Monday, July 7, 2014

Armando Villareal's brother 'El Richie' arrested in Tijuana

Armando 'El Gordo' Villareal brother detained in Tijuana

One time revered CAF lieutenant and onetime confidant of Fernando Sanchez Arellano Inge, Armando Villareal's brother Ricardo Zemeno 'El Richie' Villareal was detained in Tijuana in a 2012 jeep Cherokee with a kilogram of heroin.  'El Richie' is 26 years old and a native of San Ysidro, the border community just across from Tijuana, in San Diego.  The older brothers went to Montgomery High in San Ysidro.

According to police reports, which are often too coincidental and convenient
to be believed in their entirety, Richie was traveling in Colonia Hippodermo, when he threw drugs from his vehicle, police pulled him over and discovered more in a plastic container on the seat, a common method of storing drugs in Tijuana.

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Richie's older brother had a brief but celebrated career in CAF, beginning in 2008, when he was one of the principal cells fighting for Inge, against El Teo.  His brother Arturo Villareal, (6-1) was one of the closet advisors to Javier Francisco Arellano Felix, both brothers received 30 year sentences in federal court, in 2006 and 2013.  

6-1 after arrest on 'Doc Holiday' boat
Armando was caught in Hermosillo, Sonora in July 2011, after being indicted in San Diego in a FBI led Cross Border Violent Task Force operation targeting a cell of his, and other CAF cell leaders operating in Tijuana, Southern San Digeo and Los Angeles.  He pled guilty to trafficking methamphetamine, kidnapping, murder and extortion, as part of a plea agreement with federal prosecutors.  His plea agreement came on the heels of Mario 'Unico' Escamilla, am Imperial Beach based CAF operator, trafficker, gang member, extortionist.  The crew moved meth and marijuana through San Ysidro POE using tractors, body cavity smuggling and cars.  

Armando Gordo Villareal DMV shot
The crews taxed other gang members and planned, participated, and carried out robberies, kidnappings, and attempted murders, all with several cooperating witnesses and undercover officers in their immediate circle. 43 people were indicted and arrested in July 2010.  Armando Villareal remained on the run until July of the following year, where he was overseeing and hijacking shipments of drugs from Culican, Sinaloa and Jalisco.  

Not much is known of his younger brothers Richie.  Doesn't appear he was a person of stature in any organziation. comments on AFN Tijuana claim he was a 'manguera', or hose, which is a term for narco wannabe.  Other comments claims he worked a regular job, and was not really involved in trafficking activities.  His arrest comes on the heels of the unexpected arrest of the ghost like disciple, heir apparent of the Arellano Felix family, Fernando Sanchez Arellano, last week in Tijuana.  With even the younger brothers of the fallen former bosses being arrested, the legacy continues to fade.

Sources AFN Tijuana, Siskiyou Kid on forum. 

33 comments:

  1. @ J

    whats up j been like 20yrs since you reported something buddy..good to have u back.

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  2. Os there ever going to be an end of cartel scumbags, it seems like there's and endless supply of cartel members! What the heck, just a never ending story!!! Is this the cool thing to do now in Mexico!

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    1. Its just a way of life get over it

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  3. I still blame the government for complicity! If the government cleaned house! This bullshit would not be happening to their own people!!! Maybe one day I can actually spend some time in Mexico without paying a bribe for doing nothing!

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    1. Dude i doubt anyone will be asking your brokeass for bribe!

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  4. What if Mayo zambada turned on chapo to get his son out of jail. Cause didn't he turned on macho p.

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    1. What a stupid comment,retard.

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  5. That's good Mexico is getting rid of these scumbags they're all pretty much kidnappers then they teach there kids how to be pieces of shits. Like them

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  6. Why are sinaloenses all proud of that shitty state it sucks its pure dirt dry ass desert poor as shit the only income it has is from drugs prostitutes and growing tomatoes and they all talk like retards. They call chocolate cocholate and say becho instead of besso I really think there all retards and the girls are bossy and bitches

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    1. My baby moms family r from culiacan. . N talk bout it like it's at the gates of heaven. . Like if the tacos from there r better then the ones here or something. . One time I got passed n said well if life there is so wonderful why r u guys here..truth is life there is garbage. A handful of guys get there bean bag kissed from all the locals.. n get crums... yes I'm Mexican but feed up with all this sinaloa bs.. n yes I've been there at least once a yr sometimes twice till this whole killing stuff started happening

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    2. Why u hating get over it

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    3. Then stop talking like that stop being a idiot! And stop buying drugs and getting protitutes you gonna catch something or overdose.

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    4. Eyyy I'm from Chihuahua and we're the ones with the accent. We replace the sound ch for sh. For example over here in Chihuahua we say Shihuahua. The Sinaloans are the ones the say plebe for everything.

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    5. Arriba Sinaloa cabrones!

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    6. If your so fed up of sinaloans do something about it and stop b.sing over the computer ignorant people these days hating on other states stop judging because first of all you ain't nobody to be judging only God can you babosos.

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    7. Go to Culiacan and tell them that ! Arriba Sinaloa y a mi lindo Culiacan

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    8. The entire state of Sinaloa really is a shit-hole.. Ive been there numerous times and still havent seen what all the 'sinaloa hype' is all about. Its a bunch of dry, hot land with skinny ass cows fighting for whatever little dry grass is available. The only reason most bigtimers are from their is because there REALLY isnt shit else for them to do! And the women are a bunch of golddigging bitchy ho's that think they are better than everyone else...kinda like paisa ass Salvadoreon people in L.A.

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    9. Ya mi wife is from guasave. I go down there every other month and its dry, hot and shitty. Right now its about 100 degrees. And the water shuts down alot. Even at night its freakin hot

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    10. Puro Tierra Blanca!!!!! What up with all the hate.? Sinaloa is hot and humid,but its not that bad. You get used to the weather if you live there. How come every Mexican state thinks their state is better.? Pure ignorance, and lack of class. Just be proud of your heritage and talk Shit on other Latin American countries...LOL

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  7. Lo agarraron en su casa los PEPos siempre ddixen la misma version

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  8. It's not the cool thing to do its the only thing to do. Oops sorry I forgot about kidnap, extort, rape and murder innocent people. So that makes fiive things to do in Mexico.

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  9. 10:50 you are right on blaming the government, they are always blaming "the corrupting influence of the cartels", while the cartels are just working for the government and very rich mexican and US businessmen...
    and that is the reason the poor producers and middlemen never can get out of the business, the big capos keep most of the money made, about 8% and the producers maybe 2%, guess who takes the lion's share?
    businessmen like mitt romney, who launder the money for a good percentage, and the right to invest on other countries the jobs offshored from the US...

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  10. Finding a kilo on these supposed big shots smells fishy. The people making the real money don't need the risk. It's not much different than lower-level dealers not wanting to handle a lot of weight, it's not worth the risk. These people aren't all as dumb as you might think. The dumb ones do the dirty work, or become police or military, unless you're family, in which case they limit responsibility based on ability just like any crime family. As long as there is money to be made, the job will be done.

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    1. High on their own supply , idiot these bosses feed halcones and enforcers with this

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    2. Dude, I know this one guy who moves good weight, probably 2-500 lbs every week or so, and he goes and picks it up himself just to not pay..so yeah its possible that it was his.

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  11. I posted about Mario Escamill's sentence and an article about seizures in So Cal but that was in January and August. I'm going to try to hold it down, on my side of things.

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  12. @5:48 ARRIBAAA! pero de un burro flaco, to say the truth, the most hungriest narcos may come from sinaloa, and they must be hungriest for a reason, there is not much on sinaloa to eat... however, everybody from all other states have been learning about how to feed their hungers too, from chiapas to north bc, to tamps to yucatan, and specially the most gandallas of all mexicans, los chilangos, who will leave their own grandmas without food even if there is no need, chilango greed is the worst in all the world...

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  13. What's up with all these guys having large possessions of heroin or meth? Cruising around town

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    1. Im thinking they carry that to bribe instead if just cash they use drugs the same way just incase?

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  14. the police are very receptive and will take anything for a bribe, who do you think coined the eternal and full of wisdom expression:
    "GAS, GRASS OR ASS"? the police, that is who, and i'd bet it was gringo police because it is in english...

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  15. Hasta yo que soy chapito me ciento securado en prison

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