Saturday, August 1, 2015

13 Cartel del Golfo detained in Reynosa

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Proceso article

[ Subject Matter: Cartel del Golfo, Reynosa
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required]


Reporter: Proceso Redaction
State Police detained 13 alleged members of the Cartel del Golfo in Reynosa, Tamaulipas. Those detained were aboard 3 vehicles, they were carrying firearms, radios, and drugs.

In a communication, the Group for Coordination in Tamaulipas informed that the detained were Arturo Macias Solis, Jose Carlos Quintero Renteria, Ulises Esuat Betancourt Azua, David Alejandro Lopez Montoya, Jose Maximo Salgado Ruiz, Jose Francisco Gomez Trevino, Jose Manuel Caldera Rios, Luis Pablo Reyes Gomez, Daniel Wing Carmano, Brayan Juan Raymundo Ignacio, Eduardo Gomez Martinez, Martin Gomez Gonzalez and Janeth Araceli Ruiz Reyes.


At the moment of their detention in the Fraccionamiento San Valentin, the criminals were dedicated to halcon (hawk) (lookout) activities in this frontier town for the Cartel del Golfo.

In their declarations before a Public Ministry Agent, Jose Manuel Caldera Rios said that he had been recruited from prison.

The State Police confiscated 6 rifles, 6 kilos of marijuana, three radios, 1233 rounds of different calibre's, 45 metal tyre puncturing spikes, and 56 magazines.

The 3 vehicles confiscated were and black Ford Expedition with Texas plates, a green Grand Caravan with Texas plates and a black Toyota Runner SR5.

The detained, among them two men of Guatemalan nationality, were put at the disposition of the Public Ministry.

Original article in Spanish at Proceso

32 comments:

  1. Can anyone give me a sense of what it really means for narcos to be detained? As in, is this actually a success and they'll likely put them all in jail for decades, or will they more likely just collect their bribes and let them go, enjoying the praise they get for arresting them?

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  2. does CDG even have coke anymore haven't heard of them moving a big shipment in a couple years they always get caught with a few pounds of weed

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  3. I think it's hilarious that CDG is still out there semi-organized while the zetas have basically evolved to a bunch of teenagers high jacking the zeta name to pull off petty crime. All you zeta nut hugger gotta be heartbroken! Jajaja!! CDG is lucky they get to still push a little low quality weight they score from CDS low level distributors while zeta can't score shit! Jajaja!

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    1. You must not know much about z they are more organized then people think, go to nuevo laredo ask around the locals see if they bother anyone then go to reynosa see if they say anything good about golfo druggies

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    2. Yes,we have to say Nuevo Laredo seems as tho its on lock and very quiet?If the Zetas were as weak as people think then surely CDG/Metros would make a try at it?Nuevo Laredo is a huge plaza in terms of crossing shit over,its highly sought after?Zetas are definitely not what they were under Mamito,Lucky,Lazca,Morales,Amarillo etc,when they were sourcing coke from Guat etc,but they still have N Laredo as a base..

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    3. Do you mean the mass murdering assassins los zetas?
      --The madafakas that do not pay their maruchaneros but just exploit them under penalty of death or torture or both, that is your well organized pride?
      --i understand we have to provide you with a list of the hungry dog pack's crimes everyday, or poor little you will crap more praises to los setas for the rest of your life.

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  4. CDG had all that heat and didn't go to war? Damn Lames!!! No wonder The Zetas have been dusting them for the longest.

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    1. The heat was surplus, as they did not use it against setas, because they is none to be found, it is for the setas, not to be used against the armed forces of mexico, and not all of them soldiers/police are murderers like others that leave nobody alive for no reason even if they are not criminals...

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    2. In what universe is this again?

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    3. It's called reality Pendejo 4:59 you should try living in it sometime. I remember when the Golfos had balls of steel but that all went away when Tony T was killed (my opinion).

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    4. They had balls of steel in the head, no sesos, and it was all rusty steel pa'cabarla de chingar...

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  5. Chapo is putting them away

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    1. Chapo is in sinaloa its osiel o el mini osiel the ones putting them away all tamaulipas knows that kid

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  6. Drones, gotta love um.

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  7. Animo jefe Toro M42

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  8. Puro maruchanero, it is a miracle that no one died this time...
    --maybe the government is trying to prove they do not have a "shoot to kill anybody" policy anymore...
    --that they do not do it like that...
    --and they may have recruited these guys for this job for that purpose

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  9. just kids give them a break

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    1. 5:55 They got caught alive, that is one hell of a big break, unheard of...

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  10. One place need Gun Control Laws is Mexico. Need to take the guns away and Obama needs quit sending Guns to Mexican Cartels

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    1. Gun control laws?really?that's why this shit is happening in Mexico in the first place....you think this shit would have happened if people could have been armed when the pendejos began extortion the common folks.....Che baboso!!

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    2. Corrupt politicians, and their corrupting lobbyists in mexico and the US cause more death and crime than all the armed thugs and their many weapons on the US...some justice and legislation is needed there, BAAADLY

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  11. I don't think halcones carry that type of weaponry and kilos of Mary Jane. They were probably delivering the buds somewhere cuz I don't think look outs travel in groups of 13. QUESTION FOR CHIVIS OR OTIS: doesn't hector el guero palma get released from USA prison in a year from now? July 16th 2016 I think? Do u think he will meet back up with chapo?

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    1. The mexican government had NO case against el güero palma, the US cooked up a 50 kilo of cocaine deal and a plea for 16 years in prison, because they found a prettier boy, to take over until miguel angel felix gallardo felt his revenge satisfied, he still deals with colombians and the US from prison, like don nrto, but the boss rafael caro quintero is the mero mero jefe with the mero mero team, he killed kiki camarena for the CIA and took it like a man...
      --next time somebody arrests any of them "by mistake", the tunnel will be dug in their ass a balazos...

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  12. WTF haha yall don't know nothing. I aint no cheerleader for no cartel but do yall realize why chapo use to fight hard for Tamaulipas before he got kick out. Reynosa, Matamoros, especially Nuevo Laredo are the best gates to drug trafficking to the USA especially the EastCoast. CDG traffics hard into Florida, Kansas, Carolinas & many more. They push tons of different stuff across the border. In many of those Texas border towns Zetas & Golfos have bought many American Government Officials thats why you hardly hear them getting bust by the tons. Zetas & Golfos found a better thing to traffic with out hardly any harm. They make more money because its hard for them to get busted by transporting oil. If the cartels could sell gallons of crude oil at half the price the Mexican government sells it to the gringos of course the gringos going to buy it cheaper from some one else. CDG & Zetas rob PEMEX crude oil from pipe lines in the middle of no where in Tamaulipas. Bruh CDG & ZETAS be making hella money crude oil is the new money making skim.

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    1. 342 pm: "WTF haha yall don't know nothing. I aint no cheerleader for no cartel but do yall realize why chapo use to fight hard for Tamaulipas before he got kick out."
      No...what I know is a great granddaddy was from Tamaulipas. He was murdered and land was stolen. Guzman is way on the other side of Mehico, and he can be an Ass with his cheesy abilities over there. He can take the rest of the Golf balls over there too.
      Aint no cheerleader either, however do know right from wrong

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    2. 7:25 and the illegal piratized oil from mexico was being bought by US companies:
      Big Star Gathering ltd, F&M Transportation inc, Western Refining company LP, Joplin Energy Llc, Superior Crude Gathering, Plains All American...and others pemex "suing" for over 300 million dollars, but they made like 300 billion, to buy pemex with their own money...but the setas and the golfitas just lend their ugly face to the operations, pemex managers sell it all away by the sea tanker, not by the pinchi troquita...

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  13. that's the problem with Mexico . Always has been . to many criminals . They keep their catholic religious articles more like a lucky rabbits foot than a way of life .Poor Mexico . Could be one of the richest places on earth . Problem is its to dishonest .

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  14. You all a bunch of puzzy ass cartel cheerleaders im pretty sure none of you move shit

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    1. 6:51 is it like, the World would not even exist if not for the "drug dealers"?
      I do not recall BB commenters claiming to be dealers, pushers or addicts, except for havanna pura's spliffs...and that was a joke...

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  15. What is the deal with the Golfos Chivis? Are Los Rojos and Los Metros still at war with each other? Have you heard any info about El Kelin and whether he sided with the Gulf or Zetas? I'm just curious since there hasn't been any new major stories from the RGV states.

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  16. Shit is real as it gets here. Come to reynosa talking that bullshit and you know whatll happen. Been here for a year and ive seen two other white boys. Keep it real bruh

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