Tuesday, June 2, 2015

The fall of "El Grande"

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Zetatijuana BCS Report and Video from Youtube.

[ Subject Matter: El Grande, BCS, Sinaloa Cartel, Los Pepillos
Recommendation: see link to his arrest article]

The afternoon of Thursday the 28th of May, Cruz Alonso Lozoya Uriate "El Grande" was detained after he initiated a gun battle with Agents of the PEP, Ministerial Police, Mexican Army and the Marines in La Paz


Reporter: ZETA Investigations and Cortesia

The afternoon of Thursday the 28th of May, Cruz Alonso Lozoya Uriate "El Grande" was detained after initiated a gun battle with Agents of the PEP, Ministerial Police, Mexican Army and the Marines in La Paz.

Around 18:30 pm, the Boss of Sicarios was circulating aboard a Chevrolet Suburban, colored white, plates CZN2016 of the State of BCS, with five accomplices.

They were patrolling around the Boulevard Pino Payas in the Fraccionamiento Villas del Encanto en La Paz, when they were spotted by elements of the State Preventative Police (PEP) Patrol 0775, who recognised the Boss of Sicario's and intended to intercept him, but when the officials marked the vehicle to stop, it didn't. The occupants of the vehicle then launched a grenade at the Police unit wounding one of the officers.




The criminals tried to flee, but the Police unit had called for support, 500 metres further, near the restaurant El Vado, they were intercepted by another unit, at this point the Suburban received five rounds fired into the drivers door, which was occupied by "El Grande".


At this point Lozoya Uriate and his five Sicarios got out of their vehicle with four rifles and three pistols. They decided to enter the restaurant mentioned that was full of diners, they didn't stay on the inside, they left the building at the rear, where they were met with diverse forces of Public Security, and a gun battle ensued that, according to testimony, lasted more than an hour.

(Otis: props to Think Tank from BB forum for this video)



At the end of the confrontation there were two Sicarios dead, two detained and one injured, that happened to be Luis Alonso Lozoya Uriate "El Grande", who presented two bullet impact wounds in his chest. The leader of the hit men was transferred to General Salvatierra Hospital, at the close of this edition, "El Grande" was in strong Police custody and his state of health is unknown.

The fifth accomplice, managed to escape the fire fight zone. From the criminals the Police managed to secure four rifles, including an AR15, three 9mm pistols, magazines, bullet proof jackets, and radios with the Municipal and State Preventative Police frequencies.

In the gun battle, one Agent was injured, the camera man from Canal 10, Adolfo Lucero, who was working covering the incident at the restaurant, suffered a heart attack when he saw the criminals running from the restaurant. He later died.

Many residents of La Paz were also affected as the Public Security Forces, put in a 10 block cordon around El Vado, for more than three hours.

According to the last crime map, elaborated Authorities Military and Federal, Cruz Alonso Lozoya Uriate "El Grande" was identified as head of Sicarios for Jose Francisco Ojeda Torres "El Pepillo", previous to this, he was a member of a cell headed by "Los Damaso", but when these were divided, he stayed with Ojeda and confronted his previous colleagues in the criminal cell "Los 28", led criminally by the brothers, Jorge, Felipe Eduardo and Carlos Guajardo Garcia.

There exists two detention orders against "El Grande" in Sinaloa and five more in Baja California Sur. In the middle of November 2014, ZETA published a report where we revealed that "El Grande" was the first objective of State Authorities, Federal and Armed Forces in La Paz (Otis: now named No Paz, by an anonymous commenter), who according to testimony and ballistic evidence from experts that work for the PGJE, had been identified as the principal responsible for kidnapping, torture, executions, burning people, decapitations and gun battles.

According to the criminal profile of "El Grande", elaborate the State Authorities, they consider him " extremely violent, hostile, dangerous, unstable and superficial and uses violence as a means for pressure or action.

The Sicario is originally from Culiacan, Sinaloa, born on the 3rd of May 1993, in his 22 years, first located in a recent crime map by Authorities Military and Federal as operations arm of Ranulfo Lopez Portillo "El Ranufo", Alejandro Sanchez Trejo "El Frane", Vidal Martinez Barraza "El Vidal" or "El Victor", and Jose Fernando Torres Montenegro "El Pepillo", principal bosses of the Sinaloa Cartel in La Paz.

The boss of Sicarios was identified during this past year in a gun battle on 1st of November in Calle Ramirez, between Manuel Marquez de Leon, and Miguel L Legaspy, in the Central Colonia of the State Capital.

Original article in Spanish at Zetatijuana


23 comments:

  1. Why dont some of these heavy capos, learn from these guys that live by the gun n die, or at least try to die by the gun. They just dont sit n look stupid when elements arrive.

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  2. Lack of experience of the cameraman? Not judging the poor man, but they can't make people like him cover these type of scenes. Imagine policemen or soldiers having heart attackts during shootouts? That's why they train and they are used to the sound of gunfire. Reporters and cameramen need at least some type of training.

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    1. Judging without even knowing,smart.

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  3. So Baja has really been invaded by bosses of sicarios...
    --But this PEP (policia estatal preventiva) seems to have the estatal mandate, of Baja california's cartels to clean it up of foreigners, because "con dinero baila el perro"

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  4. the fith accomplice was the boss of el grande......

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  5. Guy was obviously broke. Riding around in a 98 Suburban and people look up to this chump? I don't get it.

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    1. you gotta be smart if your riding a brand new sports car people are obviously going to think your a narco well at least in mexico and being in a old car won't draw much attention and youll be seem as a civilian

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  6. Arturo beltran leyva true capo de capos

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    1. that would be el señor de los cielos and mabyyy el viceroy

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    2. Como va a ser el capo de capos si ni duro nada y lo mataron como a un pendejo.y el otro pendejo y que el viceroy.capos eran los ochoas los santacruz y los orojuela los jefes del cartel del dorado esos era capos en Mexico lo que son es una bola de pendejos todos

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    3. Ramon Arellano Felix. That guy had balls of steel.

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    4. The guy that shot and killed "El Mon" after being mortally wounded himself, He was a real man, just doing His job, and He was a good shot too...
      --We should all know His name...Antonio Arias, policia del Estado de Sinaloa, according to a borderland beat report, the war for tijuana, by tijuano/ 2013...

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    5. el zorro de ojinaga siempre sera un capo verdadero. contaba con mucha gente en Colombia y sabia mantener su negocio y hubiera sido muy grande si no lo mataron

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    6. Amado Carrillo Fuentes and his DFS handlers from the mexican federal government needed the business, they had a bigger vision about trafficking than being the boss of a pack of marihuana mules and burros from ojinaga...
      --His uncle don neto Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo had it tight for a while from prison, with mexican government, dfs, cia and air support until the hank rohn and the arellanos copycatted him on tijuana... with the AFO, taesa, los xolos, and the calientes...
      --See all the nice cartels relating to the government regime in power?

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    7. Antonio Arias, policia del Estado de Sinaloa,Maybe he was a good cop just trying to arrest this payoso?If,as alleged he was in the pay of El Mayo,why would he allow Mon to shoot him from which he died,if he was there to just execute Mon?Fuck Mon,do you think he would care if a civilian was killed when he was doing his bullshit?Mon fucked with whole families.Turning ratas into hero's? Para que?

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  7. That sucks for the camera man....rest in peace, he was just trying to get us some news so we can watch it In the safety of our living room....my respect goes to the chanel 10 camera man......shit I been to the range and shoot guns and rifles with no hear protection and and my shit starts to shake...I could image..pobresito. when you get to heaven ask Chucho, to not forget about mexico.

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  8. Video sounds like where I stay erry nite but cops in Dallas stay away Buckner to St Francis for they own safety. Those Mexican cops got mo balls than DPD do!

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  9. It took a 1 hour gunfight and all those different agencys to stop just 5 men?

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    1. Must I remind you of the Boston Bombers (two days, hundreds of police from all agencies, two men [one teenager]), The North Hollywood shootout? (44 minutes/ Over fifty cops for two guys) c'mon man, stop being so judgmental

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    2. It's called a standoff .. Like the ones that happen here in usa that take hours to end and one dies. You picture it as a straight gun battle, those days are gone , hardly do they have convoys getting in full gun battles with military , so many bad past experiences they get torn to pieces. So it's 5 of em and they know they can't take them the run into buildings and holdout sometimes take hostages

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    3. 3:34 has a point now i know

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  10. For the cartel leaders that allow themselves to be called names like "Grande", you have it coming.

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