Tuesday, August 4, 2020

2 Plus Tons of Cocaine Decommissioned near Acapulco, Guerrero

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Televisa / msn/ 24horas
    
Navy seizes more than two tons of cocaine and fuel in Guerrero
The smaller boat, cocaine and fuel were secured and made available to the Agent of the Public Ministry of the Federation of Acapulco, Guerrero.

The Secretary of the Navy-Navy of Mexico ( SEMNAR) seized 2,240 kilograms of alleged cocaine, 500 liters of fuel, as well, from a smaller vessel, on the coastline of Guerrero.

The cargo was transported in packages and drums on board a smaller “Imemsa” type vessel manned by four people. Imemsa is a type of panga.

According to the Navy, personnel from an Ocean Patrol ship sighted the smaller vessel with two outboard engines moving at high speed southeast of the port of Acapulco, Guerrero, for which reason they established an operation with surface units, aircraft units and personnel of the Marine
Corps for their interception.
The crew of the boat threw 112 black packages and 19 white drums with a capacity of 50 liters each, 10 of them full of fuel and nine empty.
After a chase, the smaller boat reached the vicinity of El Dorado beach, in front of the El Tecomate lagoon, Municipality of San Marcos, approximately 59 kilometers from Acapulco, Guerrero, and the four alleged traffickers escaped on foot.

13 comments:

  1. Que se escuchen esos pinches corridos ilustrosos donde andan en puras putas perdidas estos perros.
    - Sol Prendido

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  2. When the Mexican Navy is involved in a drug interception matter, weather big or small, they always seem to let the criminals go, just like in this case, and predict on future ones it will be the same, and no I am not God.

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    1. And return the merchandise after the foto op!

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  3. Wonder who did all this perico belong to? 🤔

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  4. Yep Chivis calls it the revolving door.

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  5. That’s fucked up bro who would do such a thing especially to Cocaine what did that fat ass linea ever do to you smh 🤦‍♂️

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    1. Probably can't handle it, se traba y paniquea el compa

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    2. Al contrario esos lo cochinéenla quieren nomas pa ellos.

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  6. There's a BIG shortage in THE U.S.A. with perico.. IT'S pricier and CUT like 300% MORE, it's NOT worth buying.. Waste of 💰 either WAY but you WON'T get the high NOW

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  7. 2+ tons in that small boat moving at high speed!!!

    That's just BS

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  8. I deliver to the Coast Guard in Alameda Ca. When there was a huge bust a couple years ago. There was fuckin Military personal up the fuckin ass!! Im talkin bout snipers , tanks and all kind of shit. Usually theres 2 guards at the entrance. That one tine there was bout 20 with their fuckin rifles. Krazy shit..later I found out that they had tons of Pow on that shit! Im sure thats what it looked like..😐😐😐😐

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  9. Yep the drug cartels have faster boats perps always go the lagoon and get away
    on foot 2+2 = ??

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  10. That's why most locals from Acapulco don't ho to that beach

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