Monday, September 30, 2019

CDS Leader “El Borrego” Executed in Valle de Juarez, Reprisals from "La Linea" Expected

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Diario.mx
Hitmen entered a mechanical workshop located in the Waterfill area, near the Zaragoza bridge, to execute a man. That man was Orlando Marín Delgado, "El Borrego" 22,  the target of the armed men, who arrived at the Multi Services Palmas workshop, located on Nardos Street, and shot him in the head, a Municipal Police agent reported.

The man who was executed in a workshop on Waterfill Avenue was wanted by the authorities, for being one of the generators of violence in the Juarez Valley and had disputes with "La Linea" for the plaza. Marín Delgado was wanted by the authorities of the three levels of government since 2016 and worked for Gabino Salas Valenciano.



Orlando Marín Delgado, ''El Borrego'', was the criminal leader of the Sinaloa Cartel in the Valley and disputed the square with ''La Línea'', which resulted in several gun battles and caused 'levantones', ie kidnapping and executions.

An agent of the Ministerial Police announced that the victim of the armed attack was called Orlando Marín Delgado, 22, alias ''El Borrego'', leader of the Sinaloa Cartel in the Juarez Valley and who was wanted for some 'levantones' , ie kidnappings and executions from 2017 to date.

Shortly before one in the afternoon, two armed men surprised him when he was in a workshop called Multiservices Las Palmas on Waterfill and Nardos Avenue, who executed him.

Marín Delgado was wanted by the authorities of the three levels of government since 2016 and worked for Gabino Salas Valenciano . He was identified by documents he carried.

The hitmen did not shoot or kill workshop employees who took refuge among the cars that were there. The area was cordoned off by preventive agents and at this time experts from the State Attorney General's Office in the Northern Zone carry out the work prior to the removal of the body.
Agents of the Secretariat of Municipal Public Security made the arrest of two alleged “hitmen” belonging to the criminal group “La Empresa”, which will be investigated for their alleged responsibility in the murder of a man in a mechanical workshop Saturday afternoon at the Waterfill neighborhood.

The arrest took place when municipal agents who carried out prevention and surveillance work surprised these subjects identified as "Adrián MR" and "Alfredo Antonio MS", who circulating at speed aboard a black Ford Explorer brand truck at the junction of Waterfill and Ramón Rayón streets, in the aforementioned Colonia, after "El Borrego" was deprived of life with a firearm as reported inside a mechanical workshop located at the intersection of Nardos and Waterfill streets.
They made the stop to perform an inspection by security protocols, locating between the passenger seat a firearm caliber 9 mm and a magazine stocked with eleven useful cartridges during the search of the vehicle which gave reason for which they proceeded to arrest.

The detainees spontaneously said they belonged to the criminal group "La Empresa" and that they are dedicated to the "sicariate", ie being hitmen for the criminal cell.

After reading the rights, the suspects detained 24 years and 27 years old, were consigned to the corresponding authority for their alleged responsibility in the commission of the aforementioned crime, likewise, said authority will be in charge of determining if the firearm insured It was used in the homicide mentioned above or in deaths due to criminal rivalries.

For his part:  The State Attorney General's Office (FGE) in the Northern Zone will pay special attention to the area of ​​the Juarez Valley, following the execution of  ''El Borrego'', one of the main generators of violence in those municipalities and towns.

Prosecutor Jorge Nava López reported that the criminal leader who was killed in a mechanical workshop in the Zaragoza area, had arrest warrants for crimes of manslaughter and illegal deprivation of liberty.

Orlando Marín Delgado, ''El Borrego'', was the criminal leader of the Sinaloa Cartel in the Valley and disputed the square with ''La Línea'', which resulted in several gun battles and caused 'levantones', ie kidnapping and executions.

The prosecutor said that the criminal map had "El Borrego'' as one of the most wanted and after his death a violent reaction from his followers is expected.

Therefore, special surveillance and presence of agents of the Ministerial Police and elements of the State Security Commission (CES) were ordered, Nava reported.

11 comments:

  1. I'm confused Why would La Linea have reprisals for a CDS leader that was killed?? They would be Celebrating

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  2. A 22 year old commanding a cell of criminals. Damn looks like CDS running out of men. Do not think his followers will do shit however concidering he was probably the oldest if not solely the "most experienced" member of the group.
    CDS days in the Valley of Juarez are comking to an end.

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    1. El Valle De Juárez nunca ácido de la empresa, El Valle siempre será de la Gente.

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  3. They cought them right away usually doesn’t happen that way but it was a cds boss

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  4. A 22 year old plaza boss? CDS is really losing Chihuahua. No security, and popped by a 9 mm.

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  5. La linea ain't messing around. Sounds like they're getting stronger and stronger!!! Any reports from Juarez??

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    1. How can a 22 year old be a leader of anything? CDS must be desperately looking for child sicarios if guys like these are leaders.

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  6. The real crime is those capris pants

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  7. Crazy, I was at this shop just a couple of weeks back. I'm glad they didn't kill all the workers.

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  8. What's CDS going to do. Shoot up a few doctors or politicians and then set up mantas blaming La Linea again like they always do???
    Or hire more child sicarios and let a 21 year old kid lead some more kids?
    What about the 6oo strong hitmen CDS showed near Parral around 6 months ago? Most are probably 6ft under already.

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  9. Cds just keep losing plazas everywhere even in the U.S

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