Saturday, June 20, 2020

US citizen arrested, with more than 32,000 high caliber cartridges, while trying to evade security inspection

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat   Mexican National Guard Website


At the Garita III Mariposa border crossing in Nogales, Sonora, elements of the National Guard in coordination with personnel from the Tax Administration Service (SAT) detain a US citizen in possession of 32,740 heavy-caliber ammo.

The arrest occurred when the driver of a suv crossed the fiscal area at an excessive speed to evade the security filter, and when carrying out various maneuvers he was hit and overturned meters later. The driver was attended immediately and suffered no serious injuries.

Upon conducting an on-site inspection, the National Guardsmen placed various cartridges inside the van and others more scattered on the asphalt.

Once the cartridges were counted and packed, the driver, together with the seized, was turned over to the Attorney General of the Republic in the entity, after reading the suspect his rights and entering their data in the National Detention Registry.




36 comments:

  1. Great catch hope they keep siezed the ammo, which will save a lot of lives, before being used by the criminals.

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  2. Can anyone identify the items in the two bags that are blurred?

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    1. Its possibly wolf or tula ammo boxes.

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    2. Looks like boxes of ammo to me. They’re probably blurring the boxes due to copyright issues?

      Look up the brands Wolf, Tula, and PMC.

      When looking closer, I do see some clips/magazines as well (standard size).

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    3. Maybe they are blurring out the brand on the boxes

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    4. Those are Wolf Ammo boxes. They make 7.62x39 rounds for weapons chambered in that caliber, like an AK47

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    5. Looks like boxed ammo, they got careless and threw the last couple of boxes in without opening the box, is what it looks like

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    6. well maybe, but why blur those two bags which has the same whatever in them?

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    7. has the right colors. the question was posed on twitter. and I had no idea. thank you everyone.

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    8. Son las cajas de tiro como dijeron arriba tula y wolf es lo mas comercial en la frontera. Me dediqué al trafico de armas por muchos años en nogales y es Un negociaso... estas balas quiza eran mitad para chapos mitad para mayos o. En 3 partes dividas pal mencho los chapos y los mayos. Se escucha mal pero. A nosotros no nos importa a quien vayan las balas mientras paguen el dinero. Una caja de 1000 tiros de cuerno cuesta entre 800 a 900 dlls en Culiacan. En usa cuestan 240 dlls ea un negocio que deja muchisimas ganacias como la droga . Los browning 50 cal se venden hasta en 42 mil dlls en culiacan. cuando en usa cuestan 12500. Y muchos mas que les podria poner de ejemplo. Se ah detalle el negocio del trafico de armas en esta región desgraciadamente yo fui unos de los que se dedicó a esto por mucho tiempo. Y la vdd no ahi un dia en el que no me sienta arrepentido y sucio. Por haber dejado que tanta gente muriera con mi mercancía. Gente inocente que no tiene la culpa de nada. Tienes que tener una consciencia para poder salirte de ese negocio. Desafortunadamente en Nogales ya no la ahy.... saludos plebada

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    9. wolf makes 556 too for AR

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    10. Wolf 7.62 x 39 boxes. But why blur out the packaging? My guess is either copyright issues (very unlikely) or to protect the chain of sales. With barcodes one can track where, when and who purchased the ammo (if paid via credit card)

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  3. Looks like boxes of the same wolf brand 7.62 ammo. Cheap but it will still kill. From what I hear ammo is around 50.cents a round. That's a good siezure to keep out of there hands.

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  4. Just think how many loads on a daily basis gets by, this guy's incident has to be diversion cause he clearly handed
    himself over .

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  5. So happy anonymous commenting is back 🙏. We need more information from commenters on the Russo/Mayo vs Nini/Chapitos beef.

    Phelpso

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    1. OMG thank you lord.

      - the Australiano

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    2. Chapitos are chasing Rusos crew all over..Mayo doesnt want anything to do with it and is 100% neutral. The old man in the hat is enjoying his family and not involved in violence anymore at all.

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  6. They do not want the brand names of the ammo published because there is no proof that those company's are involved in the smuggling of their ammo to be used illegally by organized crime groups. If the Mexican government was to publish the brand names they are putting forward that the company's know that their product is being illegally exported for use in organized crime. So, if they publish the brand names those companies are within their rights to take the Mexican government to court and have them prove that they were legally complicit with their product being exported and used by the organized crime groups which would be very hard for the Mexican government to do and if they could not in turn those companies could sue for liable. That is why the Mexican authorities are reluctant to show the product names or symbols.

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    1. Wolf brand ammo is/was sold in Walmart

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    2. obviously russian wolf ammo and knowing Russia wolf probably have a contact in every cartel like a sales rep.

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  7. https://twitter.com/blogdelnarcomx/status/1274565238927634432?s=20

    El lloron de Guanajuato----theres your hero guys the one who was suppose to stop almighty CJNG, bastard cant even contain his tears let alone Señor Menchos elements.

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  8. No wonder there's an ammo drought in the US

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    1. 11:26 Hope you get some drought relief with some high caliber ammo like a red hot burning mortar up your ass, to make you happy.

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  9. Thats some cheap ass fmj ammo wolf 7.62x39 but from what i know 1000 rounds of 7.62x39 cost around 10000-15000 pesos depending on the region ,so its a 2 to 3 times profit , guns and ammo are 2-3 times marked up some places even higher , just depends on the regional war zone

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    1. 12:57 cheap ammo like Tula or wolf have proven reliability in my rifles not a jam... Plus why would u wanna kill a piece of trash rival with high end ammo?

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    3. Anonymous above said 1000 rounds that cost $240 in the US sells for $800-900 in Culican Mexico

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  10. He lost his investment
    He lost his automobile
    He lost his freedom
    He lost his health (the waiting virus)

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  11. Was this loadout for mayo or chapitos???

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  12. He will be in the living hell of the Mexico prison/court system now, very possible he will die there. I doubt this was his plan, but much like the fates of other people that involved in an evil organization, that WAS the plan.

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  13. se estan armando para los topones en Kborka llego el apoya desde Culiacan la gente del Mayo!!!

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    1. No wonder I can’t find ammo anywhere in Tucson 😂

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  14. She said bags not boxes you idiots.

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