Sunday, May 26, 2019

TJ: Search Reveals Large Stash Of Meth and Heroin

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: UniMexicali

Staff of the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) in Baja California, completed a search warrant issued by the District Judge Specialized in the Accusatory Criminal Justice System of the Federal Criminal Justice Center for a building located in the Colonia Cerro Colorado where they secured 200 Kilos 780 grams 400 milligrams of methamphetamine and 27 Kilos 992 grams 900 milligrams of heroin.

Derived from research techniques of the Federal Ministerial Police (PFM), a warehouse was located in the vicinity of the aforementioned colony where various types of drugs were stored. 

Elements of the Federal Ministerial Police located and confiscated at the warehouse: 406 packages with methamphetamine, 28 packages with heroin and six vehicles. 

The aforementioned and the place were secured by the agent of the Federal Public Ministry, who continues integrating the investigation folder to find those responsible for this crimes.

6 comments:

  1. I always wonder if the cartels feel these busts? What is the threshold to when people start dying for this?

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    1. I was gonna say it is = to when a cook drops a burger patty at McDonald's. But a load like this is like the McDonald's semi truck crashing in route to the franchisee. Meth and Heroin are produced in country and the risk (and biggest expense) are crossing it to the USA.

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    2. Its money lost. Seized drugs like these do have a financial impact to cartels. Especially when proceeds go towards paying their employees and officials on the take. Added with funding other operations.

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    3. These cartels do their risk mitigation. Of course a bust is felt and cost an organization money but they don't put loads together so large that it will cripple an organization. The size of the load busted is usually indicative of the size of the organization moving it.

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  2. My question is will this actually get destroyed or will the government traffic it across via another Narco group...Happened all the time in the 70s 80s and 90s don’t know if it’s the same the staged Burns and destruction...Though I suspect there’s actually some honest police and some does get destroyed it probably hasn’t changed that much from last century

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  3. Nothing gets lost, at least until the Military Zone Commander deals for the rescue party, everything just changes hands and transforms hopes of money into cash banks.
    Some wise ass made those Laws of Physiques or sompim' a long time ago.

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