Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Tijuana: "El Chacal" of Los Monitos detained

El Chacal of Los Monitos detained

Alberto Avila Alverado aka "El Chacal" was arrested by Los PEP, after being out of custody for just over a year. Chacal, reminiscent of Manuel Luis Toscano, 'El Mono" has been arrested repeatedly over the past 6 years, his arrests chronicling the shifting fortunes of Tijuana's retail drug cells.

El Chacal in 2011
This time, Chacal was detained with a firearm and doses of crystal or heroin, in Colonia Villas De Alamo.  He is said to have warrants for homicide, and kidnappings from 2014, which didn't seem to deter him from being released last time.  

In early 2011, Chacal was arrested in possession of weapons and two kilos of cocaine, he was said by press reports to be a direct subordinate of Fernando Sanchez Arellano.  Chacal's responsibility was managing Zona Norte's drug trade, under his relative "El Mono's" banner, which was aligned with CAF, at the time.  

He was said to be 21 years old at the time, making him closer to 27 now.  Chacal was released sometime after, and continued to work with "El Mono", and his brothers, and extended family in Zona Norte, as the blood feuds in Tijuana, and Zona Norte escalated.  

El Chacal in 2015
Mono was arrested in summer 2012, released, re arrested in 2013, and released, and finally executed in April 2015, shot multiple times at closer range, at a La Mesa taco stand, after meeting his probation officer.  His death was linked to Los Aquiles, but rumors persisted he was betrayed by inner circle, those more loyal to CAF then to Mono, who had become increasingly reckless.  

By that time, El Inge had been captured, the previous summer, and CAF had largely disbanded, in any real force or form.  It's top members had been arrested, and then came a wave of executions, targeting former or current members, throughout 2015, including the brother of Melvin Gutierrez, "El Kecho", "El Illames", and "El Sailor", who was placed in trash bags with a note from Los Aquiles, though it was revealed his own people killed him. 

In May 2015, El Chacal is arrested again, in his familiar position of running and operating tiendtas in Zona Norte, as the CJNG and CTNG begin to accelerate their control of neighborhoods for retail drug cells, pushed back against "El Griego", and Los Aquiles, principal Sinaloa backed cells in the city.

El Chacal in 2017
El Chacal was arrested in Playas De Tijuana, by municipal police, in possession of weapons, money, and drugs just after the killing of El Mono.  He was said to be at war with Raul Miranda Ordaz "El Alejo", and Aquiles backed cell leader, accused of dozens of kidnappings and killings.  It was also revealed he was the brother in law of El Mono. 

In the near two years since then, Chacal was released again, and continued to operate in Zona Norte, said to be aligned with elements of CTNG, in their two front battle with Los Uriartes and Los Aquiles, the former said to be operating in a truce, after years of killing.  It's difficult to say where exactly his loyalties lay now, likely to his family members in Los Monitos, Los Iqualitos, and some form of relationship with CTNG. 

The tale of El Chacal, whose family members have been killed, executed, arrested, in the name of blood money, crystal, and betrayal illustrates the realities of Tijuana, from Zona Norte, to the corrupted, co opted law enforcement, legal system, and all branches of government.  

Chacal will again be released, the charges against him are likely minor, and he has enough currency and clout to be set free.  He will kill his enemies, and they will kill him.  It's the only fate for those marked men who walk through the blood, and the meth pipes, the killings and strangling, the bodies wrapped in blankets, with messages on their chest, and ice picks through their heart.  

La Zona will go on, the fever dreams of meth addicts and sex tourists, others, innocent of such behavior, but trapped in a world of vicious killings, casual brutality, small caliber bullets behind the ear, in barely furnishedstash houses, the stench of death washes over the streets, clings to the globitos, the crystal, the heroin marks on a homeless addicts arm, curled in the fetal position, on Calle Coahuila. 

Sources: Zeta Tijuana, AFN Tijuana


29 comments:

  1. A continuous improvement from Mexican judiciary system I see!
    A habitual criminal whose clearly a danger to society and yet released?
    It's these inept government policies which in my opinion does not do Mexican citizens justice.
    The lack of tolerance to such individuals to begin again what societies deems as unproductive and a nuisance .
    Mexico needs to impose stricter sentencing. Maybe it's time to implement the 3 strikes law.
    May be a deterrent to criminals and an awakening.
    Who knows but something has to budge for a better future for Mexico.

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    1. You are so ignorant it literally reeks of MSM (=Main Stream Media) brainwashing! It never occur to you that bribery is at the core of mexican society and money makes ANYTHING possible there.

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    2. They gonna release him from detention then two years later he's gonna be eating menudo in a restaurant and some kids gonna rain on him with ar15. That's justice .

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    3. Money makes anything possible anywhere

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    4. Reply to 8.19 am. I don't think I am Main Stream Madia . Rather Mexican/American who I like many see the continuous Mexican judiciary lacking respect to society. A judiciary system which disregards its citizens and its country of unwanted citizens back into a society which is plagued by violence. Excuses nor assumptions for such behavior is not valid here. Ignorance can be contained if applicable measures were implemented.
      Stronger sentencing guidelines is so direly needed for a country in chaos.
      Moreover, I truly believe that everything begins from home . How upbringing is the the focal point of values and morals . It's not the responsibility of teachers and policing nor government to raise ones child from right and wrong.
      If my ideals seem too Main Stream sure this type of stereotype applies to majority of Mexican citizens who feel the same.
      Ignorance should not be tolerated nor compromised for a peaceful society.

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    5. 9:18 parents do not send their kids to school to deal drugs or to be initiated into using them, it is there that they get into it, but that is never investigated, it goes with the clicas and gangbanging, you blame the parents that have to work long hours for the corruption of their children because you are juan pendejo.ay e you would like to exterminate the poor broke ass parents or their children even before they become drug traffickers or addicts?
      --Why not castrate the parents before they become poor uneducated parents of addicts?
      --Whatever makes you happy honey...

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  2. Nice story.. I want to know who is running CAF now what the fuck happened to the Sister of the arellanos why just let all of Tj go and let there dynasty end..

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    1. Enedina was only into the money laundering side of the business. Meaning she doesn't have the same clout as the people actually supplying the drugs and shipping them across the border. My thought is she picked up her toys and went home a few years ago. Most likely enjoying her millions on a beach somewhere.

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  3. Nice article, I haven't read too many about TJ lately. I know things happen in TJ everyday, just doesn't get too much attention. Keep up the good work BB.

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  4. No matter where you travel in this world. It's a guarantee you'll come across a Mexican wearing an Aeropostale shirt. They wear the hell out of that clothing line. Seems as though it's a fashionable thing 2 do. It's almost like watching soldiers in uniform. You can spot them from far far away. Take note all you federal agencies. - Sol Prendido

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    1. True wife has family that live in USA but when they come visit us in California they go straight to the mall or where they sell Aeropostale and buy all that stuff LOL

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    2. It's because it's the poor man's Polo.

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    3. You can always spot that one private with his high and douche along with his coyote boots

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    4. Im crying over here poor mans polo ... snitch

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  5. el cockrochito. dummy, get a job, find religion?

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  6. Is this the guy that does Sabado Gigante?
    Ha馃ぃ

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    1. Who watches Sabado Gigante these days

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    2. Don francisco, life time lover of pinochet "in spite of his mass murdering genocide, torture houses, tortures and other political assassinations, eager for any theory that justifies his motherfacking life... After more that 45 years...

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  7. What did you expect chapo sold oranges

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  8. Dam this Chacal monito looks like a real Bad Hombrei.. Aaaaaahahahahaha

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  9. Tj is too hot these days.... it's got the worst homicide rate than ever before. I'm not crossing the border.

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    1. Dude stfu. Hate when people try to give out traveling tips. The most basic stuff.
      everyone already knows that.
      You should put stuff like. Don't forget to fill up your gas tank before leaving Los Mochis Sinaloa. Cause there was a lot of Bajadores robbing the people down the 15. Basic as shit you be saying lol

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  11. Tj is not dangerous I go to clubs Hong Kong adelitas all the time it's a Mexican version of DisneyLand if you need any party favors just ask a stripper never have any problems there

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  12. Where are their necks?
    _Canadian girl

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