Thursday, November 15, 2018

More Sinaloa Cartel Heroin in N Ca

Posted by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Rdhdblkblt

                                               DTF says $32,000 found in the suspect’s possession

        Drug Task Force Intercepts Nearly 2 Pounds of Heroin plus $32,000 in Cash in Eureka , Ca

Note: On Nov 1st I did a Post Entitled: Humboldt County's largest Heroin Bust

I made note then that while we here at BB are so used to reading about the hundreds or thousands of Kilos busted, we must remember that those shipments are meant to be delivered to "HUBS". These are the kind of small busts that are insidious to small communities, especially small rural communities all over the country. These are the drugs and the people that are hard at work doing cartel business and feeding the ever growing heroin, meth, cocaine and fentanyl laced drugs that are so ruinous to lives, families and entire communities. Here is just one more example. The last "biggest bust" netted 4 pounds of heroin, $35,000 , guns and 3 Mexican nationals were arrested. 

This is a press release from the Humboldt County Drug Task Force. The information has not been proven in a court of law and any individuals described should be presumed innocent until proven guilty:

Jaime Laveaga-Nava from Sinaloa , Mexico
On November 13, 2018, at approximately 2:30 p.m.

Special Agents with the Humboldt County Drug Task Force, with the assistance of a narcotic detection K9 from the Humboldt County District Attorney’s Office, served a search warrant at a motel located in the 4000 block of Broadway, Eureka.


Agents previously received information that Jaime Laveaga-Nava , age 29,  from Sinaloa, Mexico  is a member of a Drug Trafficking Organization who is currently distributing heroin throughout Humboldt County.

Agents contacted Laveaga-Nava at his motel room and detained him without incident. Agents searched Laveaga-Nava’s room and located nearly two pounds of heroin packaged for sales, digital scales, and other packaging material. 

Agents also located approximately $32,000 in U.S. currency that is believed to be the proceeds of illegal narcotics sales. This currency will be held pending asset forfeiture proceedings.

Laveaga-Nava was subsequently placed under arrest and transported to the Humboldt County Correctional Facility where he was booked for possession and transportation of a controlled substances. (No mention of his bail; the last 3 had $500,000 bail)

Anyone with information related to this investigation or other narcotics related crimes are encouraged to call the Humboldt County Drug Task Force at 707-444-8095 or the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Tip Line at 707-268-2539.

Note: This is yet one more " small time " takedown of CDS heroin, cash and criminal; one of a hundred that happen in small communities all over small California communities, Eureka is particularly hard hit area, which is also not far from Pelican Bay Prison, one of the cornerstones of DTO, MM and gang presence in California.

16 comments:

  1. Cds talking to much, your witnessing the fall of cds. Not a fan of any

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  2. Looks like a potential SNITCH. But then again all Sinaloa is already known for snitching. - Sol Prendido

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    1. No que muy vergas los del cartel de snitchaloa!!! When i was locked up a couple sinaloas got out the yard for snitching, i thought it was an isolated case guess not!!! Word to wise dnt do business with sinaloas theyll rat ur ass out over a gram of chronic!!!

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    2. Del norte I’m sure they’ll do it for just a Honey Bun. - Sol Prendido

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  3. Wow California is getting infested with drug dealers of the Sinaloa Cartel. Only a tip of the iceberg.

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    1. California belongs to Sinaloa at least the South

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    2. Well they’re both on the pacific coast and not very far from each other...

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    3. Michoacanos took much of California plaza with familia michoacana and cjng

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  4. Most of the people involved in the growing business have turned to dope or meth ever since the cannabis game became less profitable to alleviate the pain.

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    1. That is plain stupid and untrue; unless you are talking Mexican Cartel growers, which I don’t think you are.
      Those that are using hard drugs are the usual suspects.
      Not to mention the folks with legitimate uses for opioids that can’t get them , thanks to the insurance industry and Big Pharma.

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  5. Cds will snitch on each other like always

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  6. People can say whatever they want about this not being a big bust- but it IS- eureka is small-
    Perfect spot/time for someone like cjng to move in that spot

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  7. This article reflects many communities who have been impacted / engulfed by an epidemic of poisonous drugs. Never discriminating by gender, race or financial status. Rather,an enticement for all who consume or distribute.

    The New York times has reported an estimated 58 billion a year war against drugs. Adding a burdensome tax upon its citizens.
    An argument im sure that Chapos defense team will point out due to American consumption.
    Just pointing out facts.

    E42


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    1. Mr just pointing the facts, what's the problem?

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  8. I think some readers are missing a little background information. Such as hunters and USFS personnel get shot at far too often in the Humboldt National Forest. A couple pf years ago a group of hunters was potshot at. They laid a fusillade of return fire and chased the shooter until they stumbled across a large patch of marijuana. They spent hours ripping out foot tall plants and destroyed a solar water pump and system. I guess the owners and operators were never identified. Locals blamed Mexican indocumentos.

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  9. Looks like he’ll drop dime shorter sentence and PC up real quick. Funny how now people are realizing CDS was full of snitches. That shits been known out here San Diego and La Tia ☕️☕️☕️

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