Thursday, December 5, 2013

Mexican Fugitive Wanted for Massacre of City Officials Arrested in Sacramento

Borderland Beat
More than 13 years ago, Genaro Olaguez-Rendon moved with his four children to the Sacramento area from his home state of Sinaloa, Mexico.
In the years since, the 53-year-old Mexican citizen carved out a quiet life working as a landscaper, attending church and eventually settling into a cramped, two-bedroom rental home in North Sacramento, where he drew little attention to himself...
Until Tuesday.

Just after 3 p.m., a fugitive task force led by U.S. marshals confronted Olaguez-Rendon in his driveway and arrested him in connection with the May 2, 2000, massacre of eight municipal officials in the Mexican state of Sinaloa, as well as unrelated marijuana cultivation charges out of San Joaquin County.
The arrest came three months after Mexican officials approached U.S. authorities looking for help in finding Olaguez-Rendon, who apparently had blended seamlessly into everyday life in Sacramento, right down to the lighted reindeer and candy canes that adorned the front lawn of his home Wednesday.
Son was stunned at the news his father was wanted for a mass murder, he was only 5 when the family fled to California
Even his oldest son, 18-year-old Jair Olaguez, expressed bewilderment at the fact that his father had been arrested, much less implicated in an attack that allegedly involved assault-style weapons and killed a city commissioner and seven other city officials and wounded four others.
“He killed what?” his son asked when approached by a reporter at the family home on Grove Avenue on Wednesday. “No, I think they got the wrong person. He didn’t kill no one.”
The U.S. Marshalls Service listed the suspect by the name Genaro Olaguez, but he was booked into the Sacramento County jail under the name Olaguez-Rendon, then transferred to San Joaquin County, where he was being held without bail in connection with charges of cultivating marijuana, possessing a firearm and theft of utility services.
 
That case apparently stems from a raid earlier this year on six marijuana grow houses in Stockton linked to Olaguez-Rendon, according to a January report in The Record.
It was unclear Wednesday how Olaguez-Rendon could have faced charges for 11 months without being tied to the case in Sinaloa. He is scheduled to appear in court in Stockton this afternoon on the marijuana charges, but he also is expected to face deportation to Mexico in the Sinaloa case, authorities said.
Olaguez-Rendon had been under surveillance by the task force and offered no resistance when approached Tuesday, said Deputy Frank Newsom of the U.S. Marshals Service in Sacramento.
He initially presented a phony identification card, but agents were having none of it, Newsom said.
“He’s been here for a very long time, and especially for an individual on the run that long you assume he’s gotten comfortable with those new identification documents,” Newsom said. “But we don’t stop looking for you.
“We’ll look until a body is found or until they turn the age of 100.”
The suspect’s son said he knew nothing about fake identity papers and that his father had lived in the Sacramento area under his own name.
“I think they’ve got wrong information or something,” he said. “The whole time he was using his own name for everything.”
 
U.S. officials had little information about the incident in Mexico, saying in a statement that the suspect “used heavy weapons to massacre a commissioner and seven other city officials in Sinaloa, Mexico,” and that the Mexican government sought help in locating him after he fled to this country.
Numerous reports have concluded that the violence has spilled over into the United States as feuding drug lords stake out their territory.
“Many Los Angeles-based Sinaloa cartel members use local gang members to assist in or commit kidnappings, acquire or sell drugs, and collect drug proceeds,” one Department of Homeland Security report stated.
Sacramento Bee-Record Net-Informador

46 comments:

  1. This is not mexico we have justice here one way or the other. Im only now starting to see progress with mexicans arming themselves and creating defense groups.

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    1. This is mexico it was stolen but now there's so many mexicans its like its ours again but with annoying white people

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    2. Just put it this way,if it was still Mexico,it would be all messed up like Mexico is right now.So I would rather let it be the way it is here,than having it like mexico..and this coming from a Mexicano.

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    3. To 10:44am.

      Cool Story bro... and leprechauns are real too.

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    4. @10:44 a.m youre an idiot!! Move your racist ass to mexico then if u like it so well with all the nonsense going on down there.before u start on your white ppl rant i am a native american(yes theres still some of us left)

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    5. Return mexico to the indians whom you stole the land from you racist fuck.

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    6. 2:42 there are many more Mexicans than leprechauns all over the whole US,and that is that truth,ugly or not,like it or not.
      @9:17 nobody has to return nothing,it is getting done mighty handily,the old fashioned way,take it and own it...

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  2. Going under the radar doesn't mean you have turned away from your criminal instincts as shown in this case study.

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    1. 4:23 did the north american Indians give money to Ralph Reed, Jack abramoff and other lobbyist to fund their gambling operations in China?
      Are the Koch brothers stealing oil from the Indians? HAW! DON'T TRUST THE WHITE MAN TOO MUCH,GERONIMO...
      9:17 don't ask the pale faces for anything,just keep taking it all back,their cries of ugliness will bless their trail of tears, for what is left of us...

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    2. 12:40 the other lobbyist robbing the Indian nations would be Goproud, islamofacista homo,GROVER NORWQUIST?
      all these crooks connected to "Moses"...
      Who is Karl rove,the fox news contributor that appears carrying his white boards markered-in wisdom? W sure was surrounded by crooks...

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  3. "U.S. officials had little information about the incident in Mexico"
    You can't just arrest someone just because someone asks you to. What ever happened to due process and innocent until proven guilty? So law enforcement can just arrest anybody on what ever charges they come up with and don't have to prove anything and nobody can do anything about it. Welcome to America the Totalitarian Democracy.

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    1. Read the story Einstein... he got charged with marijuana cultivating.

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    2. You did read the part where he was arrested and due in court to be charged for marijuana charges....right ?

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    3. He was wanted in marijuana cultivation and sale of marijuana. That's y the were able to grab him. They were watching him for awhile so it wasn't like they just pounced on him cuz mexico said to

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    4. 9:51 n o w they are loud-reading it for you slowly too,BB's kindergarten teachers are great!

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  4. Why show the son's picture and the family name, not sure that was a smart move on the part of the Sacramento Bee... That wasn't very long ago and if there are some still angry relatives they could easily find them now to exact justice... Or if the hit was part of a larger battle and the cops were corrupt then that would make it even more likely that someone who remembers this, or was related, (not every day back in 2000 in Mexico that 8 city officials get murdered, maybe closer to that now but still not a regular occurance, even in the worst parts of the country) with the ways and means to do so could make it up to Sac and make his family pay for the old guy's sins... South Sacramento is not Tamaulipas, Sinaloa, or Michoacan, but not exactly a friendly place either... Wouldn't be like trying to do it in Brentwood or Beverly Hills...

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  5. Hundreds of thousands,if not millions of Mexican nationals commiting major crimes in Mexico then coming to the USA to blend in and live a low key life..very scary....when all this war in Mexico is over,what do u think all those crooked cops who killed,extorted,and worked for the cartels are gonna do,they're coming to the US and live a life like they neverdid anything in their lives.

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    1. 10:52
      What about all Americans that murdered, raped and even the child molestors that have gone to Mexico and other countries to hide out, Oh but how could that be Americans are all so honest and rightous!
      Not all of our people that come here are or where criminals.

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    2. 10% of people are the cause of 90% of the problems, and knowing the problem is 90% of the solution,a great American author proposition.
      Just fixing 10% of the problematic 10% would get the wheels rolling...
      Do you have any candidates???

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  6. for 10;58
    calm your ass down, most of us are hardworking, honest people, we are happy when bad peoples are locked up, no matter what country.

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    1. Who's 10;58,idiota..?I'm a hard working mexicano also,but like I said,all those criminals that call themselves cops down in mexico are gonna have to leave,cause once the people start fighting back,they're not gonna be to happy with them,and they will come to the US.

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  7. Thats whats wrong damn Gringos, they the problem with Mexico. I if they let the poor people in, everything would nbe ok

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    1. 11:17am Gringos always getting blame for Mexico's problems. Hey Juan why let the poor people in? Fix your damn country! Maybe then, they won't be any poor people.

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  8. Sorry the war is never over, the leaders make too much $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

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  9. What did the comment @ 10:58 say ?

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  10. lol thats my neighbor

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  11. Just read these comments . Can people imagine if these articles on BB were on the mainstream media? It would cause paranoia ,maybe more racism in communities and fear of who might or might not have committed atrocities.

    That's why the war is a " Silent" war.

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    1. Now this is a good comment. I never though about it. But yes it will be worst with racism and all that.

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  12. What is 3:38 talking about? The Sacramento Bee is a huge regional paper with a circulation in the hundreds of thousands... Not exactly a "silent" event...

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  13. So if his son was brought here illegally when his father fled, why wasn't the he deported as well, or was he?

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  14. Chivaaa! I grew up reading Selections of the Readers'Digest,in Spanish and English,it was nice to have that, now we have BB,and it sure helps to be informed,never mind your detractors,they are mostly all good for nothings...

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  15. Cartel members are here in the usa but have a low key life wow I wounder if my neighbor is a member because he is mexican and has nice things but don't work

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  16. The irony of this arrest is not lost on me where in Mexico the vast majority of murders go unprosecuted, but knock off a state official or other well to do person, and the mexican government turns over the earth looking for the suspect.

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  17. Somebody should give this motherfucker a medal if he massacred Mexican government officials.... Corrupt bastards. That should come with a 5 million dollar reward and keys to a new truck or something.

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  18. Time to pay for his crimes.

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  19. Mexico? Yes, when it was OWNED by Spain. And, er um, they stole it from the Indigenous people. (Apache, Utes, Navajo, etc) So no it doesn't belong to "Mexico" and it never has. Stop the madness! If you speak Spanish you got conquered by White Europeans too. THEY expanded their territory, no different from the French or English of those times. Besides, if it was part of Mexico, the people would be fleeing from it to wherever the next Country's border would be. No different from this culo who wanted to live a PEACEFUL life after creating chaos & committing murder in Mexico.

    Good job US Marshalls ... boot his arse back to face murder charges.

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    1. Mexican government officials get killed in Mexico because they are Muy hijos de la chingada,let's see why he,Genaro vasquez Rendon did his thing...

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  20. I wonder if my white neighbor is a cartel member he self cos he dnt work either and he gots nice things too!!!

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    1. No he's probably retired...you know...well maybe you dont but its the reward tjat comes from rom working all your life. Dumbass

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  21. Good job for the law enforcement of Mexico and the US. Keep up the good work. Track 'em all down.

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    1. Terrible job law enforcement of Mexico, give this guy a medal for helping get rid of crooked government officials like that idiot moreira

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    2. 3:11 "Bert" moreira is in Spain,studying how to fuck up Mexico a bit more for sure.
      Spain,a country going bankrupt all over,that his enterprising magnates cheat from billions of euros every year,a country with no oil,or oil expertise,bribing Latin American countries to get control of the people's resources,Spain where it is against the law to testify about your dirty dealings,where prostitutes walk the streets butt naked and their pimps are untouchable.
      Yes,"Bert" is studying there,how to fuck up Mexico some more,with impunity and finesse...let's don't let "Bert" fade away!

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  22. jajaja @ December 6, 2013 at 10:44 AM acuerdo

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  23. Genetics prove that we all come from Africa,but the arian nations came back in a u turn into Europe,the cromagnon quickly took to them because of the kamasutra,and extincted themselves for their weaknesses of the flesh.
    The arian nations came to the US looking for salvation and promptly fell for the Indians,the lost branch FROM INDIA,now we are all mixed up,but the Indians are becoming more and more,the sons of the cromagnon,the arian nations lose again,their spurious purity,the evil Mexican that invented TV for them was part of a goddamn good conspiracy,now the arian nations can't produce enough babies to keep up,and they won't. Har, har,har and har!!! Whoo! Whoo! Whoo!

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  24. I remember that day bullets would hit the ground so close to me ihad dirt in my clothe

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