Ciudad Juarez, Chih - The state attorney general Patricia Gonzalez presented during a press conference a band of ten people, mostly minors, suspected sicarios working for the criminal group of "El Chapo" Guzman, who were detained by soldiers after an investigation following the discovery of a narcofosa (narco-grave) in the town of San Isidro.
Patricia Gonzalez said that the military found the narcofoza in February of last year in the town of San Isidro del Valle in Ciudad Juarez where three bodies of male students were found. The males had been abducted "levantados" from their homes in that area.
Also one of the detainees, who were identified as Fernando González Ordaz alias "El Popeye," said that recently the criminal organization of "El Chapo" participated in the murder of two men who were beheaded in the Valley of Juárez.
During the interview he also said that he was paid 10,000 pesos per week, while the younger people who were recruited to be watch guards for police movement were paid 5000 pesos per week.
The arrest of ten alleged criminals were from 16 to 22 years of age were arrested with several guns and magazines.