Friday, June 15, 2012

"El Quico", alleged Zeta leader of Nuevo Laredo and Nephew of Z-40, arrested in Monterrey



Mexican authorities have announced the arrest of  "El Quico", alleged Zeta leader of Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas and nephew of Miguel Treviño Morales, Z-40.


According to reports, Juan Francisco Treviño Chávez 31, was arrested Tuesday in Monterrey commercial plaza while meeting with his cousin, the alleged Zeta leader of Sabinas Hidalgo, Nuevo Lean, Jesús Chávez García.

Treviño Chávez is one of the 141 prisoners who escaped from the Nuevo Laredo prison on December 16, 2010.


Two AR-15 assault rifles, a Volkswagen Beetle and Chevrolet Avalanche were seized during the arrests.


Earlier this week, during a raid on an Oklahoma ranch, U.S. authorities arrested the brother of Z-40, José Treviño Morales.


Nuevo Leon Security Spokesman, Jorge Domene, will be giving a press conference within the next few hours.


More to follow.


Sources: El Norte, Milenio, El Universal



25 comments:

  1. Let em fall ! I hope the CDG takes him out in prison.

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  2. Great start for great weekend

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  3. oh its about to get ugly in nuevo laredo , it has been quiet around here since the gulf cartel kidknappers were busted.dam im ready to go away frm here

    -tyrone-

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  4. They coming for you!!!!
    The box is getting smaller!!!!!

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  5. June 15, 2012 11:31 AM .
    Who is comin for who?What are you talkin about?
    Who is comin for the Z,good guy,bad guy,what?

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  6. Bunch of cowards they didn't even fight back. What happened to the Z special forces? Jajajajaja! As soon as they see some grown up military boys with balls of steel they start crying like a quinceañera in need of some cock! They're getting closer Mr 40 your murderous drug empire is comming to an end.

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  7. One by one they all goin to fall I hope cdg gets him in jail

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  8. Good news to kick of the weekend. Any scum behind jails is never a bad thing. Salud2

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  9. Looks like his uncle must have snitched lol

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  10. It said this is Z40s nephew. Is this is a son of the brother who was arrested? If so then that means he more than likely snitched his own son out

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  11. reminds me of the end of pablo escobar.
    soon enough one by one they all end up the same way.

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  12. Oh shit i landed on the CDS support special action group.Ye man,we all know Chaps is the good guy as well as CDG,and that the Z are the bad guys.Did i get it right?I thought ALL cartel members are the lowest skanky mutts there can be.
    Is one cartel group better than another?You all seem to know.I thought they were all destroying Mexico slowly with their bullshit,but hey,who knows.You see i don't support none of these bitch ass clowns,who kidnap women and children like Stephania Cardoso.

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  13. gonna get all you cartel leaders wait and see.

    Obsessed over his family's safety, Escobar lingered too long on the phone with his son.

    His location pinpointed, his fate was sealed. He was gunned down on a rooftop in Medellin while trying to make his escape.

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  14. June 15, 2012 3:24 PM

    YOU ARE RIGHT..BUNCH OF CHEERLEADERS IN HERE.
    WAIT TILL ONE OF THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS GETS HURT..THEN THEY WILL CHEER A DIFFERENT TUNE!!

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  15. Zetas are a bunch of pusiese they gonna jet smashed

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  16. June 15, 2012 3:53 PM .
    Exactly right my brother.
    Sheep who need to stop following,and think for themselves.

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  17. June 15, 2012 3:53 PM .
    Until then hermano,they will continue to be fools.
    They need to pick a different role model,these guys who they respect so much would kill their ass in a minute.

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  18. La SEMAR presenta a Eric Jovan Lozano Díaz, alias "Cucho" (c), presunto operador financiero de Miguel Ángel Treviño alias "El Z-40", líder de la organización delictiva de Los Zetas hoy, viernes 15 de junio de 2012, en Ciudad de México. Lozano Díaz fue arrestado en una casa de seguridad en Nuevo Laredo, estado de Tamaulipas, nordeste de México, con 41,4 millones de pesos (casi 3 millones de dólares) y otro millón más de dólares en efectivo.


    -tyrone-

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  19. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=br7I9bh9pHM

    they are kickinng ass all over check this out

    -tyrone-

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  20. Bad week fa zetas

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  21. big time bad week but elections are in 2 weeks so i can only imagine whats about to go dwn. hopefully everyone stays safe and out the way.

    -tyrone-

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  22. The SEMAR presents Eric Jovan Lozano Díaz, alias "Cucho" (c), the alleged financial operator of Miguel Angel Trevino aka "The Z-40", leader of Los Zetas criminal organization today, Friday June 15, 2012, in Mexico City. Lozano Diaz was arrested in a safe house in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas state, northeastern Mexico, with 41.4 million pesos (almost $ 3 million) and another million dollars in cash.

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  23. YEP. ELECTION IS CLOSE. SOMETHING GOTS TO GIVE.

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  24. he didnt fight back because he had kids in the car

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  25. He didn't fight back because he can just bribe his way out of prison later, or escape like he did the last time.

    As for cartels being 'better' than each other, at least CDG's henchmen do not extort business not connected to drug smuggling nor do they randomly kidnap people for ransom like the Z's. The Z's are terrorists. CDG is pure scum but at least they tend to leave the people alone and focus on narco profits. This is why the DEA is working with them to get at the Zs

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