Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Tijuana: Gunmen storm house on Sanchez Taboada

Gunmen attack three in Sanchez Taboada

Around 2:00 P.M Tuesday, three men in an SUV pulled up in front of the house in Sanchez Tadoba, ran into the house, and fired upon the occupants.  Two women emerged, shortly after the gunmen left, bloodied and injured, and asking for medical assistance.  

All three, including a man, assumed to be seriously injured, were taken to a local hospital.  Authorities in the area, surged, but no one was taken into custody, nor any trace of the assailants found. 

The injured male was identified today as Antonio Vasquez Adan Arellano, 23.  Vasquez Arellano was considered one of the major retail drug dealers in the area, and had allegedly received threats in the previous months for selling the area.  The women injured in the attack were his sisters.


Jose Vasquez Arellano has a criminal history, and two current arrest warrants, one at the Federal level fro drug trafficking, and others for robbery, burglary, and other similar crimes.  He has been repeatedly arrested, giving false names to the officers, according to the prosecutors office. Comments on AFN Tijuana make reference Vasquez Arellano and drug use, which are likely close to true, as many involved in street level retail meth trafficking are users or addicts themselves. 

Crimes and incidents like this persist in Tijuana, as increasingly murky criminal groups with shifting alliances attempt to control, reclaim, and protect the valuable retail drug outlets all across the city.  Tienditas selling crystal and heroin average around 10,000 a day in gross sales, with the product usually coming from Sinaloa, Guadalajara labs, or locally produced cut, then sold in small doses, for massive profits.

Sources: AFN Tijuana
  


17 comments:

  1. Too bad they didn't suceed in killing this POS, as well as the sisters. POS greedy sisters, they HAD TO KNOW where all the money was coming from, but as long as things are "cool" they didn't care, they kept on shielding and assisting and hiding him. All of them "almost" got what they deserve.

    But fear not friends, if they stay in TJ they will eventually get found again, and next time they won't be so lucky.

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  2. Any relation to Arellano-Felix cartel or Family???

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  3. Let them all kill themselves bunch of low lives.

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  4. Time for his family to use resources like the cartels. Put him out and hang signs from bridges with his name and new address.

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  5. The way some people comment about the US being addicted. With those figures estimated in sales a day, if pertaining to Mexico, sounds like there are just as many addicts there. After all he is a local drug dealer.

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    1. it's because all the americans go party in TJ for the weekend.

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    2. So it would seem.

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    3. Actually, Americans who go to party to border towns seems a pretty accurate question. I currently live in California, but have lived in Guadalajara, Aguascalientes and Leon within the past 5 years and I can tell you this drug consumption in these cities is very low compared to border town and specially US cities. This is why the retail market in cities such as Los Cabos, Mazatlan, Acapulco, Cancun, Tijuana, Puerto Vallarta, Manzanillo, Veracruz, Ciudad Juarez, Nuevo Laredo, Matamoros, Nogales, Mexicali and Reynosa are so important to organized crime. Foreign tourism bring along a lot of good things, but some negatives ones as well, such as an increase in demand in the local retail drug market.

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  6. Maybe 10000 pesos by the look on his wardrobe.

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  7. Maybe it's time to find a new job. Maybe an honest hardworking job!

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  8. The mexican pushers get paid with ''product'' and they have to eat it or sell it, in mexico, to mexican or whoever, just to make the payments to the different police and army extorting them, you get shot for not paying, and you get kidanpped and disappeared by the competitors, but the mexican government wants its plaza paid for...
    --On the US, you work and work until the police finds out where the money is, a lot of it, then they get on to it, in dollars, no pesos...

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    1. The mexican pushers get paid with ''product''
      Tell us something we didnt know,you are the expert on everything mills.
      Callate we..Este tio no para de joder a la gente,,will you mils chica?
      This guys luck is gonna run out,2 warrants,threats,sellin without permission..

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  9. Who would have thought we had so many knowledgeable people about the drug trade?
    Who would have thought we had so many law abiding upstanding citizens commenting here"they sold drugs,so kill them"The same drugs that mofuckas here smoke?Them drugs?Or isn't mota in the same class anymore cause politicians said so?Of course no one here has taken any drug at all.They sold drugs so kill them,,where do you people live?In a fuckin green field?"a hardworking job"What the fuck would you know about it?Oh yeah its easy money i forgot,the money just falls into your hands,its so easy,you all know that..
    Cállate,,, hablas mierda

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    1. @ 8:12 You don't gotta be a dope dealer to know stuff. Did you know that?.. imbecilote!

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  10. Everyone knows that here in the US anyone can sell weed coke and meth. You wanna make a little bit of extra money? You can. Cops won't bother you until you start coming up or you're just a dumbass and get caught accidentally. A dealer here will never last a month as a dealer in Mexico.

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  11. Too much fascinaton with the mexican dope dealers, not enough fascination with the police who extort them, and even less fascination with the real consumers, the ones who do it 24/7 and spend billions of dollars on their drug addictions on the US, not the occasional weekenders; that gets the silent treatment, amerikkkan law enforcement does not act until the overtime is in and they know where all the money is...

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  12. Sanchez ttaboada a lot of young kids who believe in the fantasy of the corridos. Unfortunately you got 16 years old kids killing each other it's kind of like the young gangsters in the USA who at the end don't really know why the kill. Actually a lot of parts of tijuana are like that.

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