Monday, December 19, 2016

Cocaine S.A.

Original article available at ZETA
Translated by El Wachito
Prior recommended reading: 631 Kilos of cocaine seized
*Article dated August 15, 2016


Law enforcement personnel detected several group of traffickers from the Sinaloa Cartel, that used and paid for transportation services, storage services, and distribution of the drugs to the other members of the criminal organization. They shared the services in order to make their criminal activities more efficient and to reduce the negative impacts of captures. The warehouse, was literally, a "costco" of drugs. 



The warehouse was located by elements of the Policia Estatal Preventiva (PEP) and the Mexican Army,  it was secured by the Procuraduria General de la Republica (PGR), and 631 kilos of cocaine were confiscated, it was "costco" of drugs.

The drugs were packaged with precision, and the blocks of drugs were tagged for delivery in exact quantities, to the 19 cells of traffickers, for their sale. Investigators claim that the drugs belong to groups of the Cartel de Sinaloa.

With the name, the nickname, and a specific image or a number, the cocaine was separated and ready to be delivered to the buyer. The warehouse was used by traffickers as a center of distribution of cocaine. A demonstration from criminal organizations that have settle in the region, with another system of work in the criminal world.


"These are rented spaces", informed neighbors of the warehouse to ZETA. The warehouse was searched Wednesday 10, of August and its located in Parque Industrial Pacifico of Tijuana. Regarding the individuals that worked in the warehouse searched by the PGR they told people that: "we are in the business of selling goods". And they were right, except that they were selling drugs.


The warehouse is located in Calle Ojos Negros with the number 23850, it has two doors and two curtains that give access to a trailer, cars and persons; inside, 8 meters deep and a front patio of 2x7 meters.


Regarding the confiscated trailers and involved to the searched business, one, identify with a red logo of a polar bear and with the name of the corporation Red Cold. The trailer was parked in front of the business. The second trailed with a logo of a corporation named LRO and with california platers, was parked behind one of the curtains of the warehouse, implying that they were planning on moving the trailer inside the warehouse.


In the warehouse and inside the trailers there were cleaning supplies, basically packages of soap of the brand Ensueño and bottles of water of the brand Bonafont. Authorities claim that the 631 kilos of cocaine came to Tijuana, hidden among the cleaning supplies.

"According to information given by the detainees, the warehouse functioned as a supply center were local providers received the merchandise and then it was distributed according to their necessities, they also used this services in order to avoid putting their personel in danger", according to the coordination group.



The arrested were identified as Jose Ernesto Ojeda Aguirre (47 years old) and Jose Luis Ojeda Aguirre (48 years old), from Culiacan Sinaloa. Jose Alberto Avalos Patricio (43 years old), from Tuxtan, Nayarit; and Ruben Alejandro Ahumado Massu (30 years old) from Culiacan, Sinaloa.

The packages confiscated by the authorities, confirmed at least 19 owners of the drugs, due to the fact that each package was tagged with a logo.


The packages that were carefully wrap with known plastic to protect the product, traveled the trailers and were transportated by the "business". The nicknames identified were the following:

*C/Gato
*CN Yito
*CN Gary
*Lolo
*Alacran
*Chatin
*Paja
*HH
*250X
*K13

"This packages had the nickname written with a marker", explained one of the investigators. But the majority had the logo of ESPN with a yellow background and a picture of a man running; or a block with the logo PGP, another one with the word Hot with a white background; other had a cartoon of Mr. Incredible with the leyend "pow"; other had a picture of a lion.



Other package had the images of Camels in the dseert; other a picture of soccer player Messi, his name and a number 10 were notice.

Packages with an image of an eagle with a bell at the front; others with a red background and a picture of a panther; and several other packages with a cartoon of Spongebob riding a motorcycle.


Some of the nicknames had already been identified by the authorities and investigations are currently underway.

53 comments:

  1. i thought cds was on its last breath

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    1. There's an example for you, too many hits in Tijuana.

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    2. You can't be serious

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  2. I woud love to get my hands on incredibles or batman.......
    Yes I said it

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    1. You are NOT the only BB reader thinking the exact same thing..Yes I said it too...

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  3. hello BB. can someone tell me what's going on? only el wachito remained there? lately he's the only one posting...i'm sure that there are tons of interesting subjects going on every day in mexico. thank you wachito!

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    1. @1;59 Wachito has been doing yoeman's work, but you need to look back at the posts in just the last 10 or 12 days. Valor, Yaqui, Texcoco, DD, and J have posted stories, as well as a half dozen "guest reporters". The invitation to be a guest reporter is still open if you are interested. Chivis' and my email address are on the front page.

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    2. Yeah, @ 1:59 bear with us; Wachito is doing great and really picking up the ball. DD's right ; plenty of stories here , not all breaking news , please always keep checking back. Interesting comments get added too, it doesn't always happen overnight.

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    3. 1:59 we come here for the comments, "intelecshual rarities" go to the 'forun' where even 'ouer' most egregious reporters go to hang with other high class, but they only read each other because of "no visitors" there, what a blessing!

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  4. At every Costco I've been to they offer free samples

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    1. 2:48 at this one costco you ganna pay just to look at the goodies, and if you don't buy you die.
      Except if tha poolice gets their hands on you, then it is over for you and time to celebrate for the competitorz, they have won that one...they will have a lot of problem making the big trucks fit in the tunnels.

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    2. Lol, was gonna comment that, beat me to the punch.

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    3. I never sample at the stores, because they expect me to buy some of their shit, and become a permanent client, sheep, customer fó life,
      --I will sample grapes, and play with the radios.

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  5. Onother cds guy who switched sides and snitch3d on cds in Tijuana.

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  6. Great article Wachito. Thank you for your hard work updating this website. I love you!

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  7. What really happens is,the dude charges a fee for transportation! One dude might have 10,another 25,another dude 50 and so on! Its not their unloading product to somebody else! Owner of that truck charges anywhere from 1000-1500 dlls for each kilo without selling dope! And thats y u see different stamps and label so the owner or the workers know where to send the dope!

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  8. BBQ, us coast Guard and Canadian Navy got 26 tons of cocaine with a street value of 2 plus BILLION dollars. Damn. Who's is it? Heads will roll...has there ever been a bigger capture?

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    1. They always capture the drugs but don't follow them to the buyer. All this acomplishes is the big fish keep working while the mules end up by the thousands wasting space and resources in prison.

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    2. Those 26 tons were from a multiple number of different seizures. So all that dope does not belong to just one person one group.

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    3. in my Opinion that is really f'd up. 2 billion plus. That is such bs. Some mexican organization worked very hard for that to just be gifted to some idiot government agency.

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    4. Cds, because they are the best and toughest ever. I heard it in a corrido last weekend so it has to be true

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  9. Por no pagar plaza al apellido AF.

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    1. ... Y CDS No Van A Pagar Piso ... Still Working In Tijuas For Decades ... "Truth" , Can't Stop It = AF Wont Stop It ... 100%

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    2. AF is Tijuana's Cosa Nostra. It goes way back.

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    3. I'm sure CDs have worked in tijuas for decades.. But don't act like they act tax free..

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    4. CDS PAGA, cobertores, cobijas, sabanas, tape, wire, balazos, some times you can even chose where you want the balazos en el yoyo.

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  10. This article seems like they dont know all too much of what was going on.. So it was just the coke? No meth, h etc???? Seems like a regular stash location.. 631 keys isn't really all that much, not to sinaloa at least.

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  11. Where is El Guano?

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  12. What doe the "S.A." in the title stand for???

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    1. "SA'' in connection with a company or business name stands for ''Société Anonyme'' in French... because the article illustrates how criminal organizations operate like a business.

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  13. So yea like I said before the transport business plays a big part in how drugs are delivered across the nation. Someone mentioned having drivers DNA on file. Lol. But if you know anything about Mexicans that are in this country illegally its this: Many drivers drive everyday in the U.S. without a drivers license or insurance. I once drove 4 a good 2 years everywhere without either. And my years of experience in what all I can drive goes well into the double digits. - El Sol Perdido

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    1. Yep I have a brother in law in a food delivery business driving without license/insurance daily. Wasn't a big thing.

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    2. Ja ja here in California u can do anything. I drove with fake drivers license

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    3. Yeah, it is always "the mexicans".
      --but nobody organizes moving companies like other bad guys, they will move a gram or a ton of luggage in short noTice all the time, all week any day, rain or sleet.

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    4. What are you talking about. They wouldn't give you the product to transport if you didn't have legal documents to drive. They would be risking the merchandise just for a small issues like no license. So no. Most Narcos have people with legit licenses they don't use random drivers

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    5. Tan poco no mms guey en califas u can't make fake licenses if the popo pulls u over u going for fake documents

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    6. I drove a semi though California from San Diego to Washington and I got to say that California is one of the strictest states when it comes to cdl drivers. You can only drive 55 miles ph while most states you can drive 65 plus. There are also more weight stations and alot of traffic, they do alot of random inspections too.

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    7. Sol you keep being full of shit in ur comments.. Lol..

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  14. Dam it.... Asi esta LA cosa raza. El reaco modo, y LA reforma, are the colonias, that lead up to el Pacific. And an con todo...

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  15. Tijuano, where you at brother? Where are your stories at? You went off the reservation without notice. Stay healthy homie

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    1. We all miss Tijuanos stories, he needs to come back.

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    2. 1:15 Manden feria pa sacalo del bote al tijuas, men!

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  16. And what exactly are they going to do with that stash of drugs might I ask? I'm pretty certain that the government will profit greatly from that nice stash. I am sure of it.

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    1. 9:35 la van a chequiar, carefully, gram by gram.

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  17. By the 19 owners you mean the local dealers or the main persons sending the loads to TJ?? Looks like it was made for local retail.

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    1. If they don't make the labels there, it was all receiving, if they make labels there, it was all for shipping, and it leaves us thinking about the labs where they hide the packing houses, they must be tons of other monkeys there.

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  18. As long as a demand for narcotics in the US and the world continues. Profits from this demand will encourage anyone to get involved.
    Until the demand ceases criminal activities of such elaborate proportions will continue to flourish. I was always told that a true gangster is the one you would least expect. Due to his wits and cunniness . Hey it's business like any legit business out here. Nothing new. Sure there are more warehouses like these in all parts of the world where distribution and logistics is key for a successful company.

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  19. Thanks Wachi,
    YEP, I remember this one too.
    Zeta IS amazing.

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  20. you know what law enforcement did detect my shoes.

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    1. In US prisons they always know where the pimps hide their stash, cell phone, sock full of grifa, shank and pain pills, up the ass

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