Monday, July 31, 2017

El Culichi, CDS plaza boss in Torreon, Coahuila killed by Police

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Noreste article

Subject Matter: Oscar Santiago N, El Culichi, CDS, Coahuila
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


During the early hours of Sunday the 30th of July, there was a gun battle registered between an armed commando and elements of the Coahuila Force, in the Eduardo Guerra colonia in Torreon.

The Police managed to take down with gunfire an alleged leader of the Sinaloa cartel, identified as Oscar Santiago N, alias El Culichi, 30 years of age approximately.

The events occurred around 2 am in the morning, when the emergency system received reports that Coahuila Force were attacked by gunfire, and that the subject were aboard two vehicles on the crossroads of Lazaro Cardenas.




Unofficial information said that the Police were circulating in the Eduardo Guerra colonia, when their received gunfire by armed subjects. The vehicle that the alleged delinquents were travelling in was black Navigator with Coahuila plates, the agents signalled the driver to stop when he pulled out a weapon and opened fire.



The Police responded to the aggression and managed to take down the aggressor at the point of contact. The subjects body was lying face up in the street with his vehicle remaining in place.

At the place of incident, experts arrived and carried out the corresponding legal proceedings, and stated that the deceased received three shots to his chest, and secured a 9mm weapon, inside the vehicle they found a spare magazine for said firearm, 30 grams of drugs and a bullet proof vest.

Oscar Santiago, El Culichi, allegedly engaged in the sale and distribution of drugs in sectors of Torreon and Gomez Palacio, Durango.

The Attorney General of the State's Office, were responsible for collecting the evidence, securing the body and ordering the transfer of the body to SEMEFO facilities.

In addition, after the corresponding proceedings, the deceased was found to have a drivers license for the State of Sinaloa.



So far the investigations being carried out in the case have not confirmed if the man killed was indeed a leader of the Sinaloa cartel.

Original article in Spanish at Noreste.

78 comments:

  1. Como dicen las chapo fans, murio como todo un sinaloense. SI COMO PENDEJO.

    Culiiiiiichiiiiiii ya mataron a Pedro

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    1. And then if he would have gotten arrested, you would be whining about how corridos be talking about how they die in gun battles, but they just give up instead. You haters are never satisfied m

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    2. The polesias are just killing all the capos and mini-capos to steal their business, but always report "they were attacked or ambushed or both".

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    3. 3:29 all the greedy maricas that murdered "Pedro" Avilés are dead or in prison or got old in prison, por andar ahi de calientes.

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    4. 6:30 why are you defending pendejos?

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    5. Y de que le sirve el corrido ya muerto? Chino antrax got more corridos than most killed sinaloenses and hes locked up.

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    6. Yea but chino ántrax put in work.

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    7. Where did he put in work

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  2. Why have a bullet proof vest if it is not gonna be worn. Those vest do not work if they are on seats and not worn.

    Just sayin...

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    1. Unless you have a ceramic plate in your jacket, cat 3 kevlar is not going to stop green tip 5.56 rounds. Lots of these sicarios have bullet proof jackets, but I expect they dont carry the armor plates front and back of the jackets

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    2. Green tips are nothing to brag about. They are not armor penetrating bullets. Plus those bullets are meant to curve. Overrated at its finest.

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    3. What makes you think police use green tip in Mexico? Ar500 will also stop 556. Your making yourself look bad with your extensive tactical knowledge Otis. They are called "plate carriers" not bullet proof jackets.

      Atte: el tactico

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    4. @5:03 are you claiming green tip 5.56 will not penetrate cat 3 kevlar jacket?

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    5. Mexican narcos have armored vests full of insulation and foam made with flour bags, rarely have they paid for their equipment before they get killed.

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    7. After wearing that vest 24 /7 and carrying your gun and rifle plus ammo. Boredom will hit you and you will drop your guard. Happens to the best. The best thing to do is make a will and remember someone else will be pounding your woman in the near future.

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    8. @6:16 im not going to get into comment tennis with you, plate carriers is an American term, Im not American im English, and in general forum Ill use terms all can understand.

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    9. I think Otis is accurate. Even a standard 5.56mm 55gr round can pierce kevlar within effective range. Kevlar will absorb energy before penetrating, but downside of that is less energy is more likely to deflect inside body and damage organs. Even with breast plate a hit from a 5.56mm round will give you a burro kick to remember.

      I always thought it strange that when Zetas had Torreon controlled that CDS was there in Gomez Palacio. My friend with restaurant in Torreon says all has been tranquil again after many hard years with extortion.

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    10. 4:30 Ottis, first of all if you have it on chances are it will stop or at least minimize but if you dont have it on than it definitly will not stop. Btw. How do you know what ammo they were using? Not all are using armour pearcing, chances are they are using regular ball point ammo.

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    11. Al fin se lo cargo la calaca , thats what hes trying to say

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    12. @8:37 green tip was standard a while back for US army, I suspect most ammo the Mexican police is issued with is ex USA military stock. This would probably be the cheapest they can buy, though Fabrica Nacional de Municiones, the Mexican manufacturer of ammunition may also make this round under licence.
      The M855 with its steel tip was out of favour with the USA army after they realised that up against people with no body armor, it didn't deform much on impact and drilled a hole clean through, without imparting much energy into the target.
      Hence my guess that those forces going up against sicarios who often wear Kevlar, may well be using this round.

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    13. Kevlar against rifle rounds is pointless. Only level III and level IV ceramic or steel plates will stop a rifle round. You can find level IV steel plates on the internet for $250 front and back panels. These fools might need to invest in some instead of carrying gold plates 1911's to show how much power they have. Rest in Piss CDS scum belly.

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    14. I highly doubt the majority of Mexican sicarios wear the plates bro, like homeboy on the top said all that ammo plus plates in a hot environment is gruling even on the most experienced operator.

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    15. 2:05.
      All of your theories are just that-theories. You do not know what ammo was used, you don't even know what forces were there( were they regulars, specials etc.) it is all asumptions. Untill we know those details we are in the dark. Also, vests are not only against direct hit from high power rifles but against smaller caliber weapons, against ricochets etc. Another thing left out is what the bullet had to go through(glass, doors etc.) angle of impact makes huge difference, distance ...there is just too many variables to say vests don't work.

      If one is going to have equipment, one may as well use it, otherwise it is unnecessary weight.

      One thing is certain, the narco bussiness is a bussiness with many traps and pitfalls, danger may come from different sources not just millitary/police but also other narcos and not everyone is packing high power weapons and that is why vests are good to be worn.

      ;-)

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    16. 10:06AM
      Cid Blanco, you are wrong. In mathematics and formal logic some things are "100% proof".

      Thank you and goodnight.

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    17. I believe the green tips were invented during the cold war so they can pop holes into the Russian helmets. That was its main purpose. With that said they are not armor piercing bullets. Now they are strictly used by professional target shooters.

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    18. @7:48. Jaja - correct. In pueblo near ranch the boys appear with vests (no plates) and cuernos for anyone to see. The boys are friendly but I have sympathy because they are first dead when militar or criminales attack.

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    19. Well, David used a slingshot to elect himself a KING by shooting one poor one eyed jack on the eye.
      I will use my resortera.

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  3. agarraron al 15 , en atizapan seguro el mini lo puso

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  4. Culichii has died many times

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  5. In Colorado legalized marijuana. They says good for u. For me it kills my motivation. I don't want study and failed drug test at work i handle rides in a playgrounds

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    1. @6:28. Talk to anybody that's smoked 5-10 years 3 times daily and it' shows in their thinking, motivation, and intellectual thinking. I don't care what anyone says - regular pot use over many years makes people dumb, uninteresting to talk to, and permanently effects their lazy outlook. I did the opposite of my parents and by 23 I had 17 rentals homes and now I have over 1,200 doors multi family at 32. Weed may not kill but it limits potential and motivation and I thank god i had great parental guidance on what the hell not to do.

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    2. @4:34 you sir are correct long term use does have an effect and congrats on your real estate investment maybe you can give us some tips

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  6. He looks happy dead, his own cartel cant snitch him out now.

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  7. Sinaloa presence in Coahuila...???

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    1. I have explained many times when people are surprised about any cartels presence in any State. Cartels that own a border crossing, allow drug loads from anyone at all to cross through their territory. As long as piso for the load is paid. CDS crosses loads at every crossing on the frontier.
      When an mover wants a load through a particular crossing, he pays piso per kilo for the load to be moved. The cartel that owns the crossing, picks up the load at a pre-arranged point from the load originator ( could be any cartel) and escorts that load to the border. The escorts have no idea who the load belongs to or where its going or originates from. As long as the piso is paid, the load gets delivered.
      Any cartel will put shipments across all the crossing points, so if one load gets caught by a particular method, they might get a load through on the same method at a different crossing.
      Because of this there will be a team from each cartel on the border territory of each crossing state.

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    2. Yes. Zetas have been run out of Torreon for awhile now which would explain why it's been relatively quiet. I mean, compared to other places you know? Keep those butchers in Matamoros coah.

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    3. That is similar to retail stores, and any other business

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    4. Wrong. Sinaloa been having presence in the Laguna area of Durango and Coahuila. Don't believe do a little research they fought heavy with the Zetas that were once there in Gomez Palacio. I know people that lived in those areas when it was hell.

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    5. Otis i get what you're saying pay piso but doesn't it say he was a drug dealer for that area not smuggler? And thanks otis for your great articles thanks!

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    6. Torreon Coahuila is a major city in that state and is on the border with Durango (a CDS stronghold) so CDS fought hard a few years ago to take this city. Zetas still operate there still.

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  8. What kind of plaza boss drives around with no body guards and carries 30 grams himself?

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    1. That's because he was no plaza boss just street level drug dealear?

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    2. 7:40, personal stash, drop the charges.

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  9. What does the N at the end of his name stand for oscar santiago N is it for narco ? Thanks

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    1. "N" is for no name provided, even if they know who it is,
      "to protect the mexican government"

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  10. Typical tacuacha what do u expect!

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  11. All the Marina's have to do is start sniping these fucks when they spot them in stores, food spots, on the streets. No need to announce for a gun battle just have snipers start ripping them apart on a daily basis.

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    1. Chill out Hitman this aint a movie. theres halcones everywhere in the citiez and convoys of 100 humvee with .50 cal loaded up, i mean thats what the corridos say so it must be true

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    2. 12:29 "So it must be true" LOL are you a CIA?

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    3. 8:05 is a "loco duterte" nut hugger
      The price of sinking to the level of the murdering thugs is that many more of righteous hunters will be marked for death when criminals don't have much else to look for.

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  12. I thought coahuila belong to Z?

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    1. I miss Mexico what it used to be that is..

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    2. The Laguna area (Coahuila/Durango border) has been in dispute for a while.

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  13. En colima la baradora skinned some dudes alive according to blog del narco.

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    1. @9:50 saw thae shit from Manzanillo here the news paper article from like 2 weeks ago
      http://labanderanoticias.com/inseguridad/2017/07/14/imagenes-explicitas-decapitan-presunto-delincuente-dejan-narco-mensaje/

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    2. Weak answer from cds after cjng killed like 12 from cds and left narco manta.

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    3. Who is LA barredora en colima

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  14. Another so called cell boss. What have i said before? Cant be with out bodyguards in 2017. At least 4 guys armed to the teeth.

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    1. El Chapo used to travel round just himself in a pickup with one guy as a guard. The idea is not to draw any attention to yourself.

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    2. Easier for enemies to kill you...

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    3. That shit didnt work did it. Things are more fierce than ever. And this dumb motherfucker got smoked because he was sleeping. Add him to the list of guys who died for not having proper security.

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    4. Haha that's not how El Mayo rolls! I remember a post here and in BDN that Mayo went from Guadalajara to Sinaloa in a 50 suv convoy, people would see all kinds of men come out with weapons when they would stop at places. Eventually military spotted them.. shot it out.. but he made it. You have to roll deep.. 10, 20, 50+ trucks, boss in 5th from the front, military road block ahead, first 4 stop & engage (buy time) rest of the convoy keeps going.. thats how you do that shit!

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    5. Haganle como El Donal' chingao,
      el donal' trai puros ex agents del FBI que andaban investigandolo por sus Russian Ties con Russian Mafiosos desde antes que fuera "fashionable", y ellos golpean gente mamona.

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  15. If el mini gave himself up I think one of mayos kids might be getting out. Elpelon de los angeles

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  16. looks more like a execution ....if it was a gun fight there would be bullet hole in the suv
    .,,why would he stand in the middle of the road no cover no vest ...

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  17. Looks like mini lic is singing like karaoke night on Monday

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    1. Hey prestenme su sacapuntas.
      Y dejen al mini-Lic en paz.

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  18. You got Sinaloenses working with CDS, BLO, Gulf Cartel, La Linea, CJNG, in fact La Linea plaza boss el dos letras is from Culiacan, don't think just because they are from Sinaloa they are CDS.

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    1. You forgot Sinaloenses working with the Z and CAF also.

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    2. Right but most work gor cds or beltranes

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  19. Makes you wonder how CDS can operate today in a Z state like Coahuila...

    Solid Snake Stealth?

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    1. Coahuila is not longer the "empire" of the Z like it used to be it has divided and weakened. Now we have Z, CDN, Old School Z, Zetas Del Sur.

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  20. Hold up! Hold up a minute! I've been reading through these comments and somehow some of you have it down to what ammo they even used... green tip 5.56 and shit.. tell me WHERE the hell does it say that even a rifle was used let Alone what round lmao unless there's a piece to this shit that I'm not seeing here if anything there's a 9mm, it says 9mm not no fuckin green the tip 5.56 lmao gtfoh

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    1. El Cullichi had a nine mm on him, that's the 9mm in the article, its on the road next to his body. In the photo of the Coahuila Fuerza elements, they are all armed with AR15 variants. Its not a huge leap of the imagination to think that's what he was engaged with.

      Since you couldn't figure any of that out, even though its in the article and the pictures, I would guess you are not the sharpest tool in the box, just a tool.

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