Tuesday, June 20, 2017

"El BaBay" Jefe de Plaza of Cabo San Lucas Arrested

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from Debate

Arrest of "El BaBay" and Search of his Vehicle in CSL 

June 19, 2017
Additional Info from Colectivo Pericue,
BCS Noticias, Zeta

Captured: "El Babay", Abraham Cervantes Escareaga. He is  identified as the alleged leader of a cell of the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion / CTNG in Tijuana  and as one of the main generators of violence in the Los Cabos, BCS area. "El BaBay" is also the alleged successor of "El Javier" who controlled the plaza of San Jose del Cabo.

He was detained in a joint operation of the Navy Secretariat (Semar), the National Defense (Sedena), the Attorney General's Office (PGR) and the Federal Police in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur.


He was detained in a joint operation of the Navy Secretariat (Semar), the National Defense (Sedena), the Attorney General's Office (PGR) and the Federal Police in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur.

After several days of intelligence work, monitoring and surveillance, elements of the Security Cabinet detected "El Babay" and a companion on board a vehicle and the joint security forces initiated a stop and then a search. There were many rumors during the morning hours later confirmed by authorities.

"In the interior of the vehicle were two long arms and a short gun, armaments for the exclusive use of the Armed Forces, as well as several doses presumably of drugs, cash and communication equipment, which led to the arrest of the two people, a man and a woman," the federal government said in a joint statement.

"El Babay" is identified as alleged leader of a cell of the Tijuana Cartel that operates in that entity and as one of the main generators of violence in that municipality.

Unofficial information sources speculate that he could possibly be tied to the wave of violence in San Jose del Cabo in confrontations with rival cells.

"Seeding the Terror"
The name ''El BaBay" has been seen on various "narco mantas" over the last few years which have been hung on bridges and fences.

Threats Against Journalists in General and Colectivo Pericue in Particular
( Please Don't Forget Max ! )
The detainees and secured evidence / objects were placed at the disposal of the Sub-Delegation of the Attorney General's Office (PGR) in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, where they are awaiting SEIDO
personnel (Deputy Attorney General's Specialized in the Investigation of Organized Crime)

The crimes charged against Abraham Cervantes Escareaga could include drug trafficking, money laundering, and possession of arms and explosives for the exclusive use of the armed forces.

38 comments:

  1. This what i hate about this cowards from cartel jalisco they like to run their big mouth and mess with the hard working people but when the Government Forces detained them they surrender like the The big P.*tas That they are where their military training they supposly have lol Bunch of fat cowards is what they are
    Tijuana Hard Working Girl

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    1. 6:24 Hey girl I have work for you, i'll buy you shoes...

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    2. Cds and aRellanos aka CAF do the same thing there in Tijuana , what you winning about lol

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    3. No amount of training will protect anyone when there's 50 caliber bullets being shot at you from a helicopter.

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  2. Shut your face! This could be a mask for another criminal organization!
    They call it "BB"
    Babay.

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  3. 100 pesos de fianza por tres pistolas, no sweat.

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  4. Great, now drug trafficking will end thanks to this capture. Like it did when they caught el chapulin. Great job.

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    1. And it only took 30 years, cost us 100's of billion and 100's of 1000 of deaths from the resulting violence, but in the end it paid off because finally there are no more drugs around.
      Well done boys!

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    2. 11:39 James S C Chao, million dollar level contributor and father in law of US Senate speaker Mitch Mc Connell, father of new secretary of transportation Elaine Chao had one big ship of his "loaded with coal" caught in colombia en route to Amsterdam, some 90 pounds of cocaine, worth about 7 million dollars, "mister McConnell is a proposal e t of e handed penalties for marihuana 'violations'

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  5. Right after the heads found in a cooler.

    How kwik n convenient, thank you come again.

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  6. Thanks for the article :)
    Now I can say
    CAF/CJNG are done

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    1. If he is respected he will continue to control his turf from behind bars and ifs hes a nobody then the next man has already tooken his place

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  7. I believe in justice and a fair trial. But there is no justice to be had in Mexico and this just keeps going on. Time for old western justice and just put a bullet in their heads when they are caught. Especially the leaders. This is getting old and tiresome to see this continue. These people just not be breathing air.

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    1. WTF wake up dude! Bullets are being put in heads at an unprecedented rate. There are massacres every day!!! We dont need more bullets. We need less corruption and less poverty!

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    2. Well then get a job!

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    3. 8:41 I got me a J🔷B man, and then another and another,
      I think it was a trap.

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    4. 11:45 You are repeating what I have said. I live in Mexico. When I said there is no justice, it is obvious that I am talking about corruption. I am talking about killing these criminals on the spot so the corrupt government cannot protect them anymore and that will have an effect on massacres of innocents everyday. So people can travel without worry and people can progress without fear of extortion and more. In one article even the soldiers are said they would rather stay on the barracks because it is catch and release because of the corrupt judges. circumvent the judges and take the decision out of their hands. People will flourish once you start eliminating criminals that are counter productive to progress.

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  8. LOL i thought Jalisco/CAF warriors die on the line?

    lol.. just another fat greasy meth head. cheerleaders mental gymnastics in 3... 2... 1...

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    1. This man will be released in a week.

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    2. U are correct 2:13 am

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    3. That's what cds corridos say but NEVER do lol

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  9. Nothing will change

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  10. -Desde Tierra Caliente-

    No es el gran problema encontrar a estas personas. No es el gran problema detener a estas personas. Es el gran problema convencerlos y mantenerlos encarcelados. Leí los comentarios sobre la policía y la corrupción. Pero cuando los sicarios hablan con una uniformidad les preguntan qué les gustaría más. ¿Estar muerto o tener dinero y una familia segura? Tantos comentarios y tan poca comprensión.

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    1. 1400 private security mexican firms correctly registered and an estimated 10 000 more can not solve mexico's crime problem because they are the worst of the criminals in mexico.
      --Washington Post/ Jan 20 2012
      "Security Contractors See Opportunitis, and Limits, in Mexico
      By Nick Miroff and William Booth

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    2. Totally agree!
      Mexico will continue to ravage the country. Impoverishment will continue within its citizens. While those corrupt elite continue to reap the benefits.
      No future exists for those citizens until those corrupt practices are removed. That you can take to the bank my friend!

      E42

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  11. He will get released in a few weeks just like they all do, if he's not wanted in the U.S, he will walk. Cjng are sure making a killing in cabo, dona letty is not ready for such violence.

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    1. My thoughts exactly

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  12. Soo...el Bebe was known to authorities for years, but they only had surveillance on him for a few days? Hmm..
    While it's good that he was arrested, surely the policia know much about the other cockroaches he associated with. Not sure why the authorities don't just "RAID" the whole nest at once and be done with it.

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  13. Can anyone just start a cartel these days

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    1. Pos aqui ya tenemos a varias locotonas listas,
      preguntar por mi El Sol Perdido.

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    2. 2:38 A como recuerdas tanto a tu camote. Cuando quieras te dejamos caer la ancla ⚓️. - Sol Prendido

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    3. There is a so called group calling themselves; Bola de mierda. No references required!

      E42

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    4. There are 63 different cartels operating in Mexico, so your answer is yes.

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    5. @9:54 The word "cartel" is probably one of the most misused words in English (and in Spanish) Every dictionary definition I have seen essentially says a cartel is a group of individuals that combine to fix prices on certain goods and services. That is why the US Govt. quit using the term and now refers to what most people call cartels as Transnational Criminal Organizations. Some of those 63 groups you refer to are cartels, some are TCO's and some are just gangs. But there are not 63 different true cartels in Mexico.

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    6. dd en sinaloa se le llama grupo. Grupo sinaloa grupo juarez ect.

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  14. Juez Federal, Eduardo Velasco Treviño,
    Federal Judge let him out with a fine of $ 50,000 Pesos for carrying arms.
    That is roughly $ 2,750 US Dollars

    I guess the good judge wants to live.


    BCS NOTICIAS today, June 27, 2017

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  15. " El BaBay" rearrested already and carted off to Mexico City as per Zeta 6/28/17

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