Monday, October 17, 2016

Tijuana: PEP seize 16 kilos of cocaine

16 kilos of cocaine seized in Tijuana

In another hit by Los PEP, the State Preventative Police force, which has been responsible for dozens of seizures this year, found another 16 kilos, worth roughly 22,000 each. The car was intercepted on Boulevard Diaz Ordaz in Los Pinos, the driver, Edgar 'N" was in a 2006 Kia, with American plates. He allegedly asked to be let go, because "he did not want trouble".  

The kilos were wrapped and sealed for import to the United States, wrapped with a green piece of tape, and what looks like dryer sheets on the first layer of the wrap. Likely a tip, or a previous arrest, and 'confession' led to this arrest.  Los PEP have been accused of rape, extortion, and kidnapping in Tijuana, in recent weeks.  

Drivers to the US are often recruited to cross product, some in ignorance, or intentionally misinformed of what they are carrying.  The federal prison in San Diego, MCC, Metropolitan Correctional Center is home to many of them.  They face serious federal sentences, and are often compelled to cooperate to reduce their sentences, though many don't, fearing reprisals from their family in Tijuana.  Many are first time drivers, looking to supplement their income, not hardened criminals, though many drivers are professionals also.  

Typically, drivers carrying loads of cocaine, crystal, or heroin cross are found in the San Ysidro border crossing, according to court records, and criminal complaints.  Larger marijuana loads typically are found in the Otay Mesa crossing.  This is another aspect of the drug trafficking issues, that effect the communities.  Families often lose the sole source of income to US prisons, for multiple years.  If they are citizens, or residents, they are deported to Tijuana, where they often end up back in organized crime and drug trafficking.  No longer useful to cross loads, they are recruited back as gunmen and sicarios.  


Sources: AFN Tijuana 

19 comments:

  1. This has to be cjng or caf the sinaloa cartel moves big loads worth millions somethimes even billions either way good job pep take that poison out the street its messing the future of our world the teens
    John McFarlane

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    1. Oh puhleeze, give me a break

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    2. Not always, they also move thousands of smaller loads
      betting on the percentages. Sinaloa still controls
      baja.

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    3. most likely hes rooting for cjng

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  2. Off topic..Mexico arrests suspect who killed the 2 priests in Veracruz

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    1. 5:55 did he confess without la chicharra or tablazos por las nalgas? Veracruz is getting away with so much bullshit, specially now that "the killer whale" is gone, that is another nickname his people has given to javier duarte de ochoa, la marrana parada de los ojos de toro loco.
      --are they now going to go to the same corrupt courts that used to handle duarte's impunity cases with this shit?

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  3. 15 Bricks = 16.5 Kilos
    Or
    15 Bricks + pistol = 16.5 Kilos


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  4. So he asked to be let go and they let him go? He must have had something else......

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  5. PEP? As in Policía Estatal Preventiva?
    Responsible for dozens seizures and accused of rape, extortion, and kidnapping. With a poor reputation like that I'm surprised none of them kidnapped the driver and stole the drugs to extort the cartels for payments.

    My guess that "John McFarlane" at 10:43 PM didn't bothering reading the accusations that the PEP are facing. Now, that they have access to the drugs, they can now resell it themselves or the Cartels at a markup and these guys are in a position to use force..LEGALLY.

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    1. What did they do with the other 150 kilos?

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    2. 3:27 that is National Security Agency obusiness, we don't answer questions about pending cases, unless you bring a case full of very expensive wine bottles, or some party girls.

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  6. Has to be Cds, they lost all control and respect after beltranes and cjng keep taking their plazas. Not to mention chapos crying babies and also how chapo is going nuts in prison getting fed pill after pill. Now he's dependent on a drug to feel good, KARMA is a biatch

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  7. Would a load like that be from a actual cartel, or from independents that pay piso to the cartels? Also that price of 22 seems a bit low is that on the Mexican side or once it's crossed?

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  8. That's a LA price

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    1. Please share where in La that is the price? Is there an La in Mexico that you are referring to? Because live in La and am not involved in personally But aware that the price in La is no less than 25k. So who comes up with the prices that are said? By who's account and where is it claimed to be 22k per? Is the supposed to be the price that whoever owned the load was on the hook for and lost or is that the price that whoever owned it was going to sell it for where ever they where going to sale it?

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    2. 1:00 alfredo castillo has experience in consumer fraud cases, take your price shit to him and complain...

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  9. You must mean a la in Mexico. Cause 22 sure as heck ain't the ticket in la California.

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  10. When general alfonso duarte mujica arrived in Tijuana BC with lt col Julian leyzaola and captain gustavo huerta they demanded instantly that the federal police officers be taken out of the way, the militarization of the police means not just giving the police military equipment, but infiltrating military elements at all levels and taking all the best police jobs and functions, among them drug trafficking and extortion, kidnapping, rape and torture...
    --the worst fight is when the army or marinas get in the middle, AND THEY ARE LEGAL AND LOADED WITH INSTITUTIONAL IMPUNITY!!!

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