In the search for Joaquin Guzman Loera, alias "El Chapo" Guzman, the Navy extended its operations to residential areas of the state capital, where they are executing search warrants, one of them, was in the Chapultepec neighborhood where the family of Miguel Angel Guzman Loera lives. Chapo's brother, , who is in prison.
With the help of the military aboard armored vehicles that put a security fence around the house with the number 426, on Agricultores Street, members of the Attorney General's Office (PGR) enter the house, where they found two young people.
The security around the residence was in place for nearly six hours without the judicial authorities surrendering a report of the search carried out, in which the agents cut the locks, because they didn't receive an answer from it's occupants.
It is now known that the two young people who were located in the building, are the daughters of Miguel Ángel, who in was arrested in 2005 by Special Forces at a Chinese restaurant, named TaiPak located at Ruby 454 street.
There, the brother of 'Chapo' Guzman, along with several other members of his family, were celebrating the fifteenth anniversary of one of his daughters. He did not resist and walked away, with several military special forces.
The mother of Guzman Loera, Consuelo Loera, filed a complaint for this arrest, before the State Human Rights Commission, which was registered under file # 111/170/05, to establish that an arrest warrant was never exhibited against him.
Currently, the brother of Joaquin Guzman Loera is serving a sentence of 13 years, and three months in prison for federal crimes.