Monday, October 28, 2019

Raúl René Rodríguez Romero: Most Wanted by DEA, Arrested in Chihuahua

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: El Diario y DnvrChnl y US DEA
Elements of the Attorney General's Office (FGE) arrested Raúl René Rodríguez Romero, alleged drug trafficker wanted by the United States Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) in the Municipality of Chihuahua.

Rodriguez is required by the federal Court for the District of Colorado, in order to be prosecuted for crimes against health and operations with resources of unlawful origin.

Between May and November 2015, the individual from the State of Chihuahua was tracked by the DEA as part of an investigation into the sale of synthetic drugs and money laundering in Denver.

The DEA has recordings of conversations in which Rodríguez Romero agrees to carry out financial transactions to hide the origin of the proceeds of drug trafficking, and in which he agreed to sell methamphetamines to the confidential source.

Rodríguez Romero is one of the most wanted criminals by the DEA Office in Denver and, according to the search and location sheet issued by the Agency, conspired to distribute methamphetamine.

He was made available to the District Judge Specialized in the Criminal Accusatory System in Mexico City based in the North Men's Prison, who will define his legal status according to the extradition procedure.

In another action, agents of the Federal Ministerial Police of the FGR complied with a formal detention order for extradition purposes against the alleged plagiarist Pedro Luis Ramírez Carvallos.

He was arrested in San Andrés Tuxtla, Veracruz, and is required by the Federal Court for the Southern District of Florida, for his probable responsibility in the crimes of criminal association to commit kidnapping and unloading a firearm during a violent act.

Ramírez Carvallos was available to the District Judge Specialized in the Accusatory Criminal System, attached to the Federal Criminal Justice Center based in the Southern Preventive Prison in Mexico City.

According to the investigations, this man  participated in the kidnapping of a US citizen committed in the State of Veracruz on December 1, 2012; the victim was released days later, after payment of a ransom. 

Raul Rene Rodriguez-Romero:                                                 
Wanted for the following alleged federal violations
The following alleged federal drug charges:

Conspiracy to distribute over 500 grams methamphetamine
Label Description
Race White
Sex Male
Height 6' 6"
Weight 210
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Brown
Year of Birth 1988
Last Known Address Chihuahua, MX
NCIC # W766000958
Jurisdiction District of Colorado
Note: If you go to the DENVER CHANNEL link at top you can view some other interesting Most Wanted People.


24 comments:

  1. Damm thats one tall motherfucker!

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  2. Guess this guy dont have the clout like Olvidio or the cash

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    1. This guy was a nobody. No one even cares for los Menores. That was the nail in the coffin and they were the hammer.

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  3. 6' 6"? Or 5'6"? If he really was 6' 6" thats why he caught you almost never see a mexican taller than 6' 2"

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    1. My cousin omar is 6'3

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    2. Another stereotype. I'm Mexican (American), and I, have two first cousins that one is 6'9 and the other 6'10. They also eat roast beef and cheese and brocoli. I've seen plenty Mexicans that average over 6'2 in my family also.

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    3. @3:27 what part of mexico you from?

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  4. 6' 6"? Or 5'6"? If he really was 6' 6" thats why he caught you almost never see a mexican taller than 6' 2" the norm in mexico is 5' 6" if you are taller than that then you are cosider a tall dude

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    1. People from Chihuas are big mofos.. out of all of my relatives I'm the shortest one and I'm 5'8 .. i have a cousin and a nephew that are 6'5" and 250lbs.. blame the flour tortillas if you want but you hardly see any short and malnourished males like you do in michoacan, guerrero or veracruz.. even our women are bigger than dudes from down south.. lol

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    2. Beltran leyvas were 6ft+

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  5. They call him "El 4 erres":"

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  6. If im correct this guy worked for la linea. Denver is a Linea hub and tuxtla veracruz is where the Z would send reinforcements to la linea from

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    1. More then likely yeah! But i dont think z and líneas are working together now

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    2. Yeah at this point La Linea doesn't need help.

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    3. Lineas and Zetas never really worked together but rather had more of a non agrassion treaty with each other so they could survive battleing against Mexican and American governments as well as CDS.

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  7. With all that height he could have played in the selección. Could have made a great defense player and a weapon on the set pieces! Damn!

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  8. Did la linea really killed el jaguar in madera? If yeah then why isnt that a bit deal cause to me it seems Like it really is!

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    1. Jaguar is live n well word is he is back in la poma

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    2. Jaguar is resting in piece

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    3. Jaguar hasn't been seen in many moons. He is probably hiding in la Sierra licking CDS bosses balls so he can get reinforcements from sent over from Sinaloa otlr Durango to help him against La Linea.

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  9. No longer a free man, welcome to prison.

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  10. Thank you !
    I could not come up w ANY details.......
    Cuatro Erres must have kept it low key.
    6’6” come straight of the DEA website.

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