Wednesday, August 1, 2018

3 Criminals with Arsenal Arrested near Tecate, BC

Translated By Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta

 July 31, 2018              Luis , Benjamin , and Jose , not necessarily in that order

Elements of the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena) and Municipal Police officers detained three men carrying six small arms and two R15 rifles in the town of Valle de las Palmas near Tecate, early Monday morning.

This is Luis Javier Santa Rosa Rodriguez, 33 years old and originally from San Diego, California; José Antonio Ponce Hernández, 35 years old and originally from Nayarit, as well as Benjamín Ayala, 38 years old and originally from Michoacán.

The men were confiscated six pistol-type handguns, two nine-millimeter caliber, three .40 caliber and a .38 special, as well as two R15 assault rifles with various cartridges.



According to the report of events, Benjamín Ayala was caught urinating in the street, next to a gray Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck with plates from California, who, when noticing the presence of the police forces, chose to throw the gun he was carrying into the street.

Inside the vehicle, were the other two men. Luis Javier Santa Rosa Rodríguez at the wheel and José Antonio Ponce Hernández with a long gun in the passenger seat. In this pick up were found, in addition to the R15 rifle, a 40 caliber pistol, a 9mm caliber and a special 38 caliber revolver.

Benjamin Ayala was driving a gray Ford Explorer truck, in which were found a long gun .223 caliber, two guns caliber 9mm, and a 40 caliber gun.


All weapons were secured, in addition to a 223-gauge charger and a 40-gauge charger were also located, also supplied in full, as well as long-range binoculars.

56 comments:

  1. I was driving to Parral from Chihuahua and passed through Satevo at about 11:00 AM. We were stopped at a checkpoint (reten) by government agents in uniforms we had never seen before. Apparently a more elite group that was not beholding to criminal groups was in charge. They were not Navy, Marines, regular police or Federal police that could be paid off. They were stopping many vehicles. Apparently finding many arms and other illegal things not mentioned in the article. In the very early morning criminal narco groups were killing other criminal narco groups that were in the business of stealing gas. Killing your competition is a way of doing business in Mexico, and not happening with just members of criminal groups. Four criminals killed and one ministerial police that was going to investigate one of the incidents of the road from Satevo to Delicious. Read the article below.

    https://www.elsoldeparral.com.mx/local/posible-enfrentamiento-armada-en-el-municipio-satevo

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    1. Only Falsos Positivos "confront" the armada, the marinas, the army or the polesias, they always lost the war and could not write the real story, but in Colombia they did it, more than a quarter million dead still fight Alvaro Uribe Velez and his murdering polesias nacional and Colombian army and AUC and his guerrilla bands of drug traffickers...

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    2. I can cross border in Texas, kill a few cartel members, with a rifle from a distance, (sniper shooting) and have no sampathy, as they have killed relatives. Police don't investigate.

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    3. Thanks , I will look into this.

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    4. Now that is some actual reporting... Good job, guy who posted the link to that story.

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    5. 6:38am how about you try that, and see how far you get 😈

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    6. 6:38 you will regarded as a hero. Hope you speaKing the truff.

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    7. So what will happen to these morons?

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    1. No the first guy just woke up and had his coffee he is full of energy ready to start the day. The second guy just got done with a long hard days work hes ready for bed. Dont be so quick to judge mijo.

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    2. Looks like u never been close to drug addicts or never sold drugs

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    3. Heroin addicts. No doubt. Heroin addicts are losers who are usually gangster rejects.

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    4. @ Henry, looks like you’ve never been close to sarcasm.

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    5. hahah you got trolled hard @6:42

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  3. A wanna be Cartel criminals, they did not have the bribe money, to get thier faces blacked, therefore we see full face.

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    1. Washed up cholos trying to be cool

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  4. Nasty low-life loosers!

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    1. You know, that is the reason I posted this, what would otherwise be just another
      idiotic crime story. They really are probably just low life losers , not to mention HIGH w GUNS. Got caught taking a piss no less. And there are thousands more just like them all over the place. These sure aren’t Cartel heavyweights, what makes them think this is cool? It’s Not, anywhere in the world and they are probably back out already getting high and laughing about it.

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    2. Hahaha Yaqui getting all judgemental.

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    3. Hmm, I am not so sure it's so simple as to think people join these organizations because they think it's cool. There are certainly the naive youthful types who have a romanticized version of what it means to be a criminal, but many are recruited forcibly due to family ties or have little other option to support their family due to living in conflict zones which have driven away legal businesses and job opportunities.

      One must remember the economic impact conflict of any kind imparts on its area of effect. Middle & upper class families flee with their resources, which means the only thing left to do to feed your kids is start selling drugs or stealing cars.

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    4. come on...don"t be a Willis, she has earned the right 9:14 don't you think?

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    5. Well, I am quite aware of all of what you mention @10:07. However, they don’t look either too young or naive nor is their any organization named.
      Perhaps you know from the tatts.
      Then there is the infamous “revolving door”.

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    6. "Earned that right".please explain how she's earned the right to judge?by the looks of it sounds like yaqui is just an average judgemental snitch coward conformist.js but yes we all know these dudes are losers.but then again so are you "reporting" or better yet chismiando.

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    7. ok...I did not say I completely agreed, but she has the right to her opinion...verdad? that is what I meant.

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    8. 6:24 Yaqui has earned, her reporting gets posted, she has opinions, and is more serious about our special BB than your angry sorry ass, she should not be answering anything to you,
      because you are one pendejo waste of time.

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  5. Not that it's a big deal to me but when a Mexican News agency like Zeta news reports a capture or arrest, ain't they supposed to black out their face. If that recently change, that's ok with me

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    1. I've really only ever noticed the pattern that they cover the faces of those who have already bought their way out of their handcuffs. The types of people who are in prison for a few weeks at most and are released for 'lack of evidence.'

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    2. Government supplied fotos have blocked eyes and "N" for second names, journalists and reporters do not usually do that.

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  6. No, do not cover these faces, for it is their sacrifice to the Aztec God of War they must be seen.

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  7. Dude in the green shirt photo bomb the first dude jajaja

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    1. guy in the middle has a chest tattoo that says PERRO !

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  8. 1st pic with the guy in the background looking like he’s ready for that porn to begin. Lol. 3rd pic has a sloppy dress right dress presentation. - Sol Prendido

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  9. Low life sewereño gang bangers

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    1. Don't hate chapete.

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    2. Bad parenting and upbringing detected. Kids fighting over colors.

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    3. Low life norcaca banger

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  10. Keep getting tattoos boys. Someday you will have an impressive dad bod like that to show off those tattoos...

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  11. They should execute them in the town square. Fight fire with fire. L

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    1. “They should execute them in the town square”

      Not before having dressed them in lingerie. As i said time and time again, killing these lacras is not enough, they have to be completely humiliated and degraded.

      El Martillo

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    2. Just put a bullet in their head and get over with it. These fools want to dress them up and shit. Ain’t nobody got time for that.

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    3. Historically speaking in any war, civil, transnational or otherwise that strategy has never worked and achieves the opposite effect. The fear of death only deters the innocent, who are not liable to become involved in the conflict in the first place.

      As well as those who are not truly capable of the sort of atrocities we've become used to in these bitter criminal infightings.

      Public execution - in fact death of any kind is something these criminals are well aware of to be their fate. Any operator of an organization such as these knows their life will be fast paced but short lived, and this is noted time and time again in biography after biography. Public execution would not deter them as a result, rather, it would only do what such actions have done in the past. Cause recruitment to go up as the friends of those killed feel a burning sense for revenge.

      We see the same thing in the Middle East when drone strikes take out entire families. It deters no one, but suddenly you have an entire town vying to pick up arms because overwhelming force is understood as being inherently morally corrupt.

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    4. @8:52

      Tell that to El Marino Loko. Tell him that we ain’t go time for that.

      What you don’t understand is that allowing these fuckers to die a “perceived” honorable (or at least not degrading) death will never stop the circle.

      Degrading them, making sure that nobody will want to imitate them, can go a long way. And for these perros being degraded is much worse than being dismembered. For degradation, true degradation, doesn’t allow you to be remembered as a powerful man who killed a lot of people, degradation destroys not only you, but even your legacy and whatever “charism” you may have exercised.

      A kid may want to imitate a powerful badass man who was glorified by the pinches corridos and died in a blaze of glory. A stupid and uneducated kid may find that fascinating.

      But nobody will find that fascinating if the alleged big bad machos dies after having been forced to dress in lingerie and make out with another perro, with lipstick on his lips, only to be hanged upside down in the public plaza in the end, for everyone to see.

      Degradation, my friend. Humiliation. Death kills an enemy. Degradation destroys him. Think again before calling other people fools if you don’t know these dynamics.

      El Martillo

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    5. @10:03

      “Public execution would not deter them as a result, rather, it would only do what such actions have done in the past. Cause recruitment to go up as the friends of those killed feel a burning sense for revenge.”

      As i said, public execution if not enough to desotru psychologically the executed and the ones wishing to imitate him or avenge him. By the way, the cartels are a minority, if entire towns picked up arms they would get destroyed.

      The problem is that the government then gets involved and disarms them, because the bad guys always have to win http://articles.latimes.com/2014/apr/07/world/la-fg-wn-mexico-vigilante-disarm-20140407

      El Martillo

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    6. 7:27 sinking to the level of the criminals is bad conduct only fit for worse criminals than those being punished, even the US military code is against cruel and un-human punishment...
      Not that many people practice what they preach, but because enough people do, it creates military sub-contracting opportunities, they do not have justification either on any grounds, they are trying to get protection on top of their impunity and more pay...

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    7. @7:33

      You act as though the establishment humiliating criminals is not already common practice. Criminals are already tortured, raped and humiliated and degraded by police and military when they are arrested. Whether or not those officials are on the pay roll of other criminals is besides the point.

      At the end of the day, violence begets violence. Dressing a man up in lingerie and stringing him up from a lamppost will not end organized crime in Mexico - if it did, don't you think when the Caballeros Templarios cut a man's cock off and crucified him for rape that rape would have stopped in the Tierra Caliente?

      These tactics are the same sort of 'black and white' things that the criminals themselves engage in. The world has grey in it - issues are complex and are not so simple to solve as all of us armchair generals might think. If they were, again, Mexico wouldn't be having this issue.

      Anyways, in regards to towns rising up against the Cartels yes, we have seen the Autodefensas do great things. But we also saw vigilante groups become intoxicated by the power of having guns and money and become criminals themselves.

      As they say, power corrupts - and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Besides, in those scenarios one assumes the average person is willing to kill. Most people are not willing to kill other people no matter how much they might talk about it. There's a big difference between talking about picking up arms and actually being willing to do it.

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  12. Everyone is quick to talk smack n criticise, yes we know theyre low lifers scummbags etc but of are not here for that we want more informative comments like what cartel these guys belong to what cartel is taking the big hits stuff like that

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  13. Looks like the cartels have a hard time hiring good people even the bosses are dumb idiots giving out crazy orders and looking over their shoulders all the time showing off their profits what idiots and as per the guy who said he can cross the border and kill and go back whatever get a real job like a man and stop being a crash dummy and watching the movie sicario or good fellas all the time

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    1. Word bro. Think is 99.9% of cartel people are just that uneducated dumb suicidal cannon fodder. What do you xpect out of a society that idolizes soccer players and telenovela actors.

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    2. 4:17 lol. You sound like me. I observe the same thing... 95% of mexicans over 35 watch novelas religiously and get emotional over a soccer match and expect everybody around them to be on the same level, si no ya te cres mas que ellos y te bloquean de su mundo ignorante jajaja

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    3. As a mexican myself, most Mexicans are also indoctrinated and conditioned by the establishment to form part of an ignorant society. I dont watch sports nonetheless wear a jersey with another mans last name or number on it. And speaking about cartel members , these tatted up cholos are recycable units. They are the connected car washers buddies who want to small favors for a heavy hitter in exchange for some petty cash to feed their meth addiction. The upper echelons of a cartel (Tijuana and Sinaloa for example) can be very educated individuals who dress like a casual lawyer far away from the limelight.

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  14. Oralie homies see you en la prison.

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  15. The homies was having a bad day,,,,give em a break....

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  16. what in the crystal methamphetamine is goin on here?

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  17. This 3 guys were set free this passed Sunday

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