Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Man who Threatened Sheriff Treviño Found Executed in Reynosa

Borderland Beat
A man executed in Reynosa at the hands of members of organized crime has been identified as the same man who had made threats against Hidalgo County Sheriff Lupe Treviño and deputies serving beneath him.
Mexican authorities in Ciudad Victoria and Reynosa confirmed the body of Roberto Carlos “El Loco” Medina — a member of a violent gang comprising criminal immigrants with ties to Mexican drug cartels — showed signs “consistent with an execution,” but declined to comment further on his slaying.
 Treviño said Tuesday that his department was working with the FBI, which was coordinating contact with Mexican authorities to further investigate the death of Medina.
Medina’s body was found by Reynosa municipal authorities Thursday afternoon along a dirt road near Colonia Ernesto Zedillo; the body’s hands had been tied behind its back with a single gunshot wound to the forehead, Treviño said.
While the body had a Mexican ID card with the name Jorge Garcia Garcia, the man’s mother is the one who properly identified him in Mexico.

Medina was the same Partido Revolucionario Mexicano gang member connected to Mexican organized crime who in September 2012 had made death threats against Treviño, his family and investigator Alfredo Avila, who had been looking at Medina in connection to a kidnapping case, the sheriff said.
Medina was considered a person of interest in the kidnapping case and had two warrants for his arrest on the charge of making terroristic threats.
Court records show that Medina had also called Avila’s department-issued cellphone to make threats against him and his family. Medina’s relatives declined to comment when contacted Tuesday by The Monitor.

[police recording of call by Medina in video below]



Medina has a lengthy criminal history, including drug charges, robbery, kidnapping and a 1999 capital murder charge that was dismissed for lack of evidence.
The Partido Revolucionario Mexicano gang has been described by authorities as a group of criminal immigrants illegally in the United States with direct ties to Mexican drug cartels and organized criminal syndicates across the border, particularly the Gulf Cartel.
The PRM is the same gang behind the a failed kidnapping attempt on behalf of the Gulf Cartel that led to the shooting of an Hidalgo County sheriff’s deputy during a traffic stop in October 2011.

The sheriff classified that shooting as the first confirmed case of spillover violence in his county — a departure from prior assertions that drug violence had not crossed north of the Rio Grande — since the kidnapping had been an effort to recover a drug load stolen from the Gulf Cartel.
Mexican authorities have not released any information into Medina’s slaying beyond confirming his death. The case is being undertaken by officials with Tamaulipas’ attorney general, which investigates such homicides.
Medina’s threats were not a unique circumstance for Treviño and his staff in recent years.
In July 2012, Gustavo Lozano, 41, called sheriff’s dispatchers, saying he was a Mexican police officer and that deputies shouldn’t have started a drug investigation against him. Lozano turned himself in to authorities Jan. 16 at the Hidalgo-Reynosa International Bridge, where he claimed that people in Mexico had tried to kill him. The man sustained several self-inflicted wounds and after further investigation, investigators said his threats were baseless.

Lozano had sold an interview to a show with Univision network, where he claimed to be a hit man for a Mexican cartel and had been behind the death of a U.S. Border Patrol agent — a claim the FBI found to be without merit, dismissing the claims in a written statement.

On Jan. 17, Lozano said he had been lying in his statements, and he publicly apologized during his arraignment hearing. He pleaded guilty in April and was sent to jail, but online court records do not specify the length of his sentence.
The Monitor and El Nuevo Heraldo
Thank you to the reader who sent me the story last night-sorry for the delay in posting

42 comments:

  1. I bet sheriff Trevino feels safe now, i want that $hit as for away from the valley as possible. I just got a house here.
    Great story chivis

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    1. I live in the valley although it is safe if you arent involved with drugs, the sheriffs here might be crooks; sheriff lupe trevinos son was arrested for protecting drug loads along wit his drug unit he worked with

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  2. "Medina has a lenthy criminal history, includin kidnapping,roberry,extorsion and a capital murder case that was dismissed for lack of evidence" THEN WHY did u include this last one if it was INDEED DISMISSED?!!!!!ive gone through two cases dismissed in my life. N absouletly hated when cicksucking pigs,cops n snitches bring it up.They got dismissed for a reason so DONT INCLYDE THEM,MAGGOTS!

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    1. Stop being a lil butch, ahi si miy offended pinche puto

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    2. Just because they were dismissed does not mean you didn't commit the crimes.....darn bozo!

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  3. And people say theres no corruption in the u.s hahaha this proves that treviño is under gulfs cartel payroll

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    1. No you fool, he brought to much USA heat to thier gang so they shot him.

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    2. The po po knocked him off thats what i think!!!

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    3. your right there is corruption in the U.S especially here in the valley...i stay in the county where sheriff trevino works his son was arrested for protecting drug loads along wit the panama unit he worked with and supposably sheriff lupe trevino "didnt know" when his son lived with him still

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  4. Haters gonna hate
    Potatoes gonna po. Tate . I bet this guy talked shit to the wrong person sure u can talk that shit here where ppl wont do shit but in Mexico acting hard and talking shit is a one way trip to Home Depot as fertilizer haahah i hope it was worth it

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    1. Oh they do shit here too just not as open about it.you just are never heard from again least where i stay thats how they roll

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  5. Do you know when a Gang Member is bad for business & and its taken out by his own people? This is the classic case.

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    1. Yup just like Miguel Trevino he was getting out of hand the his people couldn't protect him anymore. the cops and drug dealers were fed up with him.

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  6. Apparently, Medina never heard the saying: "Actions speak louder than words." You don't make threats, you act or you don't act. This clown was, as 0210 hrs. wrote, bad for business.

    MF

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  7. Wow Chivis. "EL LOCO'S" name says it all. May he and the rest of these monsters rot on HELL. Ypu are the best Chivas. Peace,Texas Grandma.

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  8. Beware Michoacan ! Obama will send in Carlos Danger to clean things up.

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    1. LMFAO!!!! Come on now with a last name like weiner he got enough problems.the narcos would die alright die laughing at this clown then probably cut his junk off and hed be on the internet alright lol

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  9. He looks like A mexican hitler lol

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  10. What's up with the black and white picture hahaha couldn't afford a better camera this aint the 40s

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  11. Arriva la PRM .... Esta vato was a snitch.... he threatend the Sherrif on his on behalf... The Sherrif said on live Tv he knew the PRM did not sanction this threat towards his life. But stated that the PRM did nothing to stop it or correct it ... Well case closed Sherrif .... One bullet to the head... Snitches gets dealt with one way or another... And by the way the PRM had nothing to do with the shooting of the deputie was just pure coincidence it turned out to be a rougue member!!!!

    Partido Revolutionario Mexicano!!!!!!

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    1. Chingas a tu madre PRM puro Texas Syndicate aqui en Texas corre los Cuernozzzzz 956

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    2. Jajaja Jajaja Jajaja Jajaja Jajaja Jajaja Jajaja Jajaja Jajaja Jajaja Jajaja Jajaja Jajaja.... no mames wey el cuerno no corre ni madres.... los Vallucos los tienen de los weboz ni los dejan caminar en ningun rancho...vatos avionados los dias ke tenian algo de fuerza se acabo ...EL BORRACHO corre el 956..

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  12. X-20 Pelon establishing his law in CDG territory. Another one bites the dust. First Guerra, Gringo, Puma, Tachas, Loco Median, etc. Who's next for Pelon?

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  13. So they're in the country ilegally? Don't worry, Obama and the Republicans are going to change that. They will be able to operate legally in the country, Obama will make sure they get driver's licenses and everything else that they could possibly need.

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    1. That's what Obama is going to do, now you tell us what the Republicans are going to do besides nothing.

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  14. Sounds like Sheriff Treviño took care of the problem. Either that, or this scum bag's cartel cronies felt he was heating up the plaza and green lighted him.

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  15. Everyone here in the Valley knows that Sheriff Treviño is a corrupt sob and he is involved in drug dealing with the Gulf Cartel.

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  16. On my post i forgot to mention that the BB posters that would attack my commentary (11.21pm)would be EXACTLY those people that i aforementioned ib my original post;COPS,PIGS OR SNITCHES.who else would get angry at people getting cases dismissed? ??oh n chivis see if u DO enter this comment.

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    1. U dont have to snitch as what u do in the dark will come to the light.cant hide from the good lord as hard as you may try

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    2. You belong in jail like the rest of the cartel low life scum...

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  17. awwww such a shame he sounded like such a nice man.

    lmaooooo rest in piss scumbag!!!!!

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  18. I hate how the sheriff always says there isnt spill over violence when theres been kidnappings, shoot outs, drug loads being stolen from houses, and illegal immigrant stash houses being found every other day! but maybe he wont admit spill over violence cuz lupe trevinos son and the panama drug force unit his son worked with were all crooked and arrested for protecting drug loads and im pretty sure theyre responsible for home invasions giving that people who saw home invasions happen the guys were all wearing tactical gear that the unit would use! i can go on an on about how dumb lupe trevino is and being from the valley ( I live in Hidalgo County) i know alot about what goes on here an sheriff trevino knows something or is protecting someone, but hes jus another crook like his son. What other sheriff drives in a bullet proof escalade? not many im sure

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  19. Jaja this fool was a Snitch all the way///he just pressed his luck///karma fuk and get fukd as they say///Word on the street of the RGV he put alot of people of his gang on radar and gave info on unsolved crimes///he got wat he deserved in the eyes of the street code///


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  20. Yeaj does sound like lupe trevino,IS corrupt,its just that hes more craftier at covering it up than his greedy mocoso son.

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  21. 11:31, 10:38
    This isn't about you. Take your angry little self to another sandbox to play.

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  22. Maybe he was high on meth and thought sheriff trevino was related to z40. so the gulf executed him for stupidity.

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  23. I am from the Valley, and live in Cameron county but always in Hidalgo county, all I can say is that, during the day and night, there is a lot of members hanging out at the clubs, munching out at the restaurants and living the life either in Mcallen, Brownsville, or South Padre Island. One of my friends partied with the CDG at a privately owned condo.

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  24. Don't think Trevino was involved. For shure he's the crook of crooks with a badge how many reelections . He has dirty money for favors or cover ups hope it comes out in his sons trial. Tell us the people who live here there's no spill over u can't cause your a part of it.

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  25. I have a question more so than a comment...how does one go about helping an innocent woman who was literally beating into saying she did something she didn't do? From what she has told the family is that she was arrested in Tecoman and then taken to Colima,Colima where she was taken to the basement had a bag thrown over her face and beaten by the police (the bag was used so that she would not be able to identify which cop it was) this was done several times in 2 days once she wrote the statement she was allowed to see her family and lawyer, the lawyer took pictures but I want to know how do you help the innocent?

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  26. Dam. even sheriff act like narco dictators .

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  27. With what we know now concerning the sheriff and his son, I think this whole investigation should be reopened and look into the possibility that the sheriff was the person telling lies. http://m.themonitor.com/opinion/editorial-panama-unit-jailed----ends-dirty-chapter/article_d89c4e6e-d248-11e3-a4ca-001a4bcf6878.html?mode=jqm#.U2ZiJR7a3M8.facebook

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