Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Blood trail leads to suspected Mexican cartel member in Texas

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  TY GUS  Source



A trail of blood led several law enforcement agencies to a suspected Mexican Cartel member along the Texas-Mexico border on Jan. 9, according to a U.S. Border Patrol news release.

On Jan. 9, the Mexican government contacted the Del Rio Sector Foreign Operations Branch due to a police and cartel shootout near Guerrero, Coahuila, Mexico — which is located about 20 miles south of Eagle Pass, Texas.

The Mexican government believed at least one cartel member crossed the Rio Grande into Texas, according to the release.

“Cartel violence in Mexico has been on the rise,” said Raul L. Ortiz, Del Rio sector chief patrol agent. “The Border Patrol works with the Government of Mexico, neighboring sectors, and law enforcement partners to respond to these incidents and keep the people in our areas safe.”


Agents with the Del Rio Sector, Laredo Sector, Carrizo Springs Station and Eagle Pass South Station began the search for the man and discovered a trail of blood, according to the release. The trail led to a man with multiple gunshot wounds.

Border Patrol agents treated the man before he was airlifted to a hospital for medical treatment.

13 comments:

  1. US side they will investigate which cartel this injured belongs to, and he had a weapon on US soil, bet ya charges are pending.

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  2. Reynoso controls San Fernando. All bridges in matamoros control by Cartel. The Mexican Government has lost control to the Cartel. Be careful when u cross. U could lose ur car

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  3. Unbelievable why did they do that? They should had let him die like a dog! The mfckr is a mass murderer and a cartel member! He hates americans!

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  4. Don't treat the SOB. Send him back. Cartel is A product of Mexico

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  5. Just throw some QuickClot in there and ship him back. Why a hospital?

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  6. More tax payers money gone to waste they should left that b!+ch to die.

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  7. I would rather pay to build the wall then to save this scum

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  8. They shouldn’t have treated him and left him for dead. 💀

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  9. Only in Messico. A literal trail of blood. And not a figurative one. Thank you for the laugh. Be safe my brown gente. See you in the next post. Good job borderland beat. Always on point with real news. And none of the fake news crap.
    El Smarto

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  10. Do you think Mexico is better off with President Amlo?

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    1. "Better" depends on who you are referring to. Homicides and hugs up at the same time. Maybe they could initiate a hugicide or homihug program.

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  11. Crimes in Mexico hitting the border town's.

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    1. The united states of america need to militarise the border to stop those evil wicked sicarios from getting into the US. Many of them jump border fences all the time!

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