Sunday, November 20, 2016

Tijuana: PEP Commander detained by US Federal Agents

Original article available at AFN Noticias
Translated by El Wachito

Jesus Moralia Gaxiola, a Policia Estatal Preventiva (PEP) commander in Baja California was detained by US Customs and Border Protection Agents while trying to cross the border into the US and was later on turned over to the Procudaruria General de Justicia del Estado of Mexico.


Moralia Gaxiola, was in charge of the "Area of Intelligence" and supposedly, due to a lack of a Commander, he acted as the Commander of the unit, however the PEP agency informed that he was just another commissioned officer from the "Technical Area".




It was confirmed that he was detained under charges of "Abuse of authority", and that the PEP agency will cooperate with any information at their disposal. A Judge had already ordered his arrest, for "Abuse of authority", but he was detained today when he attempted to cross the border through the San Ysidro port, because the CBP system found that there was an apprehension order against him.

American authorities notified Mexico and turned him over to the elements of the Procuraduria General de la Republica, who proceded to turn him over to the Penitenciaria Del Estado (Jail).

Moralia Gaxiola, is accused to extortion, torture, accusing people of carrying drugs and violation of human rights.

13 comments:

  1. http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/article/Mexico-arrests-alleged-cartel-assassin-leader-in-10625568.php

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  2. This punk pulled us over at Playas, on the toll road, said I smelled like cerveza's and pot. I had my wife and children with me, on the way to our house in Rosarito. I noticed a Dodge Policia Estatal truck following me up the hill toward Playas, then he lit me up before the turn to Rosarito. I pulled over, he stepped out and ordered me to follow him off the scenic, in to Playas, where he then had me pull over. I had not drank, or smoked, had no possession of drugs on me, but he threatened to arrest me on the spot, in front of my kids..."and let the courts sort it out". He told me he had information that a gringo, looking like me, was transporting money, and demanded to know how much money I had and why I was traveling in Baja. It was scary. I ended up paying $100 to him and his buddy that pulled up a few minutes later...which is steep as fuck for our area. That is the most expensive shakedown I've endured in 14 years of traveling and living in baja. Payback mother fucker...I hope he gets what he deserves.

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    1. If i could put a like on your comment I would. Lol. I remember when the tj force got theyre guns taken away. I felt the same way. Lmao

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    2. Hell yeah! I think eventually he will get what he deserves. What an asshole! With your family, and $100. He should have just gotten to the point and asked for $40, but hell no, he had to put you through the ringer first. What a class act! Should be locked up, but in Mexico, that's not always how things turn out. Good luck getting restitution. 😉

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    3. amen to that my brother.

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    4. 🙌🏼

      Ive also been a victim of the PEP, they stopped me because they accused me of illegal street racing, lol i refused to give them any money and they threaten me with accusing me of having drugs in my possesion.... i ended up spending 14 hours in a shitty mexican prison.. 😂

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  3. Má, ora ya ni a la pinchi Policia Estatal Prebentiba los respetan, ni en el otro lado ni en mexico.
    Y todo por andar ahi de calientes.

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  4. Ande puto!!!just another thug

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  5. All they going to do is dust him off, say sorry n put him back behind his desk.

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  6. He was probably the one stealing the drugs from cds and selling them back to them. He was either with cds or cjng and was getting in their way

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    1. Maybe he was somehow connected to El Gross

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  7. Police in Mexico = Cartel with a badge!

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  8. GAXIOLA is a name that is common in Sinaloa drug circles...

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