Saturday, September 8, 2018

Playas de TJ: Another Narco Lab Bust

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: ZETA


            PGR secures 340 kilos of marijuana and 100 kilos of methamphetamine plus chemicals

Personnel of the Attorney General's Office (PGR), secured 28 packages containing 340 kilos of Cannabis Sativa, as well as 119 kilos 920 grams of methamphetamine hydrochloride, 135 liters 964 milliliters of acetone and 19 liters 990 milliliters of hydrochloric acid; after executing a search warrant at a home in Playas de Tijuana.

Elements of the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) located the referred narcotics and various chemical products and processed the location in their investigation.

Derived from the Homologated Police Report and presented by elements of the State Preventive Police, ie PEP, reported that at the address of the home activities had been observed leading to the tip that the location was probably worked as a clandestine laboratory.


The place was secured by the federation's social representative, attached to the Deputy Attorney's Office of Regional Control, Criminal Procedures and Amparo (SCRPPA), in its Delegation in Baja California, which continues the integration of the investigation portfolio for the probable commission of the crime against health.

In the second event,  also derived from an anonymous report, elements of the Criminal Investigation Agency , (AIC) , managed to seize 340 kilos of marijuana in the vicinity of Prolongación San Lázaro street, in Colonia El Mirador, in Tijuana.

The secured was put at the disposal of the Public Ministry of the Federation, which will file a folder of investigation for the crime against health.



Meanwhile $ 3.8 million USD in narcotics was seized by US CBP at US POE's in Tijuana this week:

An average of $3.8 million dollars in narcotics were seized, this week culminating, by Customs and Border Protection agents (CBP) at the ports of entry of San Ysidro and Otay Mesa.


Among the seized drugs, agents located 175 kilos of methamphetamine, 29 kilos of fentanyl, 82 kilos of marijuana and 23 kilos of cocaine. In one of the seizures, agents located 20 packages of fentanyl inside a vehicle driven by a 23-year-old man of Mexican nationality; as passengers he carried a 21-year-old woman, an American, and her 20-month-old baby. POE: Otay Mesa, Tuesday, Sept 4, 2018.

The drug seized in was valued by the authorities in $1.6 million dollars. All the detainees, as well as the vehicles and narcotics seized, were channeled to the corresponding authorities.

  340 Kilos of Marijuana packaged for transport across the US Border seized in Colonia El Mirador

15 comments:

  1. Damn, I guess Meth has supplanted Coke.

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    1. Yeah, although meth hit its peak. H seems to be what they're trafficking/consuming more these days. Statistically speaking

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    2. @8:05, The Opioid crisis right now started with them Oxys. But big Pharma will never go to trial.

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  2. Can't believe people still smoke Mexican grass.

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  3. Seems like there has been more progress in busting labs lately, either EPN wants to leave looking like he did something, or AMLO is going in looking like he is doing something, or maybe the result of the pressure the US Government is putting on the Mexican government, trump did gave EPN commemts that seem as he is willing to send in the military to dight the cartels and he kept talking about his wall and the end of trading agreements that benefit Mexico, and now suddenly there is a new trade deal, the wall is suddenly just a technology wall not really a big physical one, and therebis all this progress in part of mexico dealing with the cartels. I may be wrong and thinking ahead but who knows

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    1. Your close to the pressure of the US, me and Chivis we're waiting for you to hit... every year USA gives Mexico $, to fight the war on drugs, Marina's is more trusted by the US, they must show proof, and lately as you have heard, Marina's making drug busts, but I am surprised, very little suspects are caught.
      Luna Apaghta.

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    2. Yep they want to impress the us, but when drugs busts, are made, go by element of surprise and catch the criminals too.

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  4. Playas has always been Centro de Drugs.

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  5. I think just perhaps that mega lab bust at Rumorosa might have been part of someone’s plea deal. Mexicans HAD to know about that one..........it was definetly NOT like this piddly one by any comparison. just a theory/ mis dos centavos.

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  6. El charco has always been CAF turf.

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    1. Just let that shit go already. Ya ni ahí caf ya nomas puto secuestrador

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  7. EPN Trying to look good with few busts before he goes

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  8. Another lab bust close by in Mexicali Baja California. Large amounts of Fentanyl pills were seized.

    https://www.lacronica.com/EdicionEnLinea/Notas/Policiaca/11092018/1372097-Halla-la-PEP-laboratorio-de-droga-en-San-Marcos.html

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  9. Nonsense, who’s going to look back at EPN years in office and say.. “That Enrique what a wonderful president he was, he rid the country of meth labs on his way out.” No one... He’ll probably be most remembered as the president that took El Chapo down.

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