Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Proceso article
[ Subject Matter: Ivan Cazarin Molina
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Reporter: Milenio Digital
Ivan Cazarin Molina or Victor Hugo Delgado Renteria, identified as second in command of the CJNG, was detained this morning during an surprise operation in this State, informed the Commissioner General of the Federal Police, the second in command of CJNG was allegedly involved in the attack on the military helicopter this past May 1st.
Also the supreme court of justice of the nation, denied an amparo of the narco trafficker Rafael Caro Quintero, who sought to invalidate the 40 year prison sentence given to him for the assassination of Enrique Camarena Salazar, a DEA agent in 1985.
In the press conference, the commissioner general of the Federal Police, Enrique Galindo, stated that the capture of Cazarin Molina was possible thanks tot he coordinated work between different Federal Police departments and the arrest was made without a shot fired.
He detailed that the subject is a direct informant of the leader of the CJNG Nemesio Oseguera, El Mencho, and was on the list of priority objectives of the Federal Government.
Cazarin Molina established his operations in the metropolitan zone of Guadalajara. He has seven previous investigations for distinct Federal crimes like, crimes against health, illegal extraction of hydro carbons, kidnapping and homicide.
Authorities are also investigating his probably participation in the attack on a military helicopter at the beginning of May this year, in the town of Villa Purificacion, Jalisco.
Galindo said that the detention of Cazarin Molina occured on Wednesday morning in a dwelling in the colonia Hacienda la Candelaria, in the town of Tlajomulco de Zuniga.
From this house he presumably controlled his illegal activities during and day, and used the house for parties in the evenings.
The functionary indicated that together with Ivan Cazarin Molina or Victor Hugo Delgado Renteria, 31 years of age, also detained were Marco Antonio Rocha Garcia and Yahir Martinez Mora, both 19 years of age, also Rafael Ortega Aquino, 31 years of age.
The subjects were transferred to Mexico City and put at the disposition of SEIDO.
Original article in Spanish at Milenio