Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Laredo Texas: Auto theft ring stopped, shipped vehicles to Mexico to conduct cartel crimes

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat-Thanks Sol Prendido- from MySA


Laredo police announced Tuesday, with the help of several law enforcement departments including the San Antonio police auto-theft division, they have dismantled an auto-theft ring that would deliver vehicles to a transnational criminal organization to carry out crimes in Mexico.

LPD Chief Claudio Treviño Jr. said the nine-month long investigation yielded 11 arrests. And at least two of those had been previously deported.

Those defendants were charged with conspiracy to commit auto theft and engaging in organized criminal activity. Four individuals remain wanted by law enforcement.
Trevino said the defendants would use the vehicles to carry out criminal activity in Laredo, including human and drug smuggling.

Participating agencies included the U.S. Border Patrol, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Homeland Security Investigations and Texas Department of Public Safety.

LPD dubbed the investigation Operation Full Throttle.

17 comments:

  1. Bunch of thieving losers, making you parents proud.

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  2. Claudio trevino jr's dad is L-40s cousin. Claidio sr was his point man in san Antonio for years.claudio jr resents his familial trafficking ties. I grew up across from claudio jr. He graduated with my brother.
    -el goyim

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  3. So You mean to Til me my dropped Truck is safer!!!!

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  4. Like i stated before these guys go from city to city, stealing trucks,suvs to sell them to the cartels.

    There is several groups out there one of em is a Mexican mafia crew based in San Antonio and Laredo who have developed a relationship with CDN in exchange for drugs, cash.

    Any insurance claims rep will tell you that alot of vehicles stolen in Texas end up in mexico. (GPS)

    (A good friend of mine works for HPD)

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  5. If they ass is ilegal deport them as soon as possible. These lacras give us hard working illegals a bad name and bring nothing but more hatred towards us. A lot os them are here in the land of opportunity and don't realize it till they done messed up.
    -el trailero locochon

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    1. American citizens perform crime too.

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    2. 641 I get your point, but 702 did not get it. Hard working Mexicans want to contribute to the land of opportunity, but thanks to auto theft, it makes all Mexican s look bad.

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    3. Indeed they do, But they is in THEIR country. US are here as guests or roomates. You wouldnt want anybody you invite to your house to mess it up? Would you? Even if they are paying rent you will throw them tfo.

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  6. Don't they realize, that they are helping the Cartels commit crimes of homicide, when stealing cars for that purpose.

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  7. Glad they slowed down auto thefts. This has been going on for many years. Mostly pickups.

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  8. They should investigate and start busting car thiefs in the dallas area, its really bad there.

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  9. Joann Gonzalez an old school friend. I knew she end up like this. Sad.

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  10. First they wash cars, then they still cars, and then end up being psychopats who enjoy killing people and eating human flesh. I say give them the hardest sentance possible.

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    1. Ahh see i thought you were going to say "first they wash cars, then they steal cars, then they end up dismembered in the trunks of a cars". You went way off into left field with that one lol.

      Phelpso

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    2. Its a coin toss, either they make it. Or they don't .

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  11. Many vehicles get stolen from flea markets like La Tia Pancha (The Aunt Frances) in north Houston or in Pearland, south Houston. Not all those trucks stolen are reported to the cops. There’s that fear Mexican nationals have. Or knowing their crappy insurance company’s won’t cover them beyond the border. - Sol Prendido

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