Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Authorities step up fight against 'El Jaguar' and 'El 32', drug cartel leaders in Chihuahua

"MX" for Borderland Beat
El Jaguar (left) and El Mudo and/or El 32 (right)
Mexican authorities are stepping in on a fight between rival drug cartels that has claimed more than 100 lives and left the former mayor of Madera, Chihuahua, missing.

State authorities on Thursday disclosed they are building a 47-acre police/army base in Madera to counter violence from Sinaloa cartel proxy Gente Nueva, and the La Linea cell of the old Juarez cartel.

They have also issued arrest warrants against the leaders of both groups: Francisco Arvizu Marquez, a.k.a. “The Jaguar,” and Roberto Gonzalez Montes, a.k.a. “El Mudo” (The Mute) or “El 32.”

“They’re engaged not only in drug trafficking and drug sales, but also involved in illegal logging. They are destroying our forests,” Police Commissioner Emilio Garcia Ruiz said Thursday in a videoconference.

The two groups last clashed in April, during an ambush near Madera that left 19 alleged members of Gente Nueva dead. The police commissioner said the Mexican National Guard, the army and the state police have had particular success lately against Arvizu.

“We are engaged in a permanent operation to capture The Jaguar. We drove him out of the area (Madera), we have him corralled near Sonora. We seized a vehicle from him — a 4-by-4 completely armored against most bullets save for .50-caliber shells,” Garcia said. “That is what we are up against.”
This is the armored truck seized by Mexican authorities from “The Jaguar” in the mountains of Western Chihuahua. (photo courtesy State of Chihuahua)
U.S. security analysts say La Linea is having success taking over Western Chihuahua. Control of the region means access to drug smuggling routes into Southern New Mexico and Southeast Arizona. “El 32” is a former police officer who was arrested on weapons charges in 2016 but released shortly after.

State officials believe his cell is responsible for the July 15, 2017 killing of 15 rivals near Madera, the slaying of three women believed to be informants of The Jaguar in 2019, as well as the April massacre of the 19 Gente Nueva members who were driving along a road when ambushed.

One of the two groups is also believed responsible for the abduction last month of José Alfredo Vázquez Fernández, the former mayor of Madera and active board member of the municipal water utility. The police commissioner said capturing The Jaguar and “32” will substantialy diminish organized crime activities and homicides in the region.

Madera Municipality (Chihuahua) is under heavy dispute from both groups
“We are showing them authorities are stronger than any criminal group,” he said. The new base is totally walled-in and includes a shooting range, barracks for up to 128 police officers and soldiers, a weight training room, and a helipad, he said.


The $4.5 million compound is only missing dormitories and equipment; it should be fully operational in the next few months, the police commissioner said.

Sources: Border Report; 915 Noticias El Paso

36 comments:

  1. I wonder how the nice the complex will be. I only hope it’s state of the art and not shitty Chinese work.

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  2. This must be the second Jaguar from GN, yes?

    I remember a different Jaguar going down some years ago, the man actually like looked like a Jaguar..

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    1. Yea el Jaguar maruffo from Villa Ahumda, that plaza has since been taken by the linea

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  3. I wonder if the $4.5 million dollar compound was built by the federal government with all of the money gained from drug seizures.

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  4. Juarez Cartel gonna take back Durango if this keeps up

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    1. CDS got Durango on lock and Juarez would probably go after Sonora before that but with all the chaos going they just cooling while they kill each other

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    2. Well since durango went from Juarez to Zetas to Sinaloa at this point i wouldnt be surprised if Juarez made a comeback or CJNG arrives.

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    3. Durango is on lock 100% Cabrera, Durango is where other groups come to die. No marranos zone.

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    4. Ncdj has been operating in Torreon supporting the Laguna cartel

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  5. Hahahahaha at the type of monstros others cartels have compared to CJNG.
    Looks like the monster CDS was using was put together with masking tape and aluminum cans.

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    1. Lmao you’re not kidding. With mud

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    2. 3:16 Y CHICLE 😂😂😂

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    3. If duck tape don't work,
      You did not use enough

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  6. That is not Jaguar that is how brother that got killed in the Ambush in April

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    1. Marco Antonio Arvizu Márquez?

      I found the supposed picture of El Jaguar here:

      https://letraroja.com/index.php/el-jaguar-el-alcoholico-y-brutal-narco-detras-de-la-masacre-lebaron/

      Maybe you can help us ID the real El Jaguar if there's a picture out there?

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    2. MX can I email it to you?

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    3. Absolutely, you and anyone else can email me at:

      anonymous.mxonline@protonmail.com

      You can also email me in the future through Blogger.

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    4. Why you adding false information to the article? Original article states nothing regarding western chihuas. Report the news dont make it up

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    5. @6:11 PM: You're joking, right? The article posted here is borrowed directly from Border Report. They mention western Chihuahua twice just like in this BB publication.

      The only thing I changed was the title to make it more precise and understandable for our international readers. Everything else is the same.

      https://www.borderreport.com/hot-topics/border-crime/authorities-step-up-fight-against-jaguar-and-rival-la-linea-cartel-in-chihuahua/

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    6. Direct quote from the source:

      "U.S. security analysts say La Linea is having success taking over Western Chihuahua. Control of the region means access to drug smuggling routes into Southern New Mexico and Southeast Arizona."

      https://www.borderreport.com/hot-topics/border-crime/authorities-step-up-fight-against-jaguar-and-rival-la-linea-cartel-in-chihuahua/

      I don't think you're reading the same source used for this publication. Are you using your mobile or something?

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  7. Another Normal day in Mexico. We innocent people have no.pwer

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  8. sicario ,ke les paso a ezoz highly trained 19 gente nueva sicarios ambushed , contesta y no ignores la pregunta .

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    1. 4:02 not sicario but u said it urself "ambushed",that must off been the only way to get at GN,why take pride in hitting someone literally from behind?? That's just cowardness

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    2. GN nueva uses the smae approach and ambushes people. As a matter of fact even the American military uses the same tactics. Your kind of naive to thinking that ambushes are for cowards only anf that GN would never do that.

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    3. 9:33
      In the military it's called "intel".

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    4. 9:33 like Gente Muerta never ambush anyone themselves? Hahaha grow up dude!
      Pinche alucinado igual que todos los de Sinaloa.

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    5. 9:33 pinche pendejo! Todos lo carteles incluyendo gente nueva emboscan a sus enemigos! No tuvieras gente si solo esperabas darte topones con contras frente a frente.

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  9. Sicario006July 21, 2020 at 9:58 AM
    Animo Sicarios
    There is only one highly trained group in the Cartel World .
    Gente Nueva Special Forces Tier 1 Operators
    !
    Loyal only to the Guzman dynasty

    New People 006

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  10. The only way CDS will ever win in Chihuahua is by letting the government do it's job.
    If these guys get aprehended then CDS nutthuggers will claim they had the power and big balls to do it themselves.
    La Linea will be far from done however no matter what they claim.

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  11. El jaguar will donate some bed exercise equipment and problem solved.

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  12. Lowkey this should be interesting my guess is that linea will slow down the process n kick back up when some important people are payed off well for the Juarez cartel. They should be number one in the northern areas between the border

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  13. U.S. security analysts say La Linea is having success taking over Western Chihuahua.
    BS, click on the link read the original article. This was added by the clown with an agenda that poorly translated this article

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    1. "U.S. security analysts say La Linea is having success taking over Western Chihuahua. Control of the region means access to drug smuggling routes into Southern New Mexico and Southeast Arizona."

      https://www.borderreport.com/hot-topics/border-crime/authorities-step-up-fight-against-jaguar-and-rival-la-linea-cartel-in-chihuahua/

      This is the direct quote from the source. What source are you reading?

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  14. Original article basically says they're permanently going after el jaguar and building barracks.

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  15. Killed his cousin Puma 3 weeks ago.

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  16. Seems the war has cooled in this front for Gente Nueva. Probably had to refocus their attention on the internal war they’re having with RCQ and Russo. Also it seems La Línea has been pretty effective against Gente Nueva and if I remember correctly they assasinated high profile guys from GN before. La Línea seems like a tough and well organized enforcement wing of Cartel de Juarez.

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