Tuesday, September 24, 2019

"Doctor Wagner" Detained in Rome, Important Member of Sinaloa Cartel

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Milenio  y DW TYou Gus!

According to Italian media, the detainee is known as "Doctor Wagner" , he is one of the most important managers of cocaine trafficking from Mexico to the United States and an important member of the Sinaloa cartel, directed by Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera , currently imprisoned in the United States.

The Mexican Ramón Cristóbal Santoyo , 43, was arrested at the Fiumicino airport in Rome, Italy when he was boarding a plane to Paris, although he had a search and capture order issued by the United States authorities and Interpol for drug trafficking crimes. He was arrested by Italian Border Police.



The Italian Border Police in Fiumicino confirmed that although the arrest occurred on August 20, while embarking with his real name on an AirMéxico flight that would stop in Paris but continue later to the Mexican capital.  

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the federal agency of the United States, which deals with the fight against drug trafficking, had issued an arrest warrant in 2016, the media added. 

Now the Italian Justice will have to examine Santoyo's request for extradition by the United States. The US will demand that they take him to California to be tried in a court in the Southern District of California.

Just this past Thursday, September 19, the Attorney General of the Southern District of California, United States, filed charges for drug trafficking and money laundering against 85 people associated with the Mexican Sinaloa Cartel, who operated in San Diego County, at South of this state.

The accusation is the result of a year of investigation led by the DEA and the Internal Revenue Service and that resulted in a series of raids carried out early Thursday, in which four pounds of methamphetamine and two firearms were seized.

Of the 85 defendants, 47 are detained, the Prosecutor's Office said.

The accusation points to Juan Carlos Ochoa, René Valdez Jr., Ramón Castillo, Michel Wright, Alfonso Arroyo, Douglas Bowen, Samuel Becerra and Javier Vergara as the leaders of the criminal organization.

These men, the prosecution said, are allegedly responsible for providing kilograms of methamphetamine, heroin and fentanyl to dozens of distributors in Southern California.

61 comments:

  1. Give him a fair trial right before he hangs by the neck until dead!

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  2. Great more trash is getting put away

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  3. it's funny,how people have an opinion like they dont have little secrets of their own.
    unfortunately with out realizing how fucked up our country is. WE are the #1 consumers of all drugs. thats why people from the other countries smuggle it.. they got a few kingpins. more will replace them and the chain will continue on.

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    1. Venezuela is a Narco State
      What's worse?

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    2. Who gives a shit!!! Yeah people do have opinions of Scum bags they are all over the world..some people care...so hang all the trash..they deserve it.

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    3. 10:03 Venezuela is one of the most valuable oil producers in the world, they have been blockaded for refusing to hand over their oil to US corporations, the criminality and scarcity and political turmoil comes from that, and Venezuela is not the only victim of US foreign politics of greed.

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  4. The trash is the ones who buy it stop giving drugs to soldiers too it can stop dont blame the seller blame the buyers

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    1. What in the Hell are you talking about? Stop giving the Drugs to what Soliders ?

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    2. Pfft you’re a retard... it takes two to tango, but by no means do drug users have anything to do with the extreme levels of morbid violence perpetrated by the narco’s.

      Phelpso

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    3. Trash comment..blame everyine who is involved period..they are trash n scum

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    4. 8:98 Sellers tend to have more Money, honey.
      And freelancing sellers are not entitled to any protections from prosecution like those who enjoy impunity do.
      So, make sure and get yourself a good Godfather before you get started in the drug trafficking field.
      7:43 all I can tell you is that the drug traffickers and the pushers or the addicts, did not create all this drug trafficking,
      Remember the US has been involved in drug trafficking for hundreds of years, since before the US became independent, it was then allied with the British in drug trafficking in China in the 1700s.

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  5. People that worked with the Damasos getting turned in by the Sinaloas. Similar thing happened to El Changos side of the Familia Michaocana. The DEA only hit his line and left the other intact.

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    1. Where does it say he worked with Dámaso? CDS has been getting hit all over San Diego for a while now because of internal cooperation with the feds

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    2. You been following DTOs for some years and understand why CDS=SNITCHaloa. Al que le quede el saco que se lo ponga pariente y al cartel de las traiciones le queda cómo mandado hacer.

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    3. 8:22 you sound childish

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  6. Who talked? One member is already talking about vengeance because someone snitched...

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  7. They should arrest those atf agents that let the guns go to Mexico you know the country that paid for the wall.

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    1. Wall so tall you can't see the sky

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    2. Yeup! All those guns were given by the US gov

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  8. Where’s Michael Miller, CDS has been real quiet as of lately you say? They are getting hit from all directions.

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  9. If he got killed,that'll be the end of drug addicts ???
    Or he just one of of 5000k cartel's member in jail.
    Let's just spend more time with kids,educate them ones they start talking,walking and keep them away from bad people's...let's teach our kids with moral values and let grow them with their parents not with strangers in a foster care just because parents have to work...

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    1. These 5000k cartel members would not be in jail if there was no job for them meaning no demand. Of course this is asking too much out of addicts and future addicts.

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  10. Legalize all drugs.

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    1. Ppl will eliminate themselves... legalization of drugs would need a complete privatization of health care and hospitals will have to deny overdoses victims to let natural selection happen... sounds fucked up but really would work

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  11. Ok and now,would you find out who is providing weapons to the cartels? Hoo poops I forgot that you are a double moral people

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    1. Check the mirror friend. Just another poor victim, are you? Try taking responsibility for your own morality first.

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    2. Who sells firearms to the cartels? Look no further than the USA Federal government's debacle Operation Fast and Furious where the plan was to provide guns to unscrupulous trigger happy people south of the border with the intent of tracing the supply chain and arresting those involved. Nice on paper, fhowever the Fumbling Bumbling Idiaaots aka FBI and ATF loses track of all the weapons and provides more fuel to the bloody border battle that's claimed over 100,000 lives.

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    3. 6:13 I checked on the mirror, I have no weapons, drugs, or drug money on me, so I can tell you with authority that weapons and drugs go hand in hand with each other to drug traffickers and armed criminals, all armed by the same US and other worldly businessmen. They only take cash in their bank accounts...
      --no balas, ni balazos, ni abrazos.

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  12. You do the crime so do the time and stop being a bitch about it looking for loopholes to get out did you give your victims that option no so now hold that and stop bitching about it

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    1. I totally agree with you. When their locked up you see a look on their face like what happened why am I here.

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  13. Doesnt seem like much of a bust to me, 85 defendants, 47 detained = 4lbs of meth? 1 year and $1,000,000.00 american tax dollars what a waste. legalize drugs is the answer

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    1. You mast be a crack addic or meth
      Legalize all drugs dummy
      Teach ur kids to just say no
      You dummy

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    2. Just 1 of many federal agencies milking taxpayer dollars.

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  14. Who? What? Why? Where & When? I demand a full logical explanation on my desk in the morning... 😁✌️

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  15. And his corrido is going to say that he was having fun in Italy with gorgeous women

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    1. Who or whats to say he wasn’t there smart guy smh

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    2. If he was their or not when they make that corrido about him and he listening to it in jail he will be crying thinking about all the shit he did and got away with it, all the nice cars , homes and boats. I know that shit will make him stress or feel bigger about himself and try to control the prison from the inside.

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    3. 8:24 forget about it all that crap, what really, matters now is that the Sancho will be wearing all of his designer's calzones.

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  16. Now is time to catch the new chain of command that's currently in place and picked up business like nothing happened.

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    1. Because the market for drugs is global.
      Can't stop economic growth!

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  17. CdSNITCHES is DONE! Bunch of naco jr’s running around now. All the top dawgs are getting snitched on and busted. I’m curios as to who will emerge as the next “hero” of snitchaloa... I vote mochomos come back, those were some real gangstas.

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  18. U need help go to church u need more get a job u need a home keep the JOB

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  19. It's a never ending cycle...
    So arresting/long prison sentences only puts a kink in the chain momentarily until someone new steps in.you can change the players but the game will stay the same. A drug addict isnt a victim so for these men to kill someone who used all the product and now can't pay so they kill them, they are not the victim... The victims are the other people who get hurt as a result of the addict, the kids the spouses, family friends!

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  20. Not one (legit) photo out there right now of the perp..

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  21. Mexico should stop selling drugs for 2 weeks. People from U.S. would be jumping the wall! It's really simple if there wasn't a demand the supply would go elsewhere. It's a matter of greed, job security, and corruption here in our country. It's all a smoke screen by U.S. to make it look lidgt. Sad part about it's not gonna change until the man upstairs comes back and wipes us all out. What value is greed gonna have then? 0

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  22. Suck the money out of this bitch and kill him, no mercy.They don't have mercy in Mexico so be it, and their pussy "comrades" don't go to Italy to avenge his friend??? Jajaja they are just scumbags with no honor.

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  23. Sinaloa cartel and many others are a bunch of idiots! The game they play of trying to hunt you down if they think you crossed them is basically babyish! like little butt hurt babies they act out in a rage. The stupid thing is sometimes people who never would go to the cops and never would go to the Feds if they were just left alone and in peace
    will now be going to the Feds! and talking about the murder and the drug smuggling! and basically fighting back! those losers have brought this on themselves !

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  24. 4 kilos of meth?? And 85 arrests??. Isnt that like 15k worth of meth?? Something is off about this story- wheres the heroin and fent if their "supplying distributors all over southern california.."

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  25. Just like all the corridos say. If the boss dies today another one takes its place. The war against drug trafficking will never end. The same way they make drugs in mexico it's the same way it's made here in the US.

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  26. Anyway you slice it importing meth is seriously wrong at any level.

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  27. 4 measely lbs..are you kidding us DEA or justifying your yearly budget..how embarassing is this bust!!

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  28. They barley even found anythig, FTP!! United States created the cartels with the war on drugs!!! IT'S SAD, POLICE SHOULD BE HEROES BUT INSTEAD THEY ARE DESPISED, due to having to enforce these laws against plants, & altering your own consciousness, which by the way is a human right!

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