On Friday, the lifeless body of Adan Salazar Ramirez, 48, was dumped in front of a funeral home in Navojoa, Sonora. Salazar was an operator for the Sinaloa Cartel (CDS) in Southern Sonora.
The body, which had several bullet impacts, had been discarded by 3 men who transported the corpse in a pick-up.
The identification of the body was unknown until two sisters of Salazar’s came forward and identified it has being their brother who lived in the city, in Colonia Constitucion.
At about hours before the body being discovered, an abandon truck with multiple bullet impacts was reported. The truck was empty, police searched the immediate area but found nothing. Four hours later the call came through about the body left at the funeral home, and they were able to link the two events together.
Salazar is the son of a drug trafficker of the same name, who controls several regions of Sonora.