Thursday, November 10, 2016

Javier Carrasco, nephew of ‘Nacho’ Coronel arrested

Federal Police (PF) arrested Javier Carrasco Coronel, aka "El Seis", who was considered target # 104 of the 122 priorities of the Mexican Government, according to the general Commissioner of the Corporation, Manelich Castilla Cravioto.

"El Seis" was known as the head of the criminal group known as "La Corona" according to reports, he emerged after the death of "Nacho" Coronel.

“El Seis is linked to a criminal group with presence in the State of Sinaloa, In addition to coordinate other groups in the States of Jalisco and Colima".

Castilla Cravioto said that the investigation on this man allowed them to knowto know that the accused was allegedly engaged in trafficking of drugs into the United States, as well as kidnappings in tort of entrepreneurs and traders in the State of Jalisco, as well as of members of rival groups".

Carrasco Colonel is charged with organized crime with the purpose of committing crimes against health and kidnapping, and is linked to a criminal group with presence in Sinaloa, In addition to coordinating other groups in Jalisco and Colima.


He said that the analysis of information obtained in investigations, determined the location of the now apprehended in the village of Carrizalejo, municipality of Culiacán, where they deployed an operation by the Federal Police and army personnel.

He said that the capture of "El Seis" was in a moving vehicle, without making a single shot.

At the time of the arrest, Carrasco Coronel was carrying two false identifications, a pistol, a rifle, a package with approximately 1.2 kilograms of a substance with the characteristics of synthetic drug, as well as a vehicle.

The arrested and the evidence were put to disposition of the Ministry, attached to the specialized attorney in organized crime research (SEIDO) of the Office of the Attorney-General (PGR), in the city of Culiacán, Sinaloa.

Excelsior

57 comments:

  1. Sure is a lot going on in Culiacan...too many koala bears munching on bamboo!

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    1. A este guey nadie en BB habia oido de el, que tiene que sea nephew de un capo si el parece un vende radios robados...?

      El mariguas de zapopan

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    2. Ahora los de Jalisco son bien perros. COMPITA a estos vatos ustededs les asian los mandados.

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    3. Sells stolen radios? Uh...no

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    4. Not even cupcakes

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    5. Word is that le dicen "el seis" por ser 6 veces Pendejo :)

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    6. Y el Aguila apa? Como que crio que el nacho Coronel tenia mas familia que la familia Burrón.

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    7. Damn hijackers of blogs- Start your own feed or go to another feed

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    8. el aguila esta muerto.

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  2. What does the "N" mean? They also said that for members of los antrax.

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    1. It's like saying John Doe or Jane doe. They use the "N" when identification is not 100% yet.

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    2. "N" is for Nigga but even in Mexico they gotta be politically correct too....

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  3. His group isn't hated in Guadalajara they just don't do business together -CJNG/Coroneles

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  4. Its funny that every time they arrest a narco no matter the level they always carry drugs usually a kilo and up who in the right mind have that kind of drugs on them just to carry seems like the government plants drugs on them to get at least some charges to stick typical authoritarian oppressive government

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    1. Exatly my thoughts.

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    2. Na, just drug trafficking government, they are not going to arrest themselves, so they keep making Presuntos Culpables.
      "ya te agarré, ya te chingastes"
      El Estado is getting low in fund$$$, so they are extorting and recovering, but it is better than getting disappeared after being tortured to death.
      that is next when they get to the grameros.

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    3. By some strange coincidence, mexican "special forces" claiming to be the best of the best are getting trained in Peru, land of the biggest coca plantations Coca~Cola ever had, which they never gave up, and homeland of la Calaca Tilica de Televisa,
      LAURA DE AMERICA, Que pase la desgraciada!
      "That nobody ever catches televisa cocaine vans ever again"

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  5. Culiacan is hotter than hell these days cleaning the plaza for a big fish... wonder who?...they are arresting and killing alot of cds but Beltranes remain untouched..can it be that cjng/beltranes is paying off?.. interesting

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    1. CJNG and blo get hit on a regular. Their deaths or arrest ain't as sexy for the press as a Sinaloense capo or sicario. That's the truth too.

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    2. Mayo still running the show. Have you not noticed that nothing literally nothing ever comes out about him? Only time is when chapo became a victim of his own success and fame and started to think he was the boss of bosses when the us govt and mex govt are the real bosses but not in the sense of a one person or few people boss but in the sense of a level we will never ever truly understand or know. But he's the CIA's man. Don't you see how they keep his name outta the headlines? If to much press makes them look real bad if don't go after him. If really doing huge things the opposite of who is talked about the most is the boss it's who people don't talk about to be the real boss when playing with the us CIA, unknown govt agency's and the mex govt.

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    3. 1:40 true, all these guys are puppets to the gov. But they are still cleaning the plaza for somebody and it ain't mayo, his son vicentillo snitched on the D.E.A when he was waiting for a plea deal and looks like he ain't protected any longer. Cjng is taking alot of his plazas and mayo's anthrax are getting killed and arrested. Won't be surprised when they capture him with no shots fired as usual.

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    4. I've said it in other postings before. Where is el Mayo? Where are Chapos kids? Where are the real leaders of CDS?
      This capturing of mid level dealers has always been for show. This allows Mayo who is still in charge to simply replace every person captured thus far and still have time to perhaps train them in their new role and the CDS to continue working as ususal.

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    5. 7:13. Guzman who may like to appear as the boss of bosses [at times], even of people he doesn't know or who may be above him, is quite obviously on the chopping block. If You were one of the what You call "real" Sinaloa leaders, ask Yourself the reason for staying out of the picture

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    6. 9:19 that's true, sinaloa is known cause of chapo and all the sinaloa corridos. Cjng is low profile and don't want attention so they get no attention. Now all the attention is in sinaloa all because of those darn corridos.. should have stayed low key now they pissed off the government with their bs..

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    7. @9:20 you give the narcos too much credit and make them look more sophisticated than they really are. There are NO narcos above Zambada! My theory is that Zambada may have distributed some of the power he has to his kids as well as Chapos even a few more since Chapos last arrest which could be the cause of some of the recent conflicts in the state of Sinaloa but no one narco within CDS will ever have the power he and Chapo have had in the past. This is actually good for him since he might get to retire in peace and let the new generation deal with the modern day problems in the drug trade.
      It is just my theory however.

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    8. What ever happened to Joe Velázquez?

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    9. Toda esa bola valen sheet, the man to find is WALDO, damet!

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  6. Why they cover his eyes.

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    1. Because theirs eyes are the windows of their rotten soul, smh you want them in Ray Bans or Oakley??

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    2. Have you heard of Costa????

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  7. Where can I see the list of the 122 most wanted?

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    1. Why so specific, you must have lots of time in your hands....try 10 most wanted, Trust me bro the little petty crimes dont make it on this list

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    2. The government hasn't made the list available. The closet they've done so is revealing how many members of each major organization are on the list last year. Here's a link to a translation of the article.

      http://www.insightcrime.org/news-analysis/mexico-govt-refuses-to-reveal-most-wanted-list

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    3. 7:36 MAO OSORIO CHÓN WAS ASKED IN THE MEXICAN CONGRESS.
      he refused to answer about who is on the select list of 122 targets. They make it up as it goes...same for journalists from Insight Crime or Excelsior.

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  8. Pongase trucha plebes sinaloa esta en zona de guerra mucho marino i wacho i los gringos kon su tecnologia de punta andan rastreando a todo ke se mire placoso navengese kon perfil bajo ke ya abrar rato para aggar la bandejona junton a unas plebitas

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    1. Since you from sinaloa can you tells who is really at war now? And if el chapo still holds power or is he done thanks

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    2. eso que ni que comadante perro ya ve el phoenix por echar party se lo llevo la huesuda

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    3. Y tambien que conociste al viejon y fue un orgullo trabajar con el y que estas al Cien y que eres Gallo jugado se te olvido mencionar

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    4. 12:28 machos calados no hablan.

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  9. Anyone heard the corrido that goes:

    Llegaron a culiacan
    Y se internan en la sierra

    Buscaban al m grande..blah blah blha

    Whos el compa 4??? According to the corrido he is close to el mayo..anyone??

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    1. El 4 is another nickname for Manuel Torres Felix . " Ahora me dicen ondeado M1 o el 14 el 4 pa mis amigos en Los radios me conocen"

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    2. Pancho Arce alias El 4 o el Artista Antrax o pancho ARCEnales... operador muy cercano al mayo. Ya tambien chingo a su madre y lo mataron en Culiacan gente de los Carrillo..
      El FM

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  10. Get off anthrax corrido nuts lol that aviously were fake, they are all dead. Not the #1 hit with supernatural powers like they claim in their fake sinaloa corridos lol

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    1. The solution to corridos: Write lyrics neutral, then a wide variety of people can interact with the music by and with whatever means

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    2. ... That's Where You ^^^ Are Wrong Or Misled ... Antrax Is Still Going Strong And Doing Their Tasked Jobs ... Think Of Them As A Security Firm ... If You Think That They Are Dead,Then Great ... You Are Entitled To An Opinion, But Don't Speak Like You "Know" Something ... Just Saying ...

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    3. 1:44 do you live under a rock? everybody knows anthrax are a joke

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  11. You burn me, you step on me.
    You kneel when I am waved.
    But I’ve faced much worse than this,
    The road to freedom I have paved.

    I’ve rode with George Washington,
    And gone down with ships at sea.
    I’ve flown in the wild blue yonder,
    and been carried on the shores of Normandy.

    With imprisoned soldiers I have been,
    And raised on Iwo Jima by soldiers brave.
    I’ve been with those who never returned home,
    To widows I’ve been handed and laid on a soldier’s grave.

    I’ve been to ground zero when all hope was gone,
    And through tears, looked down at the candles all around.
    I’ve flown half mass in times of darkness,
    And yet still I stand and won’t stay on the ground.

    And so you burn me, not knowing what I am.
    You think you protest but I gave you that right.
    So continue to kneel, yet as you do, know this…
    That for YOU I will continue to FIGHT.

    ~ The American Flag

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    1. What the fuck does this have to do with anything why this shit gets put on and other shit more relevant to the articles doesnt.

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    2. @2;29 Because it is Veterans Day. The day we honor those that have served their country in the military and who didn't just sit behind a computer and whine.

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    3. Thank you, dd, for explaining that to 2:29. In our day to day lives, it's easy to forget, but I assure you the ones who have been down that road and seen the horror in the round do not forget. One day set aside to contemplate their sacrifices is not too much.
      Thanks again.

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    4. Just make sure the people you honor know who they served. A bunch of liars and chickenhawks creating wars for personal enrichment and for benefit of their compadres living high on corporate welfare contractz from a government that also invents and lies to get their way to the public treasury.
      --10 000 americans dead on the last two wars for profit would be grateful...

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  12. Un dia 28 de enero.....

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    1. Como olvidar esa fecha..

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  13. Interesting article here ppl might want to read https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/nov/11/mexico-vigilantes-killings-public-support

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  14. A don Alberto quintero

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    1. 5:48 ...a don lamberto quintero, se lo chingaron...
      Por andar ahi de caliente.

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  15. @5:14. Do you think these people joined the military knowing any of the things you mentioned?? Up until recent years, there wasn't a whole lot known about just how dirty the US gov is.. it seems like since sept 11/iraq war/afg/pat tillman/wiki leaks is when slowly,a lot of this info came out.. i doubt anyone knew any of the things you mentioned and decided to fight for those assholes.. he/she most likely decided to join for their families, and their COUNTRY. Have a little respect for the ones that DID GO. While your 11 yr old self was jerking off to the lingerie section of the sears catalog, people were over there watching their best friends brains get blown all over their lap.hate the people at the top all you want. but if you think they are 1 in the same, your off

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