Friday, January 23, 2015

Member of Los Cabrera Arrested/Banner Threatens Police Associated with Them


 Bocanegra Llanes Arrested

On Tuesday, January 20, the National Commission of Security (CNS) announced that the Federal Police had arrested Pedro Eduardo Bocanegra Llanes in Gómez Palacio, Durango, a city in the Comarca Lagunera (a metropolitan region which also includes Ciudad Lerdo, as well as eight other municipalities of Durango and five municipalities in neighboring Coahuila, including Torreón). 

Bocanegra Llanes was driving a gray 2009 Dodge Nitro SUV on Miguel Alemán boulevard in Gómez Palacio and was noticed by the Federal Police as he was driving above the speed limit.  Ignoring orders to pull over, he attempted to escape, but was stopped on Praga street of the El Campestre colonia when other police vehicles managed to completely block off the route.

Upon his capture, he offered the officers his vehicle and 50,000 pesos in exchange for being let go.  An AK-47, an ammunition clip, 10 rounds of ammunition, two bullet proof vests, and 25 bags of marijuana were confiscated during his arrest.

Officials describe him as a member of Los Cabarera: "leader of hitmen of the criminal organization, as well as serving as the person responsible for the plaza in Gómez Palacio".




Banner Threatens Police Associated with Los Cabrera
 
That same day, a picture of a banner allegedly hung in the Campo Nuevo colonia of Torreón, Coahuila began circulating online.  It reads:
Like "El Negro" we will continue to knock down police that work for Los Cabreras for you "Eclipse" we already known that you no longer work.  But we will search to kill you.  Also for "El Gloria" and those that cooperate with those idiots.
Sincerely: "Nueva Generacion" People of "El 1"


  A Brief History of Los Cabrera

Los Cabrera is a cell of the Sinaloa Cartel, formed under the leadership of the Cabrera Sarabia family, initially operating in the sierra of Durango.  In March 2011 they began waging a war for control of Durango against Los Ms, a cell of the Sinaloa Cartel lead by the Núñez Meza family, which was rumored to have gone rogue and associated itself with the Juárez Cartel. 

In January 2013 a video showing the interrogation of Julieta Calvillo González, identified as an agent of the Public Ministry of the State Direction of Investigation (DEI) of Durango, surfaced (her body and two other individuals were found mutilated at a gas station in Gómez Palacio on January 12).  She claimed that information obtained by torturing arrestees in the city of Durango was being passed along to Los Cabrera, who she described as "people of El Mayo Zambada" who had bought the plaza from the governor, Jorge Herrera Caldera (his six year term began in September 2010).

Later that month Proceso reported a cell of the Sinaloa Cartel known as Los Dannys was being "fenced in" Gómez Palacio, where they had control of the municipal police and the local prison, and Lerdo to prevent them from "contaminating" the rest of Durango (an English translation appeared on Borderland Beat, entitled "Police Agencies in La Laguna support El Chapo").  It was said in the article that "Los Cabrera, of the Sinaloa Cartel, who dominate the rest of the state of Durango, do not like Los Dannys".  

In the following months, Los Dannys increasingly distanced themselves from the Sinaloa Cartel as a whole and dubbed themselves the Poniente Cartel.  With the arrest of their leader Daniel Garcia Ávila on April 19 (reported by Borderland Beat), the organization was severely weakened.

On July 13, 2013, Proceso reported that 70% of the Poniente Cartel had been dismantlement, which would allow Los Cabrera to consolidate control in the Comarca Lagunera.  Since then, there has been occasional reports of members of the Poniente Cartel being arrested (such as their alleged leader, Griselda Romero Soto, alias "La Licenciada", on March 20, 2014), though it appears they are a shell of their former self.

While little has been reported with regards to Los Cabrera, the fact that Bocanegra Llanes was described as being responsible for the plaza of Gómez Palacio seems to indicate that they are now the dominant organization in the Comarca Lagunera.  However, the recent banner shows that there continues to be resistance to their consolidation of power.  Unfortunately, it is currently unclear if  "Nueva Generacion/gente del 1" should be identified with the Poniente Cartel or some other organization.



Sources: 
Cae líder de grupo criminal en Gómez Palacio 
Ligan en video al gobernador de Durango con ‘El Mayo’ 
La Laguna: corporaciones policiacas apoyan al “Chapo” 
La Laguna: la PF limpia el camino para “El Chapo”
Detienen a líder del Cártel del Poniente en Torreón

38 comments:

  1. Looks like he's zoned out on some meth or just took a hit off his crack pipe before he got busted. What a loser, should have been laid out like a rabid dog on site.

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    1. He's not zone out. All those idiots look this way when caught. This is a result of not being able to sleep at night, always looking over your shoulder and having to move from place to place with no real home. All that ends now, and he will get a real home REAL soon. lol

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    2. Is he a good person no, but he is a sicario, a shot caller. He has lived a life and rolled with a crew that you would be eaten alive in 5 seconds. Hatred is fine but I would love seeing you call this guy a scumbag to his face? Oye ye! La mafia nunca olvida

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    3. There cowards and of course no average person would say it to their face. Your right. You know why? They are all druged up with about 5 or more junkies/sicarios with guns. In michoacan they even the odds because they made up the autodefenzas and the average citizen there does tell these cowards to their face. Pendejo!

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    4. @9:31 these guys are cowards, pure cowards. Has no balls without a gang and machinegun, probably not even then. Just a sick demented monster who no doubt not many fear at all. 50000 pesos and 10 rounds? Sounds like the little rascals and alfalfa. Scumbag fuck he is at that.

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    5. Not defending him at all. But looks like his eyes are squinting from a flood light on his face and it looks to be at night.

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    6. I do not talk to rabid dogs i just put them down. No talking to this dog just a bullet would solve this problem.

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  2. That's good. Keep snitching and killing each Other but at the end, both sides lose. Mensos!

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  3. LOL!!! Big bad narco killer. Offering a measly 3400 USD for being let go what a bottom feeder and an AK with only 10 rounds!! 25 nickle bags!?!?! Sounds more like a junkie. Hahaha. Low level street walking hood LOSER!

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    1. A marijuana junkie?? Lol where do these people come from Chivis?

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    2. Serio, these anonymous people all talking smack behind their computers. He bribed these officers because it has worked in the past. I myself got out of being arrested in guadlajara by given officers 7000 pesos.

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    3. the bigger the dog the bigger the mordida, you bribed them with close to 700 dollars, small dog bribing small dogs, al rato te cae un perrote, lol

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    4. Omg 7000 Pesos which would be a total 477 u.s dollars are you a drug Lord??

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    5. what u do pay off a no parking zone tix 9:33. this guy is 100% low level street hood, nothing more. do u think for 1 minute this is all they are going to ask for some $450? i think you were double parked and that was ur fine only but come on 7,000 peso's ur charge had to have been minor. public intox or a parking violation.

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    6. Yep. Looks like a stoned wasted coke head I agree on that point. But how does @7:20PM come off saying marijuana junkie? I don't see that I see all these wannabe gangsters hopped up on heavy duty narcotics but who said marijuana junkie but @7:20PM. Wish people would read between the lines on some of these comments even I can decipher he's so high narcotics and no one said mari-junkie. Ouch, the internet blogger police are out and about, probably posting from a public library under Dr. Ben Dover. And I have to laugh my ass off at @9:33PM, what the heck is 7K Mex P worth? Nada frigging thing so that person must have ran a redlight and the transit police needed some burgers from McDonald's. These thugs who are real carry 10's of thousands, hundreds of thousands and possibly a million bucks to bribe out. Not pocket change like this loser did. This is a bottom feeder - low level. Didn't even have a new SUV but an '09. The real thugs are running 2013 or better. You can see he really is a no one - no bodyguards, no convoy, no people with him. Probably huffing glue somewhere. Oh, @6:00PM I believe the current conversion rate would be about $477.00 bucks. But you are right - measly. Just want to make an open comment too about everyone stating for example...."these anonymous people all talking smack behind their computers" but look how these naysayers post - ANONYMOUS. Such hypocrites IMO.

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    7. " LOL!!! Big bad narco killer. Offering a measly 3400 USD for being let go,Low level street walking hood LOSER! "

      Just by your words you can tell you haven't got a clue.The ones who don't talk shit are the ones who know the score.This guy would make you cry like a little girl,and i bet them bags he was carrying fly all day.

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    8. 2:13 is says 50,000 pesos learn to read the article

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    9. 2:19 let me help you out. 2:13 was addressing a comment by 9:33. Funny how everyone tries to attack one another about reading, yet they themselves obviously didn't.

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  4. He is such Loser

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  5. Los Dannys were not mickey mouse,didnt they use mantas to heat places up,Zetas in Coahuila ..They were being squeezed out by Cabrera under CDS backing.Didnt skinny Salgueiro help the Cabreras..
    Los Dannys stopped a lot of Zetas at one time,Los Dannys were green lighted to be taken out.What about Salas Valenciano family after Gabino got fucked?
    Its not Gente Nueva faction of Los Ms is it ?

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  6. All this back and forth , bouncing all over the place cartel alliance crap. Yet no one likes anyone, nor can they trust one another. If it wasn't for all the crimes committed on innocent people, I'd say let them go. They would eventually kill each other until one man is standing. Better yet I say for every good citizen put a dollar in a pot with all the other good citizens, buy an island with all that money, leave Mexico and leave only the cartels and the corrupt government there. See how long that place would last.

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  7. More than sorry broke ass cholos

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  8. does any body know who's in charge in santiago papasquiaro dgo?

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    1. Gente del chapo, los mayitos, los coroneles etc CDS

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  9. El 1 from GN is also known as R-5... Does that mean he is still alive???

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  10. Honest question how did these groups knock the Z's out of Torreon if the Z have Coahuila on lock? Or are there still Z's in Torreon?

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    1. That's what I was thinking. Zetas are way deep in cauhila. There's no way cds can take the z out in their turf. Maybe in their fake corridos. Lol

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  11. 9:25 Los Bondadosos are in charge of santiago papasquiaro dgo...

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  12. Slimeball drug addict! Probably living in a tent and sleeping bag 7000 MX won't get a weeks stay in Motel 6.

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  13. crackhead loser fuck, Needs to be buried alive in a pit.

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  14. Maybe he's trying to give the cameraman his bedroom eyes, and seduce him so he can let him escape, since his money was no good? Anything possible!

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    1. 7:51 PM
      "Maybe he's trying to give the cameraman his bedroom eyes"
      Ahhahaahheeeewww

      Is it working on you?Go tell it to his face dude,dont keep that inside?

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    2. Tell him to his face? Why so he can be like all the rest of these criminal coward scum bags that hide behind a gun, and kill innocent people! That's what our law enforcement is supposed to be there for to protect the innocent!

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    3. Go tell him to his face? What are you, in elementary school?

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    4. "Go tell him to his face? What are you, in elementary school?"

      I dont know dude.It makes as much sense as assholes like you ranting about what they would do or say to him?Don't you think?

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  15. They cannot even contemplate the kind of violence these guys are capable of..
    We all know you would say shit and probably run a mile from any kind of conflict that could get violent.Where are all you bad ass guys in the real world?

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  16. $7 000.00 pesos is a about twenty weeks of minimum salaries, in mexico those who do not want to pay are gone, but what do you know??

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