Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Veracruz: 5 presumed sicarios of CJNG arrested with powerful arsenal

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat Depeso Alerta Nota

Long weapons, cartridges, drugs, grenades and vehicles were secured after a search in a safe house in Cotaxtla and Coatzacoalcos.

VERACRUZ .- After a strong mobilization of uniformed were assured five alleged 'gunmen' who had a powerful arsenal.

Elements of the Ministry of Public Security (SSP) in coordination with the Navy-Navy of Mexico (SEMAR) detained five alleged members of the Cartel of Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG), in the municipalities of Cotaxtla and Coatzacoalcos.

In both operations, important blows against crime were struck; in addition to which they were confiscated a strong armament with which they counted at the time of their capture.

In an address located in the municipal seat of Cotaxtla, elements of the Navy assured Adolfo "N", of 45 years; Braulio "N", 42; and Jesus "N", of 38; while the SSP mounted a security device in the same place, where two AR-15 rifles, an AK-47 rifle, 14 chargers for R-15 and one for AK-47, 387 useful cartridges and three tactical vests were confiscated with the insignia "CJNG".


The now detained tried to hide in an adjoining house, where it could be seen, by an inspection made through the window, that inside there was a greater number of weapons and tactical equipment, so they waited for a Judge to release a search warrant and thus be able to enter and seize the weapons.

It should be noted that the three detainees, together with the insured, were placed at the disposal of the Federal Public Ministry Agent, in order to carry out the pertinent investigations for their probable 
responsibility in the commission of various crimes.



On the other hand, in the southern region, state police captured Isaac Ernesto "N", aka "Spaghetti", alleged Chief of Security in the Peloteros colony, Coatzacoalcos area, who operated under the orders of the New Jalisco Cartel Generation.

At the time of the arrest, they found a vehicle with a report of theft and 45 doses of drugs, apparently meth; likewise, there is a record that he has participated in different homicides, robberies of convenience stores and robbery with automobile violence, for which he was placed at the disposal of the State Attorney General's Office (FGE) to carry out his process in the corresponding manner with the common law.

Also, the Naval Police managed to arrest Alberto Alejandro "N", alias "El Fresa" or "El Trece", presumed second in command of the Coatzacoalcos plaza of said criminal organization and subordinated to Alexis "N", aka "El 09 "or" Sadist ".

During his capture, five long and three short weapons, four fragmentation grenades, 17 long-gun and two short-gun clips, 300 5.56-millimeter cartridges, 90 .357-caliber cartridges, 70 9-mm and 14-caliber 22 cartridges were secured.

As well as 285 doses of marijuana, 302 of rock, 157 of cocaine, 97 of crystal meth and a stolen vehicle, for which it was made available to the Delegation of the General Prosecutor's Office of the Republic (FGR) in Coatzacoalcos, to make the appropriate process.

The Ministry of Public Security reiterated that the detention of these persons was carried out in strict adherence to due process and, at all times, their rights were respected.

57 comments:

  1. Omg cjng is getting taken out by Zetas? Wtf...

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    1. The Zetas have been killing Mencho's ppl wherever they see them and have been for years.

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  2. So spaghetti's compadre Meatball was not captured?

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  3. This is from January?

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  4. El fresa isnt he the godson or some like that of mencho??? But anyways i guess they didnt wanna put their vest trou the test hyped up tweakers

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  5. CJNG is def the best armed drug gang in Mexico right now. Word has is they even have mini-factories where they make their own guns.

    Wouldn't be surprised if they were heavily involved in gun-running like the Zetas.

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    1. Hahaha making their own guns? Stop smoking meth. Daddy EPN is out and CJNG is on their own. Theyre going to get kicked out of Veracruz and the Gulf in less than 2 years at this rate.

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    2. Making guns is simple and every cartel does it. AK’s glocks and AR’s simple. You can buy all the parts online and build them at home

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    3. @9:00 no dummy like as in 3D printing

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    4. 8:23 Mexican Army's Military Industries have access to exclusive computerized equipment, and the Mexican army has been trying to obtain exclusive contract for the drug trafficking ever since general Manuel Garcia Barragan betrayed the nation to become an Halcon Presidencial and murdered students and people in Tlatelolco for MEXICO 68 Tribute to Hutzilopochtli, from there he sprung to governor of jalisco and owner of nayarit/Colima drug trafficking with his son Javier Garcia Paniagua DFS director who had his son murdered in Guadalajara a few years ago. Get your Charolas.
      The Mexican military need cushy jobs for their retirements.

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    5. 2:50. Probably the ones not fighting and watching the others kill each other have the most armas.

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  6. Anyone caught being a member of the CJNG should be shot on sight. The CJNG are a bunch of cowardly d bags that extort and rob innocent citizens.

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    1. >The CJNG are a bunch of cowardly d bags that extort and rob innocent citizens.

      So like every other cartel around?

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    2. Same goes for the ones you seem cheer for CDS! CDS invented robbing and extorting innocents, robbing them raping their young girls, sex trafficing. Dont stop at CJNG! All Cartels

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    3. Second that 3:24

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    4. 6:30 nobody does kidnapping, extorting, raping and white slavery like the Mexican military and the federal police, remember their star level actuation in Cd. Juarez, their dear leader FECAL had to back off and pull them out. And don't forget their excellent murdering and disappearing skillz...

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  7. Some nice vest and very good guns

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  8. Told you guys, Loz Polizetas are back with Zetas.

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    1. The polizetas aren't 'back with' the Zetas. They have always been one and the same. Los Zetas have traditionally be recruiting from the army & the police as much as they have from villages and poor barrios. I wouldn't be surprised if 50% of state and municipal cops in Mexico were associated with the Zetas.

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  9. Sweet just sweet

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  10. The only cartel fighting just about every other cartel. Thats a monster cartel, Mencho cant be alone in this.

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    1. Mencho is pretty a much a frontman for Los Cuinis, the richest narco-family in Mexico rn.

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    2. CJNG is basically Los Cuinis cartel. While CJNG is in the news and Mencho is taking all the heat, los cuinis are literally pushing huge amounts of drugs all over the world and calling the shots in Mexico from within the shadows. They have probably surpassed CDS in drug volume and you won’t ever hear about them on Fox News or CNN. They are so good at what they do that they’ve fooled the world into beleiving CJNG is the next powerhouse Mexican cartel. CJNG is just an armed winged of Los Cuinis.

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    3. Your right lis chinos been in the game along time they never fought with any one just worked so they were able to save a lot of money because fighting rivials is expensive but what happened when they started having problems they got ther ass kicked and had to run and hide in jalisco and yes mencho to was running with them cjng in my opinion aint nothing special the things they do every other cartel been doing for years ,every cartel has the same guns rpg grenade launchers ,ex military same as others and the other thing is they always have to get help from other groups cause ther scared the same thing will happen like when the zetas were slaughtering them in ther own house michocan and if it wasn't for CDS helping them not even all the money the have would have saved them .

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    4. 7:19 is speaking the truth CJNG is like Chapo to Mayo for the cuinis. If you stayed in Puerto Vallarta you where part of the Cuinis money machine

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    5. 11:22 there was no CJNG when zetas were in michoacan with LFM, But there was Nacho Coronel (CDS) whose fall meant the start of La Mencha leadership, you could say behind every great narco's rise is the betrayal of his predecessors.

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  11. Hey sol it looks like your cartel is suffering some major blows

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    1. Imagine thinking this is even remotely a 'major blow' lmao

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  12. Mayo is going to take ALL Mexico plazas.. Sinaloa is #1

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    1. CJNG pretty much runs Mexico at this point. All others are glorified pandillas living off scraps. Mayo is a sick old man BEGGING Mencho to let him die with dignity. Even the government can't help him anymore.

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    2. no there not, mencho is #1 undisputed drug cartel champion cjng is the best .

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    3. Mayos not going to do anything he’s getting the chapo treatment his name is being used only to be stepped on later . Mexican government wins

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    4. Menchas been smoking to much product, dillusional ratas

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  13. Saludazo al primo Sol P. Por todo el jale que se avienta aqui en BB desde Waukegan Illinois. Sol saludoz primo gracias.

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    1. Saludazos primo! Aquí estamos para sirver le. - Sol Prendido

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    2. Sol, Cuando vas a Mexico pinchi chilango carterista dos de bastos.

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  14. The guns were to be delivered to Roscoe "N". Then he was going to deliver them to Mr. "T". Then he was going to take them to Oscar "D". Oscar "D" was to use them to smoke Pablo "G". Afterwards, Felix "R" was to take them to Valencia "L" to be destroyed by Hector "X".

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  15. Aww, poor little boy biceps on lefty and dainty forearms on righty...must be why the needs strong artillery.

    Canadian girl

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    1. Bet you wouldn’t be saying their you were on that list ay.

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  16. This is one cell. Eight weapons. Imagine, each cartel having 100 cells, for the sake of argument. Five men per cell.Each sicario has two weapons and two grenades. And there are roughly 10 major cartels. The firepower these people have is extraordinary given that its illegal to own guns in Mexico. Scary thought. Truly lawless and corrupt country.

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    1. Yes lawless and corrupt to the core. And all financed by every drug user worldwide that buys illegal narcotics. This is where your $$$ ends up. Why should they care if people want to consume drugs? As long as they’re getting paid that’s all that matters to these sicarios. They gotta fight their good fight regardless of how vicious they go about it. Can’t always agree with the way they decide to kill or maim their enemies but it’s all part of their idiosyncratic master plan. War without end. Amen and amen. Lol. - Sol Prendido

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    2. 7:56 the only master plan that counts is money in the bank, and those that take the lion's share never get their hands dirty.

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  17. Powerful arsenal? Yeah right.

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  18. "doses of marijuana" LOL

    looks like some pinches carrufos

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  19. Cartel gun factory: http://www.borderlandbeat.com/search?q=gun+factory

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    1. You always hot on the archives chivis, thanks.

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  20. Yes those they captured should have been killed on the spot, imagine how many countless murders, they have committed. Those captured are laughing away, as they know will go free, and the weapons returned.

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  21. But how!! Guns are illegal!?!? Imagine all the capitalist money Mexico could be making if they were legal to sell

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    1. The Americans are selling the cartels anything they want for double the price

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    2. 1;30 Mexico would NOT, (repeat one thousand times NOT!) "make too much money from selling weapons to its mexican people" , because private gun dealers would be keeping mostly all of it, most probably US army surplus privatized by American war profiteers...
      Of course Adnan Khashoggi is not around to traffic the weapons onto mexico.
      Capitalism has always made sure the table scraps are just not enough to live half decently on the third world for most of the third world people,
      --fighting against them becoming socialist takes a lot of money

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    3. 130 a normal citizen, law abiding, hard worker having a gun, to protect himself and his family and is caught with the weapon...the book is thrown at hm 5 years in jail. Now a cartel member gets caught with a military weapon, pay a bribe out in 2 days. Out to continue the life of crime.

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  22. I'm sorry I probably missed this before but what is a dose of these drugs I mean amount wise

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  23. Forgive me paz to all the decent people of mexMex forgot to add that

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  24. Why is there never any h in these busts?? Is there no market for it outside of the border cities? Ie. Tijuana

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