It appears that a new drug cartel has emerged in Chihuahua named Carrillo Leyva.
Authorities on Monday discovered three narcobanners on several bridges south of the city of Chihuahua, where criminals were invited to join the new cartel, and at the same time they accused the government of protecting a criminal boss and they questioned the opening of Drive Inn "La Cerve."
The listed narcobanners appeared on the bridges Avenida Pacheco and J.J. Calvo; Avenida Fuentes Mares and Francisco Villa and Avenida 20 de Noviembre and Lombardo Toledano.
One of the messages written on the banners read as follows:
"Why is the government so brazen in protecting Hugo Gutierrez Ensinas while he was in the hospital that was shot and the boss of El Flaco Salgueiro and who you give a reward and why do you insist on opening La Cerve so that the Los Picados Malandros knock out people inside. Atte Hermanos Carrillo Leyva."
The other two banners proposed to members of criminal groups to join the new cartel and at the same time it provides evidence of corruption from local authorities.
The narcobanners were immediately removed by local police and the area was well guarded by law enforcement.
Source: Political Real