The federal police in Ciudad Juarez were able to arrest three members of the street gang "Los Aztecas" when they were getting ready to place a narco-banner directed at the Sinaloa cartel. The arrest happened at around 2030 hours when the three gangsters were travelling in a stolen vehicle and were in possession of the banner.
The men arrested were identified as:
Jose Rosario Flores Morales “El Escaso” 23 years old, who has a record of crimes for auto theft and possession firearm, and served a sentence of six years and four months in prison before being released just 15 days ago.
José Miguel Hernández Venegas "El Cholo" 23 years old.
Lozano Jose Luis Meza “El Negro” 31 years old, this person was detained in the United States while entering illegally and was deported to Mexico just two weeks ago.
Through further investigation police determined that the three men belong to the street gang "Los Aztecas" and work for the criminal organization “La línea” for the Juarez cartel and were to receive 100 dollars for every banner they placed in public. The men were aboard a blue vehicle that had been previously reported as stolen and were in possession of a banner that directed threats against the members of the Sinaloa cartel and was signed by "La línea.” The men were apprehended on the streets Cerro de las Cruces and Segunda Queretaro, in the community of Lomas de San José, the exact place where they were going to place the banner.
Source: Juarez Noticias