Saturday, February 29, 2020

Capture a leader of the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel in BC

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat   TY GUS  Source



ROSARITO BEACH- After a singular operation that involved federal and entity forces, Fabián “N” was captured, who is  considered  a lieutenant of the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel that José Antonio “N” leads nationally , alias "El Marro".

The capture was the effect of a joint task against crime carried out by the National Guard, State Security and Investigation Guard, the Mexican Army, and the Office of the Special Prosecutor for Organized Crime Investigation.

The El Marro band is dedicated to drug trafficking and huachicol that has its center of operation  in the state of Guanajuato, and has allied itself with the Gulf Cartel.

Fabián N. alias “la Vieja” is one of three brothers who are from the group and are  closest to the leader of the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel.


The arrest of Fabián “N”, was after obtaining a search warrant that was carried out in a condominium located in the vicinity of the Free Rosarito-Ensenada road, at kilometer 43, where they seized several packs of the synthetic drug known as methamphetamine.

After the apprehension, the criminal objective was transfer like 8:00 pm on Friday February 28, to the facilities of the Mexican Air Force, through an operation protected by elements of the National Defense Secretariat, National Guard , State Security and Investigation Guard.

Fabián "N" is involved in various investigations with acts of violence recorded so far this year in several parts of the country, including the State of Guanajuato.

11 comments:

  1. Very strange that someone from el Marro's group is in Rosarito, BC, no?

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    1. Shows the heavy pressure they are under in Guanajuato, both from the government and CJNG.

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    2. Not at all. It's T.J, you have people from all walks of life there. It's where people settle when they can't cross the border, so, you're gonna come across people from not just all over mexico, but all over latin America as well. You might even get some asians and people from the middle east.

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    3. 7:10 and 7:27 are right, TJ is a huge, complex town with a large transitory population, and no dominant cartel; exactly the place where a cartel member wanted in another state might hide and attempt to disguise himself as a “businessman” in town for work.

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  2. Rumor on the street is he was there to do business with el tigre gastelum

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    1. He wasn’t there to do business with anyone, he was there to hide out because the government has been capturing Marro’s lieutenants left and right.

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    2. He isn’t wanted on warrants from BC, so it is unlikely that he was doing much business there; if the Mex government is coming after you, they will pin everything they can on you to make the cases go away—the fact that the government hasn’t hung something on this guy for crimes committed in BC means it is unlikely this guy was making much noise in TJ.

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  3. K43? isnt that near Las Gaviotas?

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  4. "...Federal and entity forces" What are "entity forces"?
    Mexico-Watcher

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    1. Municipal, Ministerial, Estatal of where he was captured @10:30

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    2. Entity, entidad, the location...municipales y estatales.

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