Friday, March 29, 2019

12 members of CJNG indicted, members lived in Henry County Virginia

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat from WDBJ7


HENRY CO.,Va. (WDBJ) - A federal grand jury sitting in U.S. District Court in Harrisonburg has indicted 12 members of Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG), a Mexican-based criminal organization considered by the Department of Justice to be one of the five most dangerous transnational organizations in the world, on federal drug conspiracy charges, United States Attorney Thomas T. Cullen announced today.

In an indictment returned under seal on March 5, 2019, and unsealed Monday, following the initial court appearance of two defendants, the grand jury charges:

1. Ramon Carillo-Ruvalcaba, a.k.a. “The Barber” one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute cocaine, heroin, and marijuana.
2. Eduardo Contreras-Devora, one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute cocaine, heroin, and marijuana and one count of possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime.

3. Daniel Gomez-Barajas, one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute cocaine, heroin, and marijuana.

4. Roman Idearte-Bolanos, one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute cocaine, heroin, and marijuana.

5. Alberto Jijon, one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute cocaine, heroin, and marijuana.

6. Miguel Angel Patricio-Cajero, one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute cocaine, heroin, and marijuana.

7. Isdro Ramos-Bojorquez, a.k.a. “Chilo” one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute cocaine, heroin, and marijuana.

8. Jesus Rogelio Ramirez, a.k.a. “Jesse” one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute cocaine, heroin, and marijuana.

9. Jonathan Rocas-Osorio, a.k.a. “Oscar Osorio-Munoz” one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute cocaine, heroin, and marijuana.

10. Ana Bella Sanchez-Rios, one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute cocaine, heroin, and marijuana and one count of money laundering.

11. Ritchie Triplett, one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute cocaine, heroin, and marijuana.

12. Ernesto Valenzuela-Flores, a.k.a. “Juan Flores-Arrellano” one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute cocaine, heroin, and marijuana.

According to the indictment, between January 2015 and February 2019, the defendants trafficked multiple kilograms of cocaine, heroin and marijuana from Mexico into the United States. As part of the alleged conspiracy, CJNG members recruited individuals from Mexico to reside in Axton and Winchester, Virginia to facilitate the distribution of cocaine, heroin, and marijuana.

The conspiracy alleges that the defendants lived in several homes in and around Axton for the purpose of receiving, storing, packaging, and distributing multiple kilograms of cocaine and multiple pounds of marijuana.

According to the indictment, the defendants had received directly from members of CJNG. The drugs were then allegedly shipped to Winchester, and elsewhere throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, for redistribution.

"For a long time, all the agencies, have known and been watching a lot of drug activity in the East end of the county," said Henry County Sheriff, Lane Perry.

Kim Way Drive in Henry County is where one member, Ramon Carillo-Ruvalcaba, lived at one point according to former arrest warrants.

According to Sheriff Perry, activity also occurred on Barker Drive in Axton.

"There were a lot of drugs, there was money, and weapons throughout the course of the investigation and with it, it will take some of those things out of the area," said Perry.

"It is in a rural part of the county, in the Sandy level area, and its right on the North Carolina border, so there is easy access to Virginia and North Carolina," said Dr. J David Martin, a member of the Henry County Board of Supervisors who represents the Axton community.

Martin says thanks to law enforcement the men and women involved in the cartel are no longer a danger to other residents.

"I don't know what led to it but we're very hopeful that this is the ending of it," said Perry.

A Grand Jury Indictment is only a charge and not evidence of guilt. The defendants are entitled to a fair trial with the burden on the government to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.


39 comments:

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    1. Lmaooooo yall really still on his nuts? Nah they are just sloppy they are always getting caught in the us

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    2. Every cartel from Mexico has individuals in the states working for them.
      But los Jalisco are deep in California!

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  2. America's insatiable appetite for drugs.

    Americans can't live without their drugs!

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    1. It's a free country, we get addicted, thanks to the endless supply. We keep your cartels in business, thereby everyone is killing each other.

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    2. 8:50
      Nobody is getting indicted for America's Insatiable Drug Appetite.
      --Ape shit should be indicted for having a big mouth,
      but finding him would be a problem, he only appears in mirrors

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    3. Very strange that CJNG is a specialized methamphetamine cooking and trafficking cartel, are you sure they diversified or someone hanging the wrong placa on this sect?
      No fentanyls either, worng picshure.

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    4. 8:50 AFIRMATIVO AMIGO, aky donde vivo en unos apts de 4 units,, zoy el uniko MEXICAN ke no usa droga, le atizan gacho pero bueno es PEDO de elloz,, LA NETA NO TIENEN VIDA.

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    5. We should dedicate a whole isolated state to drug consumers and dealers. Then the rest of us could live in peace.

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    6. We need it just like we need our Starbucks coffee
      馃

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    7. America is definitely a party country. No denying that. But lets be real plenty of Americans don't use drugs just like plenty of Mexicans are not in a cartel.

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    8. @12:02 good thought but that will solve nothing. Its the money flowing to mexico and other countries thats a problem for the us thats why we have a drug war.

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    9. 5:45 money flows from the US, but not to the campesinos or the maruchaneros, after paying commissions in the US, almost no money flows to LatinAmerica, weapons and equipment does, but the elementos must make doo with what they got, and cooperate with narcos and cartels. It is all mirrors and smokes and Trojan horses

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  3. TIL cartels still deal pot in the states

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    1. I've always said Cartels are still in the game growing Kush even though some U.S. States have legalized it but still have to compete with cheaper labor and electricity bills in Mexico.

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    2. That's something that needs to be investigated. Has Mexican weed improved?

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    3. 4:04 come on most people think all Mexican weed is dirt weed. Not all weed from Mexico is dirt.

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    4. 9:32 - Yes it is lol

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  4. CJNG taking over

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  5. This cell is just one of many others who pollute poison onto communities for financial purposes. Reaping the benefits of the weak minded people who consume.

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  6. BB Chivis and Sol Prendido: Thanks for posting this important story. It, yet again provides another piece of the puzzle of illicit drugs from Mexico to the USA.

    I used Google Earth and information in the article to explore the places mentioned. I noted how strategically astute these CJNG members located themselves in the region. The little town of Axton, VA is like a rural nondescript town that can be a considered a "hub" location with spokes to many larger towns and cities in the region close by.

    I have no idea what "cover" functions these 12 CJNG members used to avoid detection by LE. (I'd love to know more about their social functions and bios).

    A couple of points I'd like to 3 points about what I got from the article:
    1. The USA is dealing with a powerful "thinking" organism.
    2. Given how CJNG shows its powerful and violent ways in Mexico, it is scary to think what will happen in the USA if these kinds of criminals continue to spread throughout the USA.
    3. The CJNG will repair itself (if it hasn't already) and continue operations. The 12 members are expendable units , part of doing business. Doubtless, there are many replacements ready and willing to take their place.
    Mexico-Watcher

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    1. Hey scary guy, Mexican cartels, Chinese, cartels Colombian cartels and Italians are all in the U.S.. lol

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  7. No surprise here, cjng is deep in US. It's an international cartel what would you expect

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  8. Give those scums the death penalty, they are worthless here and in Mexico lazy MF who don't want to work the honest way thats how their parents raised those scums

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    1. How about the user? There the real scum with SCUM parents tbat didn't raise them rite... g.C.

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    2. 2:51 how about your parents?
      Looks like they did rise you right...

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    3. Alcohol is drug, I hope you look down on them too, with that snooty nose of yours.

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  9. Soy mencho guey !

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    1. 1:16 Hey, Mencho, remember when you was la perra de la carcel?
      Let's do it again some time.

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  10. Great, these scum bags are all over the US too now.

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    1. They among others have been in the US.
      If not for Americans with their appetite for drugs. These organizations would cease to exist. Rather, go elsewhere for riches.

      Facts are that America has an epidemic of all sorts. Getting high is just one.

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  11. This guys need to be prepared for long prison terms. Va. is a commonwealth state. They will throw the book their asses

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  12. This is peanuts in the grand scheme of things.

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  13. In Seattle I had Mexican friends, working guys who also moonlighted if you know what I mean. I floated some half-assed feelers about driving a car, no questions asked. They never got back to me, for which I am thankful.

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  14. Someone snitched it could be a play by someone who knew who they worked for maybe CJNG or Nueva Plaza dropping dimes on each other in the states. Similar to what happened to Don Chuy when Nazario, La Tuta, Kike ect. flipped on Don Chuy and snitched on his people in the US and in Mexico. Only Don Chuys people got caught the DEA hit only his people the rest survived unscathed.

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    1. Someone is always snitching when a structure of this mid-range is apprehended.
      Its starts with a simple vehicle stop; followed by jail time or cooperate.

      Let's not forget the good cop bad cop treatment.

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  15. Huh.harrisonburg is Rockingham county. Jus a lil college town.its not rite on the border of n.c either.very close to Winchester tho

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