Tuesday, September 5, 2017

"El Guero Chihuahua" of CAF Detained for Trafficking

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from Zeta

Adan Rodriguez Guevara aka "El Guero Chihuahua"

Sept 4, 2017 Tijuana BC
For the purpose of extradition and in coordination with US authorities, the State Preventive Police (PEP) captured Adán Rodríguez Guevara "El Güero Chihuahua" at 6 pm on Thursday, August 31. That was the information provided by the authority in its first reports. They then stopped the flow of information on the grounds that it could cause conflict in coordination and in process.

Of the detainee, "El Guero Chihuahua", the Baja California Coordination Group has this information: "he has a lot of money, owns a restaurant and a bar, trafficks cocaine to the United States and within the local criminal organization is identified as the chief of assassins and right-hand man of José Manuel Núñez López, "Don Balas", a  criminal lieutenant of the Cartel Arellano Felix (CAF).

According to public records, this is the third time that the Baja California Coordination Group has arrested the man named Adan Rodriguez Guevara: the first time he was arrested by the PEP in 2004 and identified as the leader of the group of thugs called "Los Omegas" in the service of Núñez Lopez.

Four years later, on September 26, 2008, he was apprehended along with Manuel Núñez Lopez ,"Don Balas", by members of the Tijuana municipal police, headed by then secretary Lieutenant Colonel Julián Leyzaola, on suspicion of having shot into the car of the director of the PEP.


Nine years ago, the two traffickers and three accomplices were transferred by the Office of Specialized Investigation of Organized Crime (SEIDO) to Mexico City, identified as responsible "for the transfer of drugs to the United States and executions of traffickers of rival gangs".

On January 11, 2009, through communiqué 018/09 issued by the Attorney General's Office it was announced:  "Do to the legal determination of files related to organized crime, the Third District Court in the state of Nayarit, has issued a formal order  for Luis Gutiermo Chávez García, Oscar Adán Rodríguez Guevara, alias "El Güero Chihuahua", and Andrés Ulises Álvarez Baldovino, for their presumed responsibility of Delinquency and Organized Crime with the purpose of committing crimes against Health and Transportation of Firearms meant for the Exclusive Use of Mexican Armed Forces.

"Secured were  a 5.7 x 28 caliber weapon, a .45 caliber Colt gun, a 38-caliber supergun and a 9mm caliber weapon, respectively; these people are linked with an assault with firearm projectiles on a police unit where several police elements were injured; besides being related to CAF, the Arellano Felix Cartel. "

In 2011 the local authorities learned of the release of "Don Balas" but they do not know when he returned to the street with "El Güero Chihuahua".

PEP Captured Guevara in Fraccionamiento Chapultepc, Tijuana BC
He is presumed innocent until he is  declared guilty by the judicial authority according to Art.3 CNPP.

From February 2016 when the drug traffickers restarted, the name of Adan Rodriguez Guevara returned to the public light in narco mantas and posters that criminal of the CNJG and the Cartel of Sinaloa hung on different bridges of Tijuana listing the members of this faction of CAF  as "The Pilots".

In addition to "El Güero Chihuahua" they mentioned: Manuel López Núñez, Crescencio Murillo Beltrán, Mario Rodríguez, Fausto Esteban Nides, Arturo Cosme Espinoza, Enrique Jorquera Guerrero, Próspero Medina, Pedro Quintero Velázquez, Luis Medina García, Edgar Ruiz, Roberto Parnás, José Medallo, Juan Lorenzo Vargas.



In the ZETA edition of February 26, 2016, Tijuana's then-secretary of security, Alejandro Lares, referred to: "... the criminal ascent of Adán Rodríguez Guevara, "El Güero Chihuahua", to whom they link to the series of conflicting messages that the authorities had received in recent months.

"His people and their subordinates have orders to give false information to the authorities, say that they belong to the opposing criminal groups and that their leader is one of Sinaloa's lieutenants. It's one of them that brings us all this trouble, " said a police officer in reference to a number  of executions.

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In 2016 it was reported that the United States government classified "El Guero Chihuahua" as responsible for the transfer of cocaine and crystal meth to US territory.

An unofficial version indicates that "El Guero Chihuahua" is also nicknamed "P14", who was already imprisoned in the United States, where he obtained parole benefits, but fled, returned to Tijuana and changed his name. He was laundering money as an entrepreneur. However, the apprehending group of authorities did not confirm this information.

Official information:

Baja Ca State's AIC refers to Adan Rodriguez Guevara as:  "Chief of a  Criminal Structure Operating in Baja California". 

In Tijuana, Baja California, elements of the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) completed a provisional arrest warrant for international extradition for  Oscar Adan "N" for the crimes of criminal association, crimes against health and money laundering.

He is considered as head of structure of a criminal organization with presence in that border city; is presumed to be responsible for directing, managing and monitoring the illicit activities of the criminal group. It is also pointed out as one of the main generators of violence in the entity.

Oscar Adan "N" is required to appear by the Federal District Court for the Southern District of California in the USA.

He will be interned at CEFERESO,  the Decentralized Body for Prevention and Social Rehabilitation of the National Security Commission. His arrest was made in strict adherence to due process and at all times his rights were respected.

30 comments:

  1. CAF is loosing ground and power in Tijuana now that cjng stepped in the picture

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    1. I thought caf was dead? So they say?

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    2. Caf is not dead but close to it

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    3. Right......10:14.
      Will have the same talk 5 yrs from now and you'll be still saying thw same old crap. Just two more weeks until they're fully dead lol. Funny guy.

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    4. As far as the dope game maybe,but the Arellanos are entrenched in legal business in Tijuana.so the Arellano name will always have a presence in Tijuana my friends.

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    5. Well the original arellanos are dead or in prison so it's only natural for that cartel to go down hill.

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  2. Damn bunch of narcojuniors at the top of the organizational chart. Javier's son, Ramon's son, even looks like El Mono Toscano's son is in there.

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  3. he owns a nice restaurant in tijuana called, Tabule, its nice but the food sucks,

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    1. The restaurant is very elegant and the food is actually very delish

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    2. personally, i didn't like the food, I prefer cabanna or campero. :D

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  4. Any idea what a guy at this level might be making a year? If he had a restaurant I'm guessing is was for laundering so he must have been doing fairly well.

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    1. How did you justify that amount? You his accountant? No mames. Ya vaz a empezar. Youre like comandante perra.

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    2. Hahahaha what happened to that guy

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  5. He's an authentic one. My respect.

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    1. He is a lowlife shithole and deserves no respect. Only a dirtbag resüects a criminal and murderer.

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    2. A low life with one confirm business property and others yet to be found. Esos del Cartel Arellano. Si que son de trabajo no mamadas.

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  6. @Wachito, what do you think about that organizational chart?

    Wouldn't any son of Cholo and Tigrillo's sister be about 15?

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    1. i like how they named "Crescencio" Mencho Beltran, they usually call him Chencho, and he has family links to a CJNG representative in Tijuana, maybe thats why they wrote his name as Mencho Beltran.... Chencho has a lot of nephews working in TJ, hey @J, heres my email el.wachito187@gmail.com,

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    2. Chencho is a diminutive of Crecencio, I reckon.

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    3. It´s the other way around J, Tigrillo and cholo´s sister son, Tigrillo´s son was 10 yrs old when his dad was arrested in 2006, that makes him 21-22 yrs old now.

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  7. Piloto is a myth. Benjamin doesn't even acknowledge the cartel he founded anymore. Enedina is long gone in Incongito island enjoying the lavish millions of blood money she inherited from the once powerful extinct cartel. All the other individuals on that chart are independent small time pushers pushing kilos not metric tons. Yeah

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  8. What's there not to say that he will walk away again to resume activities?
    Let's just hope justice prevails!
    Mexican citizens can definitely need peace.

    E42

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  9. I wonder what happen3d to the CAF fan base? I think most jumed ship to cds since cjng took over the city. I remember a few months back with people from Tijuana talking big stuff about CAF until recent articles that discredited their information, now CAF is on their last bteath

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    1. Real gangsters don't have "fans".

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    2. What recent articles mr. Knows it all but doesnt have a fucken clue what he's talking about!!??? They been on there "last breath" since 08 was when i first heard the narcoanalistas death sentence. Do yourself a favor STFU.

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    3. "His people and their subordinates have orders to give false information to the authorities, say that they belong to the opposing criminal groups and that their leader is one of Sinaloa's lieutenants" Saludos a la Vieja Escuela del CAF. Menos Ruido Mas Accion. @8:01am

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    4. The last tijuana article where it shows cartel presence mistly from cds and cjng. Caf was only in a small dot, the aeea they controlled by san isidro. Don't be mad bro, it's not my fault, just stating facts 😃

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    5. The narcoanalistas ever changing map!? That article? And you read this at Zeta? Lmao

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  10. Caf don't call it a comeback

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