Friday, May 30, 2014

CDS cell leader "El Rocky" arrested in Tijuana.

Borderland Beat


Tijuana.- Juan Valencia Caliz aka Jesus Ismael Gonzalez Larrañaga aka "El Pelos" or "El Rocky" was arrested yesterday by the Tijuana Security Coordination Group. "El Rocky" is identified as a member of the group led by Alfonzo Arzate Garcia aka "El Aquiles", Valencia Caliz had two arrest warrants against him for homicide and organized crime.

Alejandro Lares Valladares, Tijuana´s Public Safety Director, announced this afternoon that Valencia Caliz is responsible for the execution in past years of several people related to drug trafficking, his arrest was conducted by members of the Tijuana Municipal Police, State Public Safety Board and of the Mexican Army who are part of the Security Coordination Group.

"El Rocky" acknowledged "working" for "El Aquiles" and was translated to the Federal Attorney´s General Office under charges of illegal weapons possession and of crimes against health(drug possession).

According to Lares Valladares, intelligence reports helped to conclude "El Rocky" was in charge of the Sinaloa Cartel operations in Tijuana (on behalf of Alfonzo Arzate). His arrest is one of several conducted by the Coordination Group in past months.

According to the press report, yesterday at about 10:00 PM, members of the Coordination Group who were conducting a routine patrol received information about a suspect introducing weapons inside a vehicle parked in the corner of Blvd. Casa Blanca and Matomi.

When the agents arrived at the scene they arrested Valencia Caliz, 39, who was carrying a 9 mm handgun with 12 rounds in the magazine. When his vehicle was searched, the agents found a backpack and 3 bags containing 8 assault riffles, another handgun, 1 111 rounds, 29 magazines and a bulletproof vest.

4 packages containing crystal meth were also seized, giving a total weight of 9.5 pounds. After finding this, the Coordination Group ran a background check on him and found out he had an arrest warrant for murder and organized crime.

His other alias, Jesus Ismael Gonzalez Larrañaga also had an arrest warrant issued early this year for attempted murder.

Source: AFNTijuana

63 comments:

  1. Good job! No pay-and-go & no shoot-n-scoot.

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  2. All those weapons all that ammo and the chump didn't even put up a fight. Coward

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    1. So he's supposed to put up a fight knowing they will kill him? Yea im sure u would have killed them all.

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  3. gone, done , goodbye

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  4. Hmm, I havent seen an uzi for quite a while, that one is kind of unique, it has a really long barrel and I never saw one with a forward grip, I wonder wat that belgian submachine gun is like to fire?

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  5. nice Fn P90, it must be nice to have the ATF sell you weapons, no tax stamp for SBR nothing..

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  6. So much for sntichaloa in Baja ! Looks like AFO is back IMO !

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    1. So you telling us that afo/caf snitch on him? Because if you know how to read it says he got arrested!!! That is how you know cds owns and controls tijuana/bc!

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    2. ya mamasela alos de sinaloa wey te cres muy del cartel de sinaloa wey mejor ponte a jalar huevon

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  7. another hit to the cds ...so great to hear how the snitah cartel continues to go down...hahahaa,,,,heads up...damaso,,,he is going down soon....oh yeah,,where all you chapo lovers now!!!!!!hahahahah

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    1. So you telling us that afo/caf snitch on him? Because if you know how to read it says he got arrested!!! That is how you know cds owns and controls tijuana/bc!

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    2. We are tired of you bunch sons of bitches from sinaloa , leave our city in peace

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  8. All you people who say CDS is going down have no idea how the cartel is structured. Its not "one" team but a collection of families working together, all these people who have went down this year are disposable and might even be El Lic getting rid of bad blood.

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    1. Uhmm! I think all Narcos are bad blood, so hopefully they all end up behind bars!

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  9. No cambia nada...chess not checkers! Sinaloa as strong today as ever u think the desmadre that happens in mex can go on forever his replacement already running things take damaso take mayo take chapo have them all and the strongest oldest cartel will continue to thrive as el #1 who is out and running things like they should have been 100% chapo 1000% caro!

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    1. "take damaso take mayo take chapo have them all and the strongest oldest cartel will continue to thrive as el #1". The oldest cartel will thrive if they all get locked up. I think CDG, the OLDEST CARTEL, will be very happy if the get put away. -El Nemesis

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  10. I'm sick to death of there corridos.. n the lil punk damasio saying how badass he is. N sick of Gerardo Ortiz he ruined corridos

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    1. Gerardo Ortiz does corridos? I thought he just did garbage!

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  11. Its CDS infighting !

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  12. @ 3:04am, the uzi is unique, can't see it close enough to tell what the make really is. I am glad someone recognized that FN. Those guns are beautiful, and easy to shoot. However, in a cartel members hands they could be a nightmare. I believe that shoots the 5.7mm bullet which goes through most body armor, and causes a lot of destruction. Seeing those in the cartels hands is a scary sight to see.

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  13. guess what? AFO are alos Snitchaloa. so there is much snitchaloa for Baja for a while.

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  14. bring the CDS haters lmao , keep typing keyboard warriors thats all your good for

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  15. The CAF is so broke they allow everyone to work here. Hahahah. AFO is dead.

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  16. That soda in the desert cam looks like a mannequin, lol I bet. Like a life size mexican g.i joe doll

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  17. Cds will never go down its been in the drug bussiness for decades, it has hired thousands of people over the years around the country or world wide, this is just "borron i cuenta nueva"....just because they killed or captured a big boss does not mean its the end.. Osama its a perfect example , al qaeda its even stronger now... These cartels keep plan b,c,d....

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    1. These cartels are ruining a beautiful Mexico!

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  18. CDS still owns TJ and Juarez so keep hating while CDS is laughing at ya! jajaja

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    1. Cds doesn't run Juarez, Linea does.

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    2. @7:15 i bet your a troll who lives in canada.

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    3. Cds don't run Juarez no more. What an idiot. And soon Tijuana will go back to arellano. Cds is going to War among itself. Positions will be fought for and turfs

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  19. I have read some of your comments about tito. Damn.

    I know what is happening in Sonora is horrible. We all have the ability to be respectful. We can respect each other way more than that. Blows me away.


    ABK
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  20. The beginning of the end?

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  21. cds eastern part were they pay to operate it seems that there being remove rocky hes a cool guy i met him twice but afo it seems to be removing little by little cds people el alquiles is not that far from being arrested they been close to him 7 times ofcourrse some one tip him off thats why he doesnt stay in tijuana thats why ive always said it a matter of time before there removed with shooting a bullet but guys this is the funny part mayo people have been aperating pay taxes and not touch but look really at the situation chapo arrested and severely damaged and mayo or azul werent willing to take orders from chapos kids and his son in law i dont blame them old school vs young mentallity it funny same thing happen here in tijuana everyone thought the young boss el inge couldnt handle it but know after 8 yrs the afo made the right decision there stronger and alot more smarter and have the ability to set there rules keep there alliances even though there restructered and able to negotiate el alquiles days are numbered and mayo it seems there not even looking for him or caro guys do the math who benefit from chapo arrest think about it and theres youre snitch.

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    1. Serafin turned himself in,knowing things were gonna get dangerous after the news of vicente snitching.his dad ordered him too, mayo clearly had something to do with chapos capture.

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  22. carretero, is it true that there are one thousand guys to replace any cds fallen guys?
    anyways, i saw tito torbellino and some other great corrideros you tube viewers follow, like gerardo ortiz and el kommadre with millions of visitors, all the way to over 35 000 000, some of them; regardless of cartel or communist sect, i don't know if they cook the numbers pri style or what...
    mexican youtz really are something else...

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  23. READERS, I STILL HAD OVER 100 COMMENTS TODAY ABOUT TITO....
    IT MAXED OUT LONG AGO.....SORRY BUT EVEN I CAN'T POST

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  24. Parece que lo pusieron porque ni mordida querian, cops aren't so lucky. Historicamente la municipal pertenece al CAF o mas bien familias que siempre han trabajado en TJ, si haiga estado alineado no lo molestaban.

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  25. usually the idiots that say the cds is going down have a zeta/gang mentality of how a cartel is structured...

    yea the zetas got fucked be cuz they depended on a leader to function but not a cartel, sorry...

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  26. @ 3:04am, the uzi is unique, can't see it close enough to tell what the make really is. I am glad someone recognized that FN. Those guns are beautiful, and easy to shoot. However, in a cartel members hands they could be a nightmare. I believe that shoots the 5.7mm bullet which goes through most body armor, and causes a lot of destruction. Seeing those in the cartels hands is a scary sight to see.

    May 31, 2014 at 3:24 PM
    5.7mm? really? thats for liltte girls... where is the good ol soviet cuerno on 7.62 mm? thats real destruction there....

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  27. Aquiles afirmo ....que tengo el respaldo Gerardo Ortiz pinche corrido chingon

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  28. "I have read some of your comments about tito,We all have the ability to be respectful. We can respect each other way more than that. Blows me away"
    Its a Mexican thing,,this partisanship is taken to wholly ridiculous lengths...?

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  29. Chapo goal In Juarez accomplished... in Tijuana no not really....and no don't ask what was the goal find out your self. -CDS nuthugger

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    1. Was chapos goal to get arrested?

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    2. get ur head outta ur ass bro the only fronteras chapo owns are in Sonora..bt for how long more..chapo lost the war in tijuas and juaritozz

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    3. He did lose Tj truuuu there is no longer anny CDS in Baja.??? Okay your right.
      Since you know everything led me ask you this why did the people from the embassy get killed in Juarez awhile back? They were in a white car...

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    4. Honestly who gives a fuck if Chapo got arrested... if you haven't realised all the leaders for every cartel have went down so y you still stuck on chspo????? -CDS nuthuggerp

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  30. Ivan Archivaldo and Alfredo Guzman are hiding because they know that they are going to end up like tito torbellino.

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  31. This is better than T.VJune 2, 2014 at 12:31 AM

    Lets break this down this is my opinion..
    I see a lot of comments of people saying chino chapo all of them are snitching.. lets suppose its true wouldnt it just be common sense if you see bunch of your buddys going down you would use a lil of those millions in cash you have to move safehouses drop points houses etc..
    No I dont think its a coincidence a lot of CDS members are suddenly being arrested im just thinking that if those in jail are snitching that info would be useless scince I would imagine those still out would have changed phones and locations of possible places those arrested might know of...
    Bottom line is I think the people doing the snitching is someone still out of jail maybe to climb ranks or whatever the reason might be but its gotta be inside job

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  32. Lot's of people were saying AFO is gone but clearly it's not. CDS are still the most powerful in Tijuana but AFO must still have a large presence. Juarez doesn't seem to be controlled by one cartel but as said in an article before, there is an agreement at least for now. CDS has taken some big blows lately (Chapo, Chino Antrax, numerous lieutenants) but with Mayo, Azul and others still out there they can remain number one. In addition Rafa Caro Quintero must be active.

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    1. It seems that all people that ones worked with afo now works wit cds .thats the main reason why cds took over tj .since el teo did hes change to cds plenty of people followed .

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  33. 5:15 AM are one and the same guy 3:37 PM ,,,answering himself to start problems,feeling lonely el mil mascaras?

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    1. Do you expertz that are not in the military know how much it cost to be atwar for several years??? You people don't even know what's going on only cause of the internet you know... you guys think CDG is going down ? There not... go outside

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  34. Todos estos lambehuevos de los chaputas son puro pocho de California Arizona que oyendo corridos del movimiento cagado ya se creen chapos jajajaja aki en nectar lima mandaron a cien honbres segun y todos mamaron jajaj x lentos ustedes culones los invito a laredo tampzzz para partirles la madre como alas golfas metras jajajaja

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  35. i thought El Aquiles was already captured???? also wasnt tito the accordian player whos related to el chapo???

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    1. No thats the guy from Los Alegres del Barranco but those guys won't get killed because they sing for both CDS and BLO. Tito sang more for CDS

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  36. AFO has never lost, they r still as strong or even stronger than before, they just are more stealth and smarter, a lot of people over the years have come to tijuana and baja california assuring that they control specially c.d.s, but they all come and go and AFO never seems to disappear,....

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    1. Yes same story with you they are the invisible cartel that sell invisible drugs drive invisible cars and live in invisible houses nobody sees them hears about them or know of any but they are the strogest and powerfull because they ate the inbisible cartel lol

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  37. Mayo and cheapo were in disagreements, that's why everything went wrong with cheapo. Vicente snitching, Blo attacking mayo, anthrax and Torres and never attack chapo crew. Ivan archivaldo is to close to Tito aka hijo de tiger pintito hijo de mochomo there cousins. Mayo, had serafin get caught I believe to protect him from war. So obviously if Damaso snitch on chapo and bravo was set up and killed that means there was a war in cds and shit was going to get ugly. Cds no longer control Juarez or tj, cds is finishing in tj, Aquiles will be betrayed

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  38. México, DF.- Un cerebro financiero de los cárteles de Sinaloa y del Norte del Valle de Colombia, principal implicado en el caso de lavado de dinero del narcotráfico en la Casa de Cambio Puebla, goza de libertad en Miami, Florida tras llegar a un acuerdo con el Departamento de Justicia de Estados Unidos.

    Según información que publica el diario Reforma, Pedro Alfonso Alatorre Damy El Piri, fue detenido el 8 de noviembre de 2007 en su casa en Huixquilucan, Estado de México y encarcelado en el penal federal de Villa Aldama, Veracruz.

    Luego fue sujeto a un proceso de extradición y dos juicios penales por delitos que cometió en México.

    La Agencia Antidrogas de Estados Unidos (DEA) lo identificó como el personaje que manejaba una red financiera internacional que usaron los cárteles de Sinaloa y del Norte del Valle de Colombia para adquirir 12 aeronaves que transportaron 15 toneladas de cocaína.

    Alatorre Damy fue extraditado a Estados Unidos el 9 de noviembre de 2012 pero pronto selló un acuerdo con el Departamento de Justicia estadunidense, pues a cambio de declararse culpable de un solo delito (conspiración para lavar dinero), la justicia de aquel país le retiró 54 cargos federales por blanqueo de activos del narcotráfico.

    El 12 de abril de 2013 la Corte Federal lo condenó a 65 meses de prisión, sentencia que compurgó desde hace más de un año, detalla Reforma.

    El Piri quedó en libertad el 22 de abril de 2013 y a pesar de que existía una orden del juez para que fuera puesto a disposición del Servicio de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas (ICE) para ser deportado a México, el sujeto goza de libertad en Miami.

    En México, Alatorre Damy podría ser condenado a un mínimo de 20 de años de cárcel sólo por el delito de delincuencia organizada, que significa cuatro veces más que su condena en Estados Unidos.

    Presuntamente El Piri litiga ante tribunales migratorios su remoción o deportación a México.

    Alatorre tiene dos juicios pendientes en México por delincuencia organizada, lavado de dinero y delitos contra la salud en la modalidad de fomentar el narcotráfico.

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  39. Captura de ‘El Chapo’ detonó violencia en Sinaloa


    05/31/2014 - 05:20 PM




    Culiacán, Sinaloa - A raíz de la captura de Joaquín Guzmán Loera, El Chapo, la violencia en Sinaloa se recrudeció y los índices delictivos aumentaron, reconoció el gobernador de la entidad Mario López Valdez.

    “Nosotros esperábamos que la cosa fuera peor desde esa detención, sí se nos ha recrudecido, pero pronto queremos tomar el control de nuevo”, subrayó el mandatario estatal, según publica el diario Noroeste.

    Ayer en conferencia de prensa López Valdez explicó que la violencia en la entidad obedece a un reacomodo del cártel de Sinaloa tras la captura de El Chapo.

    “Teníamos prácticamente ocho meses que los cierres que teníamos en esos ocho meses eran de menos de 100 homicidios, cuando en el 2010 casi tuvimos ocho meses con más de 200, este mes vamos a rebasar la cifra de 100″, señaló.

    “Este mes en los últimos días se nos ha violentado un poquito el número de muertos, hemos tenido agresiones contra policías, hemos tenido agresiones contra militares, incluso muertos”, lamentó.

    Adelantó que la próxima semana sostendrá una reunión con el comisionado nacional de Seguridad, Monte Alejandro Rubido, para la estrategia de seguridad en el estado.

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  40. "Mayo and cheapo were in disagreements, that's why everything went wrong with cheapo. Vicente snitching, Blo attacking mayo, anthrax and Torres and never attack chapo crew. Ivan archivaldo is to close to Tito aka hijo de tiger pintito hijo de mochomo there cousins. Mayo, had serafin get caught I believe to protect him from war. So obviously if Damaso snitch on chapo and bravo was set up and killed that means there was a war in cds and shit was going to get ugly. Cds no longer control Juarez or tj, cds is finishing in tj, Aquiles will be betrayed"
    At least make sense it would be helpful.

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  41. To the people saying that Chapo wasn't important:
    He had a legendary presence and therefore when he went down it created an uncertainty within the cartel. On top of that you can't deny he was smart. He (along with others) made CDS into the most powerful cartel in the country and probably the world. It took many deaths and arrests and top lieutenants to get him and his capture has caused more lieutenants to fall.I'm not saying he was a good guy but to say that his arrest was not very influential and that he was just another capo going down is completely naive.

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