Friday, August 3, 2018

Reports of police arresting Salazar Members in Sonora and handing them to rivals

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat  from PacoZea noticias, facebook


Through messages broadcast on WhatsApp, it was reported that the vehicle in which three  people were riding became stuck in the sand.  Municipal police arrived, who realized that the people who were stuck, were members of the Salazars.

They were arrested for being drunk. However, according to the reports, they were not taken to a command center,  they were handed over to a rival group.

Stuck in sand
Supposedly, due to these actions, the green light was given to "unleash the war against the groups that remain there and the municipal police".

In another recording,  broadcast through WhatsApp,  it is said that the people taken are "very heavy hitters" of the Salazar group,  narcotraffickers in Chihuahua.

The men were on vacation at San Carlos beach. In this audio, the same version is given  that municipal police took them and handed them over to an opposing group from Guaymas. It also states that the three people were killed.


The Salazar are now threatening to kill as many police as possible resulting in many places of business being closed.

The governor of Sonora, has acknowledged a security problem in Guaymas, but stops short of confirming the reports of yesterday regarding the kidnappings.  

Who are the Salazars?

The Salazar is a group that has been operating since the 90s in Sonora, but its members are from the municipality of Chínipas, Chihuahua. The founding leader is Adán Salazar Zamorano , a  drug trafficker who for just over two decades, and until his arrest in 2011, served as the main producer and distributor of marijuana in the Valle del Mayo region, with an operation center in the city of Navojoa. .
Among his closest collaborators were his sons Jesús Alfredo Salazar Ramírez, arrested in 2012, and Adán Salazar, murdered in 2016.

Currently the group is headed by Crispín Salazar Zamorano, brother of Adán (currently imprisoned). They are the main operator for the Sinaloa cartel in the Sonora and Chihuahua border with Arizona, United States. 

Moment the three were taken


78 comments:

  1. @ 11 seconds into video “Vámonos Juan”. Can’t beat a woman’s intuition. They can sense when something is very bad. Not to many men hold that sixth sense. Many times our pride gets in the way when we should be listening. - Sol Prendido

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    1. VERY VERY TRUE MY MAN.

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    2. Smartest thing you've ever said man.. keep it up... -un vatillo marijuanillo

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    3. Or maybe your instincts just fuckin suck.

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    4. Different women have saved my life over the years. I’d be lying to you if I said I’ve lived this long on my own. Women that were not related to me or under any obligation to do so either. Every little bit of help has brought me farther. - Sol Prendido

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  2. That's how it is in all plazas. That's why the reason comandante from guanajuato got his son and brother killed from cjng

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    1. 9:46 police work straight from colombia, police and military corruption straight from "the president" and his compadres.
      Now we have to wait and see what the Salazares think of this.
      Next chapter tomarrah.

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  3. This is a clear prime example, that local police are working together, with Cartels. They did not follow protocol to take them to station, but to the cartel to be killed.

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  4. Who is the other group in guaymas, sonora?

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  5. Salazars are CDS. SR Mayo y Sr Ivan wont lose the plaza.Gente Nueva Special Ops and Antrax Black Ops are already on their way!

    SICARIO 006

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    1. oh yea special ops from finland, oh special ops stan.

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  6. Gonna get comebacks for that,you fucked with us,its a must that we fuck with you,the Salazas,Gente Nueva an all that

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    1. You quoted Dr Dre of all people? Are you 12?

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    2. If he was 12 he would be quoting some whack ass rapper from now, kids dont know who Dr. Dre is they dont listen to good rap!

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  7. Chivis- Thanks for posting this. I’m the one in Obregon that wrote you the other day.

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    1. I did my best. Thank you for your input. Guaymas is one of my go to towns. Lots of family and the other place where you said you were. I just went to my cousins wedding there on the sand, it is so beautiful. It is always so safe and peaceful. I hope whatever is happening doesn't last long.

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    2. glad to see fellow sonorenses here

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  8. A tough price to pay for being drunk behind the wheel, no doubt. If this is at it seems and the police handed these three criminals to a rival group to execute them it is a very serious breach of trust.

    I know it happens but it will never sit right with me.

    I could understand a spike in violence perpetrated on the police by the victims compadres if the policecdid indeed hand them over to be slaughtered.

    It's such a mess over in Mexico. I feel sorry for the hard working, decent and honest Mexican police as the pressure to engage with these cartels must be unreal.

    Love to all good Mexicans from Ireland.

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    1. Thank you, for your sincere words.....y que viva Ireland!

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    2. I didn't know there were Mexicans from Ireland.

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    3. Ireland? I didn't know there were any decent and honest Mexican police.

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    4. There will be retribution by attacks on San Carlos and Guaymas police. Hope the honest police (if there are any) don’t have to pay for the actions of the corrupt ones involved. The identity of the police who were involved in this has to be known. Turn them over to the Salazars and they will make quick work of them.

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    5. Why tar everybody with the same brush? I refuse to accept all police are bad. Of course there are police who are corrupt whether by choice or through fear/blackmaiö, but i've no doubt there are thousands of good men and woman serving their country for scant monetary returns. All police bad? No way jose as we say in the Emerald Isle. The good police deserve the backing of the people. I wouln't do that job in Mexico for all the tea in China (another saying over here) so they have my respect.

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    6. 2:42 and the people to whom they delivered the arrested Salazares must be found too.
      Too much police corruption, like SSP Alejandro Bermudez Zurita in Veracruz and his corrupt governor Javier "La Marrana" duarte

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  9. hay vamos por ustedes

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  10. What tontos. Why ever "vacation" in or near enemy territory, what were they thinking?

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    1. San Carlos is not enemy territory for the Salazar’s. I wonder who had them killed. The only other group that I know of that uses that port is GN out of Auga Prieta but I thought they were allied with the Salazar’s.

      In Navajoa Sonora many of the Salazar family lives there.

      Are GN & the Salazar’s still allied? Does anyone know what group had them killed?

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  11. Cdg cell leader detained in puerto vallarta.

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  12. Does anyone know who is in control of San Carlos & Guaymas? next to Alamos San Carlos & Guaymas are some of the safest parts of Sonora.

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    1. Im curious too I’m assuming they’re all CDs cells fighting eachother? Maybe BLO? Idk

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    2. Mencho has this plaza under a tight lid,,,,,,no problemo

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    3. yes los panchos are in control

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  13. Los Memos vs Gente NUeva de Salazar .They both work for CDS . El Senor Ivan and Don Mayo already gave to order to e d this infighting or they will se d El Commandante Ethan and his MIF team to clean the plaza for CDS.

    SICARIO 006

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    1. Mission impossible huh?i hate you

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  14. Man, you can hear real terror in her quavering voice when she says, "Vamonos".

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  15. Salazars are in control of the arizona border have been for years this changes nothing.

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    1. Hahahaha... they have little presence, they tried to kick memo out of Sonoyta whoch thwy failed miserably and Sonoyta is the lesser of the border plazas on the frontier.

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    2. Yes Memo still controls Sonoyta. But how about Puerto Penasco?

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    3. Thats a good question..
      I am curious to who controls Caborca and all through the Altar Valley? Lot of bandas that roam free out there

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    4. Caborca used to be owned by Caro Quintero

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    5. That is correct. I can tell you that the DEA, Homeland Security, and FBI, all know the whereabouts of people like el jefe. But they are not going to get arrested. Their is a reason for that. I am Leary that the powers that be can break into this site and discover who is posting and their whereabouts, else I would reveal who is in charge of what territory and where so and so is hiding. I'm not afraid of the law, but the cartels. They employ a lot of computer hackers.

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    6. 4:45 Puerto Penasco es del chv felix Cds.

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    7. Leary like Dennis Leary. He didn’t believe in the government or the drug war either....what if all of this is smoke and mirrors and the New Mexican government just wants the cartels to kill each other? Could be...

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  16. This is Gunna be fun

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  17. Juan should listen to his wife...vamonos juan!
    ~Vampiro Fronterizo

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  18. this was people of Chapo trini ajustando cuentas por la muerte del gross del cjng y del trini en Jalisco the same pistoleros str8 from sinaloa did the two hits

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    1. Gross popped in jalisco and trini a minute ago,but you can wait an age to kill the right dogs

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  19. the Beltran leyva cartel is the one who had them killed and kidnapped theyre the ops in that region

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  20. If they were killed i hope they died without getting tortured and pain

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  21. how do you know it was Salazar’s ?

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    1. Because the Salazar’s have threatened Law Enforcement via social media for this incident.

      It is all over the news in Cajame. The Salazar’s are vocal about staying they are out for revenge.

      What is not clear is who killed them.

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  22. Guaymas is been beltran's since the Carrillo days, one of chapo isidro strongholds el mar de Cortez belongs to el mochomo gente nueva and salazares are not welcome aqui

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    1. Mochomo ain't never gonna see El Mar DE cortez again

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    2. 4:21 Neither is el Mayo being a free man. Gotta watch his back even in culiacan!

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    3. 5:46 Mayo don't gotta fear no one. The only capo that's never been busted!! That says a lot. Pura empresa MZ

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    4. Neither is isidro

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    5. There is an old man por los rumbos del salado de a caballo y con sombrero de lado who will die of old age ... he is the one who calls the shots in Mexico ... no one else !

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    6. 9:32 dead wrong son. When your nephews get killed in culiacan it dont matter if youre free, that aint power. It takes one bullet.

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    7. 7:50- way to be a snitch

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    8. @9:32 if mayo doesnt have to fear no one why is he hiding then?

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  23. I am on a boat in San Carlos Marina...is there reason for me to fear for my saftey if I need to go out for any reason?

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    1. If your not a Narco San Carlos is very safe. You are safe going out. They will not bother you.

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    2. No, its the usual in mex, u might be in the middle of a gunfight on the street or walk across a corpse in the gutter, no worries...

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    3. BS- San Carlos is safe for civilians

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  24. Reminds me of ramon killing rayo or on goodfellas when billy bats was talking shit to tommy. Might be a situation were ur mouth gets u killed

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  25. Can someone translate the conversation in the video?

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    1. Is the audio from one of the Victims?

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    2. @8:03 There really isn’t much to translate. The woman tells Juan “Let’s go Juan”. You can clearly hear the fear in her voice. He then responds “ No, nothing is going to happen”. Radio is playing in the background. Music to whatever commercial is on sounds Iike some long lost tune out of a Willy Wonka film. In a demented way it really adds to what’s unfolding beyond their windshield. Juan is being too voyeuristic. Woman sounds worried. He then says something about them being police. And then something inaudible about a taxi being involved I believe. All the while the radio is blaring away. - Sol Prendido

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  26. Damas y Caballeros (y Otros y Otras):

    This story is very sad; I feel sorry for everybody involved. Here is why: Because should your vehicle ever become mired into the sand, any sand, whether beach or dry wash, and even deep mud, all you need do is escape air from your tires; all of them, you can go as low as about three to five PSI. Any lower you risk separating the tire from the rim. Then, nine times out of ten, you can drive the vehicle right out; I myself have done this procedure very many times; is like a miracle. Afterwards, just remember to drive very slowly, until you can re-pressurize the tires, or else the tires are trashed.

    Do please remember this little trick, because this can save your life.

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  27. anybody know what heavy hitters got killed from los salazars?

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    1. Yes they were Jose Echavaria, and Kiki Lopez.

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    2. who were they? and thank you

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