grams 100 milligrams of marijuana, 912 grams a kilo of cocaine 800 milligrams and 324 milligrams 300 grams of heroin, a result of various assurances made in the communities of Reynosa, Matamoros and Miguel German.

The incineration of drugs was in charge of Social Representative of the Federation, affiliated to the State Delegation of the PGR, under the supervision of the Internal Control Body of the Institution, who testified weight and authenticity of the drug.

The event took place at the shooting range facilities and Fisheries of Reynosa, located on the road to San Fernando.

A total of 24 tons 308 kilos 293 grams 200 milligrams of narcotics seized in various operations carried out in the border state of Tamaulipas, were burned by the authorities of the three levels of government.

The drugs were insured by the Mexican Army and security authorities of the three branches of government of the state, built in 84 seizures prior investigations.

The carbonization included: 24 tons 306 kilos 056 grams 100 milligrams of marijuana, 912 grams a kilo of cocaine 800 milligrams and 324 milligrams 300 grams of heroin, a result of various assurances made in the communities of Reynosa, Matamoros and Miguel German.

 
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Posted by on 06/11/2012 in Crime!, Drugs

 

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Two children held in Mexico,kidnapped by their father are now in Canada

Two children held in Mexico,kidnapped by their father are now in Canada

The children were abducted by their father, the Mexican police rescued them in the state of Guadalajara

TORONTO, – Two Canadian children who spent the last four years in Mexico kidnapped by their father are now in Canada after Mexican police rescued them in the town of Guadalajara. Canadian authorities said Monday.

The mother, Emily Cablek of the children Dominic and Abby Maryk, said through a statement provided by the Police of the Canadian city of Winnipeg that “now” she is the “happiest mother.” Winnipeg officials explained during a news press conference that Mexican authorities have in custody Kevin Maryk, 40 years old.

In August 2008 Dominic and Abby, were kidnapped when they were seven and five years old, respectively. Police also noted that in this case Kevin requested the extradition of Robert Maryk and Groen, who also is in the custody of Mexican authorities.

A third suspect in the kidnapping of the two children, Cody McKay, is being sought in Canada. According to information provided by police Winnipeg, Dominic and Abby spent most of the last four years locked inside, an unable to go outside, several residences in Puerto Vallarta and Guadalajara.

The Canadian authorities also explained that the Mexican police are investigating whether Maryk and Greenland are linked with groups engaged in drug trafficking. The rescue of the two children came after the Canadian authorities provided video and pictures of children to Mexican media in two areas of Mexico where they thought they could be found.

The Winnipeg Free Press newspaper said a resident of Guadalajara revealed to the American private investigator Wilhelm von Mayer, who had been hired to assist in the location of the two children, where Dominic and Abby were.

According to the newspaper, the resident provided the information to the police in Guadalajara and the Mexican Army, but was ignored by both. Finally Von Mayer contacted the president of the FIND foundation of Guadalajara, Juan Manuel Estrada Juarez, who contacted Interpol and the Mexican federal police. FIND The Foundation is dedicated to “support low-income Mexican families who have been victims of robbery, abduction and missing children,” according to the Facebook page of the organization

 
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Posted by on 05/29/2012 in Abused Children, Crime!

 

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