Friday, February 8, 2019

American fugitive arrested, CDG cartel member, deported from Cancun airport

Stevectpa for Borderland Beat from Riviera Maya News and MVS



Cancun, Q.R. — In a coordinated effort between US and Mexican authorities, an American fugitive has been arrested in Cancun.

Federal agents, in coordination with Agregado Adjunto en México of US Marshals, says they have detained a man of American nationality at the Cancun International Airport.

The man, identified as Omar Antonio Olivares Pérez, was considered an American fugitive, wanted for escaping prison in the US on drug trafficking and money laundering charges.



 Through a statement, federal authorities reported the arrest of Omar Antonio N, adding that with support of Instituto Nacional de Migración (INM), his illegal entry into the country was verified resulting in his arrest and deportation.

Omar Antonio N was transferred to Terminal 3 of the Cancun International Airport and placed on board an American Airlines flight bound for Dallas, Texas where he will be returned to federal prison.

The US citizen Omar Antonio Olivares Pérez, who is designated as operator of the Gulf Cartel . The defendant has an arrest warrant issued on September 17, 2009 by a Texas court for crimes against health, money laundering and escape from a federal prison.

Olivares Pérez also used as alias the following names: Jaime Olivares Pérez, Jaime Villalobos Garza and Domingo Olivares Pérez According to the investigations, this person had two businesses with a business name "Fumigation Olivares" and "Jardines Olivares", which were used to launder money.

15 comments:

  1. Never heard of this person. Does anyone know which faction of CDG he worked with?

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    1. The north american 1 im pretty sure

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    2. I've always said it, CdG (Cartels in general) heavy hitters are not in Mexico, but the U.S. the faces that represent them are in Mexico.

      AlcoHolixs

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  2. Would be interesting to know how he made his escape...

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    1. Could’ve just walked off a work detail like many escapees in the US do. Even with trafficking and money laundering charges, he could’ve been placed in a lower-security facility.

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  3. Story said he was a Zeta....headline incorrect?

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    1. both are true. 2009 he worked with both but for cdg

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  4. Mingo olivarse puro starr county

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  5. This guy is from rio grande city he an ok guy he stared as a pseudo cop and got cought he went to prison and escape a federal prison camp and left to camargo tam nothing big nothing to see here

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  6. Es primo hermano del gringo ( mike Villarieal)

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    1. Did Toro forcely took ownership of Gringos assets?

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  7. Domingo olivares is his real name he from rio grande city we grew up together

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  8. Shout out Starr County

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