Saturday, August 29, 2020

Feds Say CJNG Plaza Boss ‘La Roca’ Used Dallas Western Wear Store To Launder $10 Million

Chivis Martinez  TY Gus Borderland Beat  Source
Jose Valdovinos Jimenez (who went by the alias “La Roca”), along with 27 other co-defendants, are charged with smuggling meth and heroin in from Mexico, distributing the product in North Texas, laundering the money through the strip mall western wear store, and sending the money back to the Jalisco New Generation Cartel. 


The U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas have confirmed that a Mexican cartel boss and nearly 30 of his co-conspirators have been charged with laundering more than $10 million. According to Erin Nealy Cox, the money came from drug proceeds and was laundered through a local western wear store.

A federal grand jury charged 28 individuals connected to Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion with conspiracy to launder monetary instruments and other financial, drug, and gun crimes, including conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine, conspiracy to distribute heroin, and possession of a firearm. Dozens of those charged have already been arrested. “Drug cartels like CJNG wreak havoc across the globe, driving the spread of deadly drugs like meth and heroin,” said Cox. “We’re committed to tracking the money and disrupting these organizations by attacking their bottom line. By striking both the money and the drugs, we can more effectively impact the organization.”


According to the 38-count indictment, Jose Valdovinos Jimenez, a boss also known as “La Roca” or “The Rock,” conspired with his co-defendants to smuggle hundreds of kilograms of methamphetamine and heroin across the Mexican border, distribute the drugs in the United States, launder the proceeds and then transfer the money back to CJNG leaders.

Couriers were allegedly used to smuggle the drugs across the border, recrystallization laboratories to purify them, and stash houses to store the drugs.

At Mr. Jimenez’s direction, dealers were believed to have transported drug proceeds to Yoli’s Western Wear, a clothing store on Buckner Boulevard in Dallas. The 23-year-old manager of Yoli’s, Ivan Noe Valerio, and his family members allegedly then counted the money, separated it into thousands of transactions, and ultimately sent it back to the CJNG in Mexico.

During the course of the investigation, agents seized some 700 kilograms of methamphetamine, 80 kilograms of heroin, and $500,000.

If convicted, Jimenez and Valero face life in federal prison.

Below press release from DOJ click on image to enlarge


19 comments:

  1. Cjng don’t belong in Texas or north east Mexico remember what the 40 does to enemies on this side rosalio reta For example, just remember my hands are classified as highly dangerous I am the sexy Scotsman and I await your orders el lazca the zetas are world famous all over especially Europe no other cartel has gained soo much notoriety

    ATTE SCOTTISH ZETA

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    1. Animo Scottish Zeta!

      We don’t belong there?? Tu pendejo, CJNG is all over ur territory u just don’t know it. This discovery is insignificant. Northeast Mexico is now controlled by the CJNG/Metros Grand Alliance!

      Caballero de Jalisco🏴‍☠️🇲🇽

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    2. Texas don’t belong to any cartel; all of them launder here.
      No borders here

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    3. The Zetas were mentioned in one of Predator movies with Danny Trejo playing a Zeta.

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    4. @scottishwanabe We smash you scary ass zetas in Texas prisons 🤣 so called zetas yet they align with the mexicles for protection

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    5. You will see 200 to 500 arrests of this caliber in the next 18 months now that 1000 Federal agents have been added to the DFW area of tests. Good luck to the drug cartels and their families spending life in prison.

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  2. Just wondering , why is the store still open ?

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    1. KUZ EVERYTHING IS ON KLEARANCE MY FRIEND 🙆🏿‍♂️🙆🏿‍♂️🙆🏿‍♂️🙆🏿‍♂️ HALF OFF N GET 1 FREE W/ PURCHASE 👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾

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    2. Maybe because the feds took covert ownership? Or ownership was transferred to somebody else?

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  3. I ask myself too; are all these western wear stores fronts? Specially in Houston. No clientele and late model trucks parked outside.

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  4. vivi ally en los 90s y me acuerdo que los Z utilizaban una linea de autobuses ruta monterrey/ dallas, subian droga y bajaban millones parece que ni cobraban pasage de mty dallas , es afirmativo esto SCOTTISH ZETA ?

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  5. I had to Google the place. Its 5 mins away from me. Can't belive when it said dallas then the street Buckner I had to Google the store. I always drive by there.

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  6. Ya im sure their "committed to tracking the money.."
    Such BULLSHIT- The usa is just as bad as the people pushing narcotics- they just wait til they can get their hands on the MONEY, then shut you down- and lock you up for 50 years- sad!

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  7. that run down strip mall and store looks ghetto as hell. i would of at least chosen a better buisness something more hightech big profits. that place looks like its lucky to get even wynos to bum around.

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    1. I’m sure you would have slapped a big tomato sticker on the window along side the 701 sticker

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    2. I'm sure you exclusively shop at Rodeo drive.

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  8. Life is prison!!! For sure!!!!!

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  9. Start with the fucking money transfers! These gueros are hella greedy and got their double morality in play. In Mexico you have to register your name and family member who is sending you oney in order to get a money transfer and you get taxed here again in Mexico!. You are telling me that the US governemnet cant track money transfers? This sucks for people who make money online adn get taxed for your services not only from the money transfering entities but the Mexican governemnet just imposed a tax on any platform that uses streaming services. Come one FEDS you raid music stores, western wear stores you guys know where their at, Ill give you a clue Escapade fidays through suundays in the back of the restrooms the owner has cameras all over the place, you really thionk he is not in on it? SMH

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