Saturday, October 20, 2018

Playa Difuntito, BCS: 289 Kilos of Pot, Crystal and Coke

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Debate


La Paz, Baja California Sur : The Office of the Attorney General of the Republic (PGR), through its Delegation in the State of Baja California Sur, initiated an investigative portfolio for the commission of a crime against health, after locating and securing of 41 packages of marijuana on a beach near La Paz.

The operation was carried out thanks to an anonymous report, which indicated that on Playa El Difuntito, several boats had come into shore to unload various packages that apparently contained marijuana , crystal meth and cocaine. Men arrived in trucks without plates of circulation and tinted windows for the pick up.


In response, a joint operation was set up with elements of the Federal Ministerial Police, Secretary of the Navy and State Police, which were established in the place, conducting an inspection along the arroyo near the beach securing 41 packages with a weight of 289 kilos, 140 grams, containing in its interior a green and dry vegetable with the characteristics of marihuana.

For this reason, the respective investigation folder was started, and the secured enervants were made available to the Social Representative of the Federation, the Deputy Attorney General for Regional Control, Criminal Procedures and Amparo (SCRPPA), who integrated the investigation folder to determine probable criminal responsibilities according to Law.

So far the amounts of cocaine and crystal meth have not been revealed nor what happened to the delivery or pick up crews.

16 comments:

  1. Does the Mexican brick weed still come up North?

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    1. Some gets nabbed by the US government, gets sold for a profit to subsidize operations and Christmas bonuses for the "Officers".

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  2. Seems that it's very hard to pass drugs through BCS lately. They discover huge quantities almost weekly...

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  3. Police to crews: Carnal, Are you an idiot? I told you not to be so obvious about the operation by coming up on the beach in front of witnesses! Now let us pretend to arrest you and seize our dope. We will let you go down the road.

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  4. Always love the “dry vegetable with the characteristics of marijuana”

    If it looks like a duck, what the f*ck?!

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  5. Still dont understand why these narcos fuck around with this shitty mexican dirt weed. Nobody has wanted that garbage for over a decade lol.

    Phelpso

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    1. I’ve been asking the same thing. Yaqui said it wasn’t Brick weed but it can’t be of the quality the recreational states produce.

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    2. They aren't moving it for nothing! Somebody obviously wants the bud for mofos to be moving it. Gtfo with that!

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    3. If they are still sending it north then that means someone is still buying.

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    4. Come on, people ! you don’t think that after all the years of MX Cartel grows in the states that they haven’t learned a few things they took back south with them ? Like cloning good strains ? they aren’t all stupid ! they know they can’t compete with that old dirt weed.

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  6. That’s gotta hurt. Unless they can buy it back.

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  7. Actually, in that first pic it looks trimmed........not JUST brick weed. there have been a lot of mota busts lately , I have more coming up.
    just another day on a playa Mexicano , Altho , I am surprised they were ballsy enough to land at a beach that close to La Paz, usually they use more remote playas. SOP.

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    1. Yaqui, it does looked trimmed. I wonder if a lot of that stays in the domestic Mexican market. Not sure how true this is, but I’ve heard some of the Juniors get thier weed imported from California.

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  8. Dam,,why couldnt I have been walking down the beach, Like hitting the lotto

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    1. Dude , you are dreaming or naive.......NO you really do not want to be anywhere near there, it’s not like the old days before satélite communications, lots of guns and halcones everywhere, not to mention which ever “ Authorities “ that might show up, it could get a lot worse.
      I have had friends that got hauled off to jail and deported just for being in the wrong place at the wrong time or stupider yet, try and interrupt something going down.

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    2. @Yaqui, while I agree for the most part, there have been a few cases where packages float on shore and no one knew about it. But as stated, those chances are about the same as hitting the lotto. Not to mention having to offload that stuff without making any noise on the streets.

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