Thursday, October 10, 2013

Starr County Texas: 13 Golfos Arrested, 100 Vehicles Seized

Posted on Borderland Beat Forum by Administrator "DD"
The High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) task force assisted the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency in arresting 13 Gulf Cartel members Tuesday morning.

The arrested are among 52 people targeted in a now partially sealed indictment that alleges their involvement in a drug conspiracy.

But not only did HIDTA assist in making the arrest, they also seized nearly a hundred vehicles, more than 20 weapons and thousands of dollars.

Today the task force assessed the new inventory, all marked with the number 355.

The number signifies how many cases the task force has conducted this year.

It’s the largest seizure so far this year.

“They use this area because it’s close to the river,” Starr County HIDTA Investigator Ismael Guerra said.

It’s no secret cartels utilize Starr County.

They traffic drugs through the area before the loads head northeast to Houston.

“They move it north because the value goes up,” he said.

The arrests and property seizure comes after a two year federal and local investigation.

Guerra said he hopes the arrests will slow down the trafficking of drugs.

So far this year HITDA has seized 160,000 pounds of marijuana.

“It’s never been busier,” Guerra said.

The task force did see less movement of drugs during the Department of Public Safety increased patrols and added checkpoints.

But now that the initiative is over, and October marks harvesting month for marijuana, more arrests and seizures are expected.

The 13 charged in federal court today remain in McAllen as they await their bond hearing next week.

36 comments:

  1. :/ they are fukin up real bad rio grande and roma as you can see

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  2. Just loved this part:
    “It’s never been busier,” Guerra said

    Well sounds like we are finally making progress after 20+ years of 'war on drugs'.

    Remember: crime pays if your are a cop (incl. DEA & FBI), lawyer, prosecuter, part of the prison industry (incl. guard, administrator etc), security firm, weapons manufacturer, corrupt politician, media outlet (tabloid newspaper, newscaster etc) or criminal on the loose.

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    1. Drug Crimes=Job security for all!!!!!God bless America

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    2. They just cleaning up for the new owners of pemex,they will want to go to las putas on their free time,as always,and don't want too many kidnappers around,so,after using the zetas and the golfos to destabilize the region and get back on the presidential chair,the PRI is stabbing their former friends and employees right on the ass! all for their lords of the higher order.
      DEDICATED TO:EAGER BEAVER

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  3. The Mexican government is a dead duck.
    It's completely incapable of administering the country.
    The best recourse now is of course turning over the country to the people.
    Let them form their own home guards to defend themselves.
    Who else can do it better?
    They know the terrain.
    They know who the cartel members.
    And it is in their own interests to kill these bastards.
    For them there is no if and no but.
    The best the government can do for them is to supply them with arms and training.
    The other alternative will be to turn the country over to the drug cartels.

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  4. Golfas deserve it !!! When will the trucks be available for auction ?

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  5. Yet anotger reminder to stay the HELL OUT of the drug game.I did 5 years in the feds when i wad younger and am legit now.ofcourse every now n then i would get the itch to turn back to my old ways especially when i would see ex partners of mine super glossing with the tricked out F250s n all that.BUT a very good reminder thay it wont last.once the feds got u,as an attorney friend of mine would say thia s it its over.it aint the state that would some money n pull u can out on probation.

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  6. WONDERFUL I CAN DRIVE THRU STARR COUNTY AT NIGHT, OH WAIT BUT NO ZAPATA COUNTY ZEATAS OWN THAT COUNTY

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    1. nobody owns starr county its ours its neutral zone.no spill over shit.los de zapata no controlan ni a sus viejas son reputas por eso aki les decimos a zapata ....zaputa jaajaa

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    2. No one but you laughed at that lameass joke. Whens the truck auction??

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  7. whens the auction... i want that corvette

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  8. When is the auction for these vehicles? I wouldn't mind putting a bid on the black Tundra truck

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  9. Dumb Mexican narcos can't wipe their ass clean even if you thought then how to. This is the problem that I have been saying long ago. Keep your business on the down low and violence at its minimum. The rise of terror violence in Mexico is a prime example. You have idiots in the Gulf, Zetas and BLO organizations who believed terror is the only way to deter individuals from affecting their trades. Well, if a cat corners a mouse, then the mouse will have no option to defend itself. That is why we are seeing the rose of vigilante groups. Mexican cartels are the dumbest except for Guzman's group.

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    1. 7:13 did it occur that that is how it is supposed to be? if evil looks soo well organized and widespread,maybe,just maybe that is how it was supposed to be..

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  10. Over seven vehicles per person? Sweet! After two years, I wonder how many tons of drugs flooded our streets, our neighborhoods and our schools? At what point in the two year investigation did the authorities have evidence to arrest the 13? I hope that the cops are taking the residents of Texas in to consideration when letting these fish run with it for so long. I also hope the prosecutors don't start plea bargaining due to incompetence/laziness when they could slam the defendants with the full brunt of the law. Come on prosecutors, spank them hard. You might miss happy hour this week but you can still get off of work by 4:30 next week. Oops, I meant 2:30. LOL

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  11. Total failure. .only confiscsted $6000..hahaha this war on weed is stupid .. couldn't get anything so they took the vehicles ..make it sound like they did something big

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  12. Never said how much drugs related to this DTO were seized im guessing taking those vehicles off the street wont make anyone safer

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  13. Is Zapata County Texas controlled by Zetas or CDG? Is something big currently going on in Miguel Aleman and Ciudad Mier? The cartels are definitely operating on both sides of the border.

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    1. They have Always and will Always operate on both sides

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    2. they operate nationaly,internationaly or maybe globaly but that does not mean they own this side the u.s..starr county is not cdg or zeta territory.neutral zone

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  14. What they don't tell you is some of the vehicles were probably abandoned after the driver and occupants bailed from the vehicle during a chase, subsequently jumping into the river and swimming away to avoid arrest. Sometimes the traffickers drive the vehicles into the Rio Grande River. That's a common occurrence in the Rio Grande Valley.

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    1. Classic RGV move drive fast take your last toke and swim as fast as you can!!!!!!

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  15. Goddamn look at all these armchair quarterback ass kids on here... Go back to doing nothing kiddos, you're better off not giving yourselves a headache by thinking.

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  16. The big truck were getting ready to b send to mexico for combat

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  17. That is one bad ass black Toyota Tundra.

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  18. at 11:58, "Total Failure"??? if you take an average of $10,000 for all the seized vehicles (some are worth more some less) x 100 that my friend is 1 million dollars.

    When these are auctioned off it will go to buy more enforcement industry equipment.

    Saludos
    Micho

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  19. Se Mueven las drogas en el tren?? Vi las vias del tren.

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  20. OH YEAH!!!Good Ol' Texas Shit:Weed,Guns and Trucks, The American Dream!Eyyyyyyyyyyy!

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  21. Starr County mention...hell yea

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  22. the police these counties are has bad as police in mexico, its all about the $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

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  23. Bunch of haterz
    Puro STARR COUNTY

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  24. Damn how much for the Porsche and the classic 1979 F150? When is the auction? I'd pay top dollar for Nadia if she is up for auction as well ; )

    That cat Ismael dont look like an investigator, he looks like a Rio Grande High School drop out. Pinche cholo fracasado.

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    1. Lmao that's true bro. Its probably not a real cop. They would not show a real deputy nor expose his name. Great catch blogger.

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  25. 2/3 Of the people in Starr County are related to each other, Jail keepers, border patrol, police, Border crossing federal agents are cousins to the drug traffickers that they are putting in jail.

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  26. The black tundra looks badass feel bad 4 the guy they most likely stole it from

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