Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Find US $3 million in barrels headed to Mexico from North Carolina

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat   Reforma

North Carolina agents, alerted by a police dog, stopped a cargo truck that was heading to Mexico with barrels carrying 3 million dollars.

The cargo truck with a trailer carried barrels of pork, while the money was wrapped in plastic, the Cleveland County Police Station said on its Facebook page.

It is believed that the money was a product of drug sales in the region, Commissioner Alan Norman said Tuesday.

"It is one of the biggest seizures of money in Cleveland County history," Norman told Shelby Star.
The police said the Justice Department was asked to assist with the investigation.

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    1. Congrats! And the year is not over yet. :)

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    2. Hey and thank you for your help!

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    3. Chivis
      What DTO is supplying that area?

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    4. @2:51 primarily cjng also another I think CDG...maybe someone can help us out

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    5. SEE DR SAX comment below with the interactive map. NC is one of the cjng states in that region.

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  2. Great catch that money is now seized, that cartel it belongs to, will be having some heads rolling.

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  3. 3 mill seems a little light. It was probably more lol dirty cops

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  4. U.S main goal lol

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  5. Excellent 👍 catch, it was destined to be money to cartels pockets, bribe money to government officials of Mexico, also to buy more guns and ammo.

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  6. Feel sorry for the individual who can't reimburse the loss. Cartels don't take such a loss likely with a pat on the back.
    Expect him to talk for protection.

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  7. Charlotte money. When I was in rehab a few years back, all the other young guys there were from the Charlotte area. And everyone else was there for opioids/heroin. I seemed like the only alcoholic my age. That was the first place I heard about fentanyl; guys would talk about sticking the patches on their neck, or chewing them, or cutting them open to smoke the fluid inside—mind you, this was 2013. The upper and middle class areas of NC are all dying from opioid abuse and have been for a while now.

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  8. World News tonight on ABC is actually reporting Mexico's 40000 disappearances of people. A remarkable achievement for what's transpiring next door where it has been silenced for years.
    Finally putting an agenda for thought.

    E42

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  9. I can already imagine la mencha y sus jaliskas throwing tamptrums and getting poorer

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  10. Seems desperate to me.

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  11. What a minute that's mine,lost my wallet while nothcarolina last week.

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  12. Imagine opening those barrels and taking out that money lol

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  13. So the police dog can sniff out cash as well as dope? Or did the cash have dope on it? Inquiring minds want to know!

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    1. some dogs are trained to smell money.

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  14. Hopefully thats cjng money

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  15. 3 mil is a drop in the hat to these guys. Yeah people are going to die because of this wether they had anything to do with it or not. Obviously somebody snitched. Lol imagine how many trucks pass daily like this one, with more money than this. Or hell these cops probably needed a bone and somebody threw them this one to calm stuff down.

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  16. “Alerted by a dog” yea right.....do these stupid hick cops actually think people believe these “random stop for speeding” stories?
    We all know this is the result of months or years of work and they knew damn well that money was in there long before the truck was pulled over. Someone rolled on the group that generated this money or the courier who’s moving it to mex.

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  17. Pay the price on USA, do illegal activity, get home and money siezed.

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  18. ALMO will call Trump to have that money returned to Mexico, as Mencho will write a letter, that the money was earned by bricklaying homes in Carolina.

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    1. Lol your funny.

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    2. An insurance claim from one of many businesses he owns.

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    3. And selling churros at the LA county fair . Damn good ones btw.

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  19. “A ruthless Mexican drug lord’s empire is devastating families with its grip on small-town USA : With unparalleled speed, the "Cártel Jalisco Nueva Generación, or CJNG, has set up shop in cities, towns and unsuspecting communities across America.” Louisville Courier Journal 11/28/19 https://www.courier-journal.com/in-depth/news/crime/2019/11/24/el-menchos-mexican-drug-cartel-cjng-empire-devastating-small-towns/4181733002/
    INTERACTIVE: Explore an investigation wall showing the connections of El Mencho and CJNG cartel. https://content-static.courier-journal.com/embeds/cartel-big-wall/index.html

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