Monday, May 20, 2019

Videos: Interrogation of El Largo, of La Familia Michoacana responsible for the massacre of state police

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  from LaOpinion

One of the alleged perpetrators of the October 2018 ambush against police of the Secretariat of Security of the State of Mexico in the municipality of Almoloya de Alquisiras was arrested.  He , together with seven other subjects linked to drug trafficking, ambushed and murdered 4 police and captured the killings on video.

This subject identified as Edgar "N", alias "El Largo" or "El Grande", 24 years old, was a priority objective, since his participation in several criminal events was accredited.

The arrest occurred as a result of an investigation jointly with the Army.  The arrest was conducted at an address in the town of La Unión, municipality of Tlatlaya.

Attorney records his assassination


On Saturday, April 27, in the municipality of Cuautitlán, Mexico, the afternoon was painted blood red after a lawyer was murdered in cold blood in the center of the town. Journalistic reports indicate that a subject entered the office of the lawyer Enrique Villavicencio Cruz, and shot him in the head.

The killer also shot the secretary and her son. The events occurred at noon, in the building located on Aldama Street on November 20. The people were transferred to the Vicente Villada Hospital.

More than 60 security cameras belonging to organized crime removed

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat from VXT

Chivis Note; These cameras are most likely CDN.  The Trevino's were the first creating a radio and security network in Coahuila, Tamaulipas and Veracruz. Looks like they are up to their old tricks. Read two good posts about their network using this hyperlink and this one.  Their network was very impressive.  


Tamaulipas - Elements of the Police located just over 60 video cameras installed in different parts of Reynosa that allegedly belong to organized crime.

Agents of the State Police and other corporations were responsible for removing more than 60 cameras disguised to look like those of any service company.

Cartel de Golfo Leader Arrested at Exclusive Country Club in Celaya, Guanajuato

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Excelsior
                                        Alleged leader of the Gulf Cartel in Guanajuato
José Francisco 'N' was arrested in the 'Álamo Country Club' Fraccionamiento, one of the most exclusive in Celaya; without firing a single shot the elements of the prosecution managed to capture this alleged criminal. 

Under intelligence work, elements of the State Attorney General's Office managed to arrest José Francisco "N" , alleged leader of a Gulf Cartel cell operating in the state of Guanajuato.

The elite elements made a search in the "Álamo Country Club" Fractionation , one of the most exclusive in Celaya, Guanajuato.

Another Weekend in TJ, BC: 17 Dead Plus Human Heads

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta y ElSol
      Five dead and  a human head in a bag with narco - message; no word on the message itself.

In front of the grocery store "7 Gallos", located on Avenida Lázaro Cárdenas, in the Niño Artillero neighborhood, a human head was left wrapped in a plastic bag and a threatening message, which until now is unknown.

The incident occurred on the Niño Artillero neighborhood, of the Sánchez Taboada delegation, when the report of a black bag containing a human head on top of a white blanket with a message towards a criminal group was answered.

Soon, the area was cordoned off by the Municipal Police, and an operation was set up to arrest those responsible, however it was not successful.

It is worth mentioning that just yesterday Friday, another human head was found inside a backpack, on a pedestrian bridge at the height of Colonia Manuel Paredes.

At least 6 Dead: Confrontation Mineral La Florida, Municipality of Múzquiz, Coahuila

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Rancherita y Vanguardia

On the night of this Sunday, May 19, in a security action, elements of Fuerza Coahuila confronted a group of heavily armed civilians in a breach near the community of Mineral La Florida, in the Municipality of Múzquiz, Coahuila, which until now shows a balance of at least six likely criminals killed, according to the information provided by the Ministry of Public Security through a statement. 

To this action responded a helicopter and elements of the Federal Police, as well as members of the Secretariat of National Defense.  Staff of the Forensic Expert Services Dept of ​​the State Attorney General's Office is currently gathering evidence.

However, due to the lack of lighting, as well as the complex conditions of the land where the events took place, they have not yet concluded, so the final balance that this action could not be determined by the security forces and is yet be determined.

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Sunday, May 19, 2019

Cd Juarez: Armed Commando Opens Fire on a Party

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: El Diario y ElNorte
Ciudad Juarez:  Two dead and three injured, including a minor, left by an armed attack recorded last night in front of a house located on Xochimilcas Street in the Colonia Azteca where a gathering was being held.

Armed men came to the site and emptied their weapons against the attendees of the party.

After the shooting there were screams and terror, the injured people were taken in private vehicles to a hospital. Relatives of the victims went into crisis mode as crying and screaming commenced while trying to absorb the horror of what happened.

Elements of the different police corporations secured the scene and began with the first investigations. Experts from the State Attorney General's Office lifted the ballistic evidence and the bodies. Until tonight the names and ages of the victims were not disclosed and no arrests have been reported.

CJNG Blocks Highways in Michoacan

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: El Financiero y LaVozdeMichoacán
               Alleged members of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel block roads in Michoacán

In this regard, the Ministry of Public Security channels and said that the blockade had been carried out by armed ''civilians''.

By: Arturo Estrada
Presumed members of the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel, (CJNG)  made two road blockades on Saturday in the state of Michoacán, both in the municipality of Uruapán.

Civilians armed with assault rifles and hoods robbed drivers of two trailers to hinder vehicular traffic on the state roads of Uruapan and Gabriel Zamora.

According to information gathered by El Financiero, it was learned that the alleged members of the CJNG did not use their weapons, but they did show blankets with the initials of the cartel. La Voz de Michoacán reports that factions from both CJNG and "Los Viagras" arrived heavily armed with their initials on their trucks. The drivers of the tractor trailers stood down for fear of being injured or worse; but ultimately the armed and hooded men fled in the trucks.

"Manolo" Leader of Los Rojos Arrested in Morelos

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Excelsior
                                 Manuel "P", ''Manolo'', alleged leader of Los Rojos in Morelos

"Manolo'' is a member of the circle of confidence of Santiago Mazari, "El Carrete", leader of Los Rojos and linked in 2014 to the disappearance of the 43 students of the Rural Normal of Ayotzinapa

By: David Vicenteńo 5/19/2019 3:19 PM

In compliance with an arrest warrant, elements of the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) arrested Manuel "P", alias "Manolo" , head of the criminal group identified as Los Rojos, in the southern state of Morelos in the municipality of Zacatepec.

According to the investigations of the autonomous body, the detained person was responsible for coordinating the collection of "piso" and extortions to merchants and businessmen in that area, as well as co-opting municipal officials.

3 Hectares of Poppy Crops Near Tijuana, BC = 2 Million Plants

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta
A poppy field of approximately three hectares was located by agents of the State Preventive Police at the height of El Veladero Hill, in the Natura district, in Tijuana.

The first data provided to ZETA  that at 4:38 pm on Friday they reported to the emergency line that from Camino Vecinal street in Colonia Natura a poppy field was visible.

PEP units arrived at the site and confirmed the fact that it is estimated that around 2 Million plants  with pods and flowers were planted in sections in an aligned manner and was outstanding in the  vegetation of the area.

The officers  specified that they were approximately 3 hectares which had 80 plants per square meter, some had pink flowers and a characteristic bulb of the poppy plant, from which opium gum is obtained and then manufactured into the dangerous drug known as a heroin.

At the moment there are no reported detainees or weapons seizure. Agents of the State Preventive and elements of the SEDENA guard the perimeter.

Telemundo to feature a CJNG Sicario in 3 part series

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from RapidNews


Noticias Telemundo Investiga, the investigative news unit for Telemundo, is prepping "Reclutado por el narco", a series of three reports based on the first testimony to the media by a hit man for the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel (CJNG).



Presented by journalist Aldo Meza, the series [Spanish] documents the methods used by Mexico’s most powerful criminal organisation to recruit, train and control its assassins.

Reclutado por el narco will air in three parts, Monday through Wednesday, 20-22 May, during Noticias Telemundo’s primetime newscast. It will also be available online, via the Noticias Telemundo mobile app and property’s Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages.

“Noticias Telemundo Investiga has gone where no one has before: To the heart of the CJNG, the criminal organisation that took over the Sinaloa Cartel,” Noticias Telemundo Investiga director, Elena Gonzáles, said. “This is the first time anyone has been able to give a first-hand account of the extreme methods the cartel uses in its ‘terror schools,’ the camps where it trains its killers through tactics ranging from torture to ritual cannibalism.”

San Juan de Sabinas, Coahuila: 5 Bodies Left in Car at Police Station

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Vanguardia y El Sol
Piedras Negras, Coahuila May 18, 2019

The event occurred in the Carboniferous and North regions, in area about one hour away; operatives deployed.

According to an official statement, the State Prosecutor's Office (FGE) learned early Saturday morning of the abandonment of a vehicle in the vicinity of the offices of the Investigative Police in the  Municipality of San Juan de Sabinas,  inside they found the bodies of five people without life. 

"Staff of the FGE opened an investigation folder in this regard, proceeds to the identification of the bodies, as well as the collection of evidence to clarify the facts and punish those responsible," said the document released to the media this morning.

Network of Sicarios Killed Journalist in Playa del Carmen

Yaqui for Borderland beat from: ElSol
            Network of assassins killed journalist Francisco Romero: says Office of the Prosecutor
By:Rafael Martínez
The Attorney General of the State of Quintana Roo informed that the accused are at the disposal of the Public Ministry.

One of the three men arrested and held responsible for the armed attack on the Cervecería Chapultepec restaurant confessed to being the material author of the homicide of reporter Francisco Romero Díaz, alias "Ñaca Ñaca", which also happened in this city on Thursday at the Gota a Gota Bar.

Saturday, May 18, 2019

Atlanta: La Barbie's Father-in-Law "El Charro sentenced to 34 years

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from LAT and BB Archive
In 2015 El Charro was one of 13 narcos extradited to the U.S.
including La Barbie and El Coss

ATLANTA - The right-hand man in the United States of the head of a cocaine transport and distribution network, Edgar Valdez-Villareal, also known as "La Barbie," was sentenced to federal prison for cocaine trafficking and money laundering.

In a statement released Thursday, Prosecutor Byung J. "BJay" Pak said that District Judge Leigh Martin May, sentenced Carlos Montemayor González, of Tamaulipas, Mexico, to 34 years and three months in prison followed by 10 years of supervised freedom.

Pak says that Montemayor established a successful transportation and logistics company in Laredo, Texas in 1992, which specialized in transporting goods from Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, to the United States.

Baja Ca: “WAX” Bullets and More Crystal Meth

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta
                 Marijuana "Wax" packed into bullet cartridges confiscated, one woman arrested

Found in possession of several cartridges containing liquid marijuana known as "Wax", a woman was captured by elements of the  State Preventive Police (PEP) in the vicinity of El Sauzal Rodriguez, Ensenada, BC near Mexico's Highway #1.

The arrest was made during a route of prevention deployed on Second Street and "J", of the aforementioned area, where they located a female standing on the street, who expressed nervous attitude after noticing the presence of the police unit.

The woman held a plastic bag, which she dropped to the ground and several small boxes were observed, which is why the agents proceeded to a routine interview.

US Sanctions Former Governor And Magistrate For Aiding CJNG

El Armadillo For Borderland Beat From Treasury
Washington – Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) designated a Mexican magistrate judge and a former Mexican governor due to their involvement in corruption activities.  OFAC designated Mexican magistrate judge Isidro Avelar Gutierrez pursuant to the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act (Kingpin Act) because of his actions on behalf of the Cartel de Jalisco Nueva Generacion (CJNG) and the Los Cuinis Drug Trafficking Organization (Los Cuinis), two closely allied narcotics trafficking organizations designated pursuant to the Kingpin Act in 2015.  Avelar Gutierrez received bribes from these narcotics trafficking organizations in exchange for providing favorable judicial rulings to their senior members. 

"El Osmar" Extorsion Leader of Union Tepito Detained

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Vanguardia

          At the time of his arrest this subject carried a firearm and had in his possession drugs.

After four months of freedom, in the early hours of this Saturday, capital authorities arrested Alexis Osmar Flores Diaz, alias "El Osmar" , who is presumed to be the extortionist and distribution leader of the Union Tepito cartel.

The Attorney General's Office of Mexico City reported that the arrest of "El Osmar" was carried out in the streets of the Condesa neighborhood, Cuauhtémoc, where he charged extortion in the bars in the area.

According to the first reports , at the time of his arrest this guy carried a firearm and had drugs in his possession.

In 2018, "El Osmar" was arrested by the then Secretary of Public Security (now the Secretariat of Public Safety) for extortion in the Coapa area, Coyoacán City Hall. However, in February of this year he was released.

Video: Armed suspects refuse to exit their Armored G-500, so police tow them to the station

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Reforma




Two armed men remained entrenched inside an armored Mercedes refusing orders to exits the vehicle.  They locked themselves in the G500, and would not budge.

Police decided to take action by towing the Mercedes to the Central Prosecutor's Office in Colonia Doctores of Mexico City.

The incident began around 5:50 pm this afternoon, when police from the Ministry of Public Safety (SSC) conducted the stop in a routine check at the corner of Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas and Calle Lucas Alamán.

CJNG leaves a message for El Bucanas and Los Zetas


Cañada Morelos, Puebla - "This happened to me because I supported Los Bucanas and didn’t join CJNG. This message also goes to all the Zetas. Fall into formation or I’ll make you fall into formation. Sincerely, CJNG” , is the message that was found next to human remains in a plastic box this Friday morning. 

In response to this, public security units from the state of Puebla, the Mexican Army and the Ministry arrived to begin the investigation and removal of the remains.

Jalisco: CJNG slaughter house, 18 bagged bodies



This Friday a new safe house was located in the town of San Agustín, in Tlajomulco de Zúñiga, where several persons kidnapped were located and at least 18 bags with possible remains, according to information from the Secretaría de la Defensa Nacional  (Sedena).

Elements of the Second Battalion of Special Forces  of the Sedena patrolled at the crest of Juarez and Guadalupe Victoria around 1:40 hours when they were attacked with gun fire by subjects in a pick-up truck.

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Juarez: 4 murdered women, 2 were incinerated, one was pregnant





Ciudad Juárez - Experts from the Women's Special Prosecutor's Office (FEM) exhumed the corpses of two women, who were buried in the courtyard of a house in Los Insurgentes neighborhood in Ciudad Juárez.

The victims were identified unofficially by their relatives as Saira Alicia Rivera González, 19, and Judith Jazmín Bedolla Haros, 17, who had an missing report since May 10.

It is known that the young Judith Jasmine Bedolla had reported that she was pregnant.

Friday, May 17, 2019

Drug pusher Lesly caught while dumping a murder victim


The woman detained had wounds on her hands and arms, which are allegedly related to a sustained fight with the individual wrapped in a blanket.

A person accused of killing and trying to throw the body of a man wrapped in a blanket was detained by elements of the Attorney General's Office and the Secretary of Public Safety of Mexico City.