Monday, August 24, 2015

El Viejon of CDG arrested

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

[ Subject Matter: Oscar Leon Mendoza Cepeda "El Viejon", Cartel del Golfo
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required]


Reporter: Proceso Redaction
Oscar Leon Mendoza Cepeda, member of the Cartel del Golfo who operates in the centre of Tamaulipas state, was detained by Police in Ciudad Victoria.

The subject known as "El Viejon", 55 years old, was captured together with Brigida Laurentina Guerrero Aguilar in a populous sector of the Tamaulipan Capital, informed a communication from the Coordination Group for Tamaulipas.

Mendoza Cepeda was captured with 14 weapons, 20 wraps of drugs, a vehicle, magazines for weapons, bottles of whisky and cell phones.

At the moment of his detention, some people attempted to bribe the State Police, offering 10,000 pesos to set him free.

The authorities confiscated the following:


  • 7 rifles with 2500 rounds of ammunition
  • 7 pistols of different calibre's
  • 58 magazines
  • 20 wraps of cocaine
  • 35 cell phone, 16 of which were new
  • 11 bottles of whisky (large)
  • 45 bottles of whisky (small)
  • 2 copied uniforms
  • 4 tactical jackets and a tactical helmet
  • a sedan automobile
Mendoza Cepeda and Guerrero Aguilar were put at the disposition of the Federal Public Ministry together with the weapons, ammunition and other evidence.

Original article in Spanish at Proceso

30 comments:

  1. Haha 10,000 pesos for a bribe no wonder he got arrested.

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    1. Yeah. Pissed off the Officers by Under Bidding!!!

      In any case, if his freedom is only worth 10,000 Pesos, he might as well stay in custody.

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    2. Los pinchis polesias se robaron los otros diez millones de pesos, y van a vender las armas y la droga anyway...

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  2. Error terror: VICKY COCA is all zetas!
    yeah, yeah, yeah...but then again they catch him loaded, one rifle sells for 10 000.00 dollars, no pesos

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  3. Wow a bribe attempt of $588 USD.Was he detained for being a Narco or being a cheap Narco?

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  4. Notice the 56 bottles of whiskey? CDG has been in the bootlegged whiskey business since way before they where called CDG in the Prohibition days. This has been one of their favorite rackets, since CDG godfather Juan Nepomuceno Guerra Cardenas founded the group.

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    1. Yea they where bootlegging while Chihuahua was trafficking marijuana and sinaloa was trafficking opium

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    2. Maybe he will get a street named after him

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    3. Tamaulipas always exported heroin virgilio Barrera was doing it in the 40s

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    4. Greek families in veracruz export oil by the sea tankers and gas, to greece, and import heroin from afghanistan, via turkey?
      --No wonder the European Union want to squeeze the Greek for all they are worth, and fidel herrera beltran z1#2 wants to be mexican ambassador to Grease...
      --them there Greeks know how to make billionaire shipping magnates covering up weapons and drugs with "Turkish Tobaccos", like the Stavros and the Onassis...

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  5. This guy is moving serious weight.

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    1. This guy was the CDG boss with that kind of money imagine how much the sicarios make? Two top ramens and Fanta.

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    2. This guy was not a boss.the last big guy that got arrested in matamoros Omar Gallardo was caught with a million in cash and he might not even been the boss of matamoros.

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    3. Ramen en el vaso, de pollo, con chile y limon, extra hot, pero con Sangria Señorial...
      --Hey, what about el ponche de dos blanquillos crudos batidos en pepsi-cola ?
      --Y de postre un hogaperros con coco y grageas...who needs french cuisine, no?

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  6. hahaha, cdg offered 10,000 pesos, man they broke, that's less than $1,000

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  7. 10000 pesos wont even buy him a maruchan in jail lmao

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    1. Miguel angel treviño morales z40, aka el barril de menudo con patazzz had 2 million dollars when he got cogido, to tell his captor no me pegues, no me mates, i'll do whatever jefecito, le lavo el coche? Patron?
      --i don't think he can access the money for comisaria expenses until he is declared innocent and they give his money back to him... never!!!

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  8. They are snitching on each other whats new thats how zetas cdg works if you want to be top rank you snitch on ur buddy that why i rather live poor than 6 month of glory

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    1. butchering innocents and living a paranoid life everyday is not glory . glory is living and working to buy what you want . cant afford it ?? go back to school

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    2. Completely agree with you except for the school part..Easier said than done !

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  9. It sound as if he was going to a party/meeting or if he owns a bar he was to restock

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  10. He was from Monterey for sure

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  11. What was dumber? Osiel Cardenas threating DEA Agents or this clown trying to bribe with 10,000 pesos? Hahahaha

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    1. Osiel Cardenas got cogido and exportado, he paid 250 million dollars to the US government, I do not think mexico will get one peso from that money...
      --for 200 million he would have stayed in mexico, protected by the mexican government that protects all of its corrupt governors, presidents and linia asesinos y rateros...
      --osiel would be free and have 50 million dollars to spend...in mexico...

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  12. Don't know if the same guy,but wasnt El Viejon mentioned as being cool with Victor Zetas?Many of these guys must be cool with each other,know each other?CDG and Zetas seem like seperate state crews sometimes,specially if they are not getting supplied as they once did but who knows with these guys?

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  13. Era de Los Z el puto viejon no del Golfo-

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  14. 588 bucks. Hell,I'm cheap. I would be bribed by that

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  15. No no no, los chotas le robaron sus centavos al señor, no big narc gets cogido sin sus centavos por lo que se ofrezca...

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  16. All that stuff he got caught with carrying is probably the same thing a paranoid coke head would take with him on the run

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  17. Sounds like this guy knew how to party !!!

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