|Jesus Coronado Salvador Rosales, "el Negro"|
ACUNA, Mexico, nov. 24, 2013 - State Police arrested Friday night November 22 an individual identified as Jesus Coronado Salvador Rosales, also known as 'el Negro', age 33. The suspect allegedly confessed to the charge of 'transfer' of drugs at the border of Coahuila and the United States and distributing narcotics in Acuña.
Salvador Rosales admitted to being part of the criminal group Zetas, that allegedly charged fees for 'protection' to the owners of bars, clubs, restaurants and other businesses where alcoholic beverages are sold.
Inside the SUV he was driving, were found five black caps that read 'Cartel Z' on the front, and on the side the flag of Mexico. Also in the vehicle were an AK-47 rifle type NORINCO brand, with its own ammunition clip supplied with 24 rounds of ammunition, 3 additional clips with 25 rounds of ammunition each. Also found was a suitcase with 20 packages wrapped in masking tape with what could be marijuana.
It was made available to the Federal Public Ministry of the Attorney General's Office.
His arrest was generated minutes after 22:30 hours while State Police personnel were on a tour of security and surveillance. As they patrolled along the highway from Acuña to Santa Eulalia, the authorities saw an Ford Edge SUV, white with plates FGG5321, Coahuila State, parked on the side of the road.
Realizing the presence of the elements of the state, the driver of the truck attempted to flee but was stopped immediately, so they proceeded to interview him and search his vehicle.
Personnel secured a Ford Edge vehicle, white with plates FGG5321, registered in the state of Coahuila.