Sunday, December 2, 2018

Arrested in Mich: "El Cuadrado", Leader of Los Viagras

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Excelsior and 90Degrados

                         Detained in Michoacán: ''El Cuadrado'', presumed leader of Los Viagras

The alleged crime target, according to the State Secretariat of Public Security, is fully identified with criminal activities committed with said criminal group

Apatzingán, Michoacán: December 2, 2018 The Public Security Secretariat of the State managed the arrest of José Guadalupe Luna Navarro, alias "El Cuadrado", security chief of Nicolás Sierra Santana, alias "El Coruco", members of the Los Viagras cartel after an operation in which nine other people were arrested.

"El Cuadrado" was captured along with three other alleged hitmen and six alleged hawks, related to other crimes, after the operations carried out by the SSP in the towns of Catalinas, Pinzándaro, Northern Division, Santa Ana and Punta de Agua.

Among those arrested are those identified as Christian X., alias "La Culebra"; Tomas X., aka "Tommy"; Víctor X., alias "Chino"; Laura X., aka "China" and Armando X., aka "Calaco."

The suspects were assured of long weapons, fragmentation grenades, vehicles with reports of theft, as well as uniforms of the State Police, and were placed at the disposal of the competent authority.
José Guadalupe "N", known as "El Cuadro" , alleged leader of a Los Viagras cell , was arrested when authorities were looking for Nicolás Sierra Santana in several communities of Apatzingán and Apatzingán, Michoacán.

The alleged criminal objective, according to the Ministry of Public Security, is fully identified with criminal activities committed under its participation with  Los Viagras.

Without a doubt it is a strong blow that is directly aimed at the criminal group that has caused us problems Los Viagras,  he was fully linked with them, and was put at the disposal of the corresponding authority, " said Juan Bernardo Corona Martínez, Secretary of Public Security at the state.

Along with "El Cuadraro", another nine people were arrested and eight vehicles that had a theft report were confiscated, as well as a motorcycle; Four long weapons, three fragmentation grenades, useful cartridges of various sizes, tactical equipment and drugs were also seized.

"It should be mentioned that he is one of the priority objectives that we have, he was arrested with other people and apart from the confiscation of weapons, the seizure of stolen vehicles, the seizure of drugs and many ammunitions, " added Corona Martínez.

These results were exposed to federal authorities with whom there will be full coordination in this change of government, said the Secretary of Security of Michoacán, who said they integrate three new regions at 10 already in which they have divided the entity as part of the security strategy .

40 comments:

  1. Mencho is more powerful than chapo

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    1. Never was never will. Now go back in the kitchen.

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    2. Well Chapo is in US jail so what do you expect?

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    3. Ok so what does that have to do with the aprehension of this guy??

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    4. Mencho owns more plazas than chapo ever did. Fact. Since 2012 the creation of CJNG opioid deaths per year and introduction in the USA have more than doubled. Something sinaloenses took 20 years to do mencho did in 5 years. Reason hes the most wanted by the DEA, not because mayo has pull. Just facts no lloren Chicalocas.

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    5. Lets just see if he can hang for 40+ years ....

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    6. Mencho doesn't own any plazas cjng they go in like snakes with the cartels that are weak from years of fighting with CDS TJ,Juarez mencho don't even have michocan his own state that's why ther called cartel jalisco and ther from michocan and if you didn't know cjng has been moving drugs for years they just changed ther name ther the mileno or los valencias same cowards that for years never fought nobody and when they did got fucked up by the zetas .

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    7. AnonymousDecember 2, 2018 at 8:50 PM
      antes de los 20 añps controlaban mexico entero.. jajajaj cualee plazas?

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    8. 8:50pm all cartels are parasites fact!and as we will see that greasing wheels makes for quite passage (mayo's).taking by force and intimidation only works for so long(mencho's)way.mencho's facing internal fighting in that cartels infancy,mayo has it too but in the end,he is still at the top of the pyramid.that tells you something.

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  2. Viagras are losing the plaza, they never detained viagras a few months back.

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    1. They did detaine viagras few months back...

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  3. Que bueno que acaben a toda esa basura de pastillas!

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  4. Yaqui

    As of right now what organize crime groups exist in michocan?
    Update me on lfm, ct ?

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    1. I did just find a piece claiming LFM was responsible for the Cruz Roja ( Red Cross ) Attack in GRO a couple of weeks ago . I will post it.....

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  5. nobody gives a crap about this

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    1. You wouldn't be wasting your time here if you didn't care tonto

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    2. I do. What part of this do you not care about? Viagras? Michoacan? Are you only here for the reporting of murders and gun battles? Did you accidentally click onto the wrong site? Bb is about the reporting of drug cartels put in a format for English speakers. I can't see how would think this is not relevant.?

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    3. Thanks amigos, Yeah 6:34 doesn’t give a crap that I waste my precious time for free at something most folks consider a pretty weird habit. Who in their right mind would spend their time hunting down these things and putting them up for people that don’t give a crap. This character even made Google news, not to mention whole lots of Mexican publications. He must be somebody and apparently they have a reason to care.
      @6:34 Why don’t you send me a useful link about something YOU care about and we shall see if you can become a productive contribution instead of wasting our time.

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    4. You do a fine job Yaqui. Hater will always have a gripe regardless. Just think what kind of life homie has if he has this kind of hate towards someone he doesn’t even know. Salud!!

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  6. Mexico is not a failed state. Criminals are consistently apprehended and jailed. Not all Mexican law enforcement is compromised. We should read more stories of the brave, heavily-armed Mexican lawmen who fight fire with fire and will readily fill a worthless sicario with hot lead.

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    1. Sad is most apprehended are set free in a few days

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    2. I beg to differ. IMO, Mexico "is" a failed State. I you are rich, powerful, connected to corrupt high gov bureaucrats and criminals, then you can literally have illicit things done with impunity. But if you are a common citizen, good luck finding true justice.

      Also, when the state will not or cannot provide safety and justice for its citizens, then it is a "failed"State.

      When a State's GDP relies heavily on remittances from foreign countries (esp USA), from criminal enterprises as illicit drugs making, trafficking, and exporting. When its citizens do not trust cops, the courts, or bureaucrats then you have a failed State.

      Tell me where I am wrong, please.
      Mexico-Watcher

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    3. “Criminals are consistently apprehended and jailed.”

      And many others are consistently released and/or live with complete impunity, fully able to do the shit they want. Hell, the zetas scumbags destroyed an entire town back then and got away with it, are you kidding me?

      El Cabrón De Tamaulipas

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    4. Most of the lawmen in Mexico are on the payrolls of the drug cartels. You like a naive imp you are implying that the lawmen in Mexico fill themselves or each other with heavy lead. Good guys and bad guys is only in movies. In real life it depends on which side you are on as your opponents will always be the bad guys. That's reality.

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    5. @ 7:09 you should ask Sicario 006 about that, he knows everyone

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  7. And said criminals are consistently released over and over. Yes their are law enforcement who are genuine and fight to protect citizens but it's not enough. It's over, it's been over for years and Mexico will never again become the beautiful country it was before the drug war. It's just reality, as harsh as it is.

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  8. Did they arrested chavo felix ?

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  9. Mexico is not a failed state? Wtf you arw smoking?

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    1. it appears the title fits, but you need to study up on what a failed state is.

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    2. @3:42

      Chivis right, Mexico is not a failed state, just an highly disfunctional one with at extremely weak rule of the law and ability to enforce it.

      El Cabrón De Tamaulipas

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    3. Impressive. Finally an intellectual conversation piece is being deployed here today on BB. Looking forward to hear the rebuttals.



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  10. Mencho is a dead man. The CIA is after him. Mencho suck my dick you cock sucker

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    1. He might after all he used to do that in northern cali jails to blacks.

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  11. When did nicknames like start poping up
    Anthrax
    El Greco
    El
    El that
    Im curious
    Who was the first
    Usually it was beltran
    Chapo
    Ramon
    Not el ramon
    El beltran
    El lil barbie
    Thwn suddenly
    Mumbles appear usa
    El pimp
    Lil tweak
    Lil skinny jeans
    Lil i hate gays
    But have twinks lil jeans
    Curious

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    1. Take your meds

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    2. HIDSON BAY S&M Sounds like you have lyrical rap skills. 💪🏿 - Sol Prendido

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    3. Guy writes like he doin the grocery list

      Tortillas
      Huevos
      Mantequilla
      Frijoles

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  12. Aren't these the same cowards that cut that kids heart out maybe an eye for an eye or a heart for heart

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    1. They also flayed alive “El Siri”, for that matter.

      El Cabrón De Tamaulipas

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