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Sunday, May 2, 2021

Clash Between Rival Cartel Members Leaves 4 Dead in Culiacán, Sinaloa

"MX" for Borderland Beat

Three of the four victims found dead were minors.

Over the weekend, four men were found dead inside a vehicle on the outskirts of Culiacan near a highway that connects the city with Sanalona rural community. The four men were wearing bulletproof vests and sporting firearms. Investigators say that they died during a shootout with a rival cartel.

The Culiacan Municipal Police were the first to arrive at the scene and confirm that the victims were traveling in a black Toyota Highlander truck with Jalisco license plates. As shown in the pictures circulating in the local media, the vehicle had dozens of heavy-caliber bullet holes.

So far, the authorities have not given more details about the attack. Their identities were initially unknown, but their names were leaked to the press by Sunday afternoon. One of the gunmen killed of had a tactical vest with the insignia "Marina" (Navy). More than 100 bullet shells were found at the scene.

The victims were identified as Jose Ignacio Ochoa Carranza (age 30), Luis Enrique Miranda Gutierrez (age 17), and the siblings Javier Antonio (age 16) and Brian Alex (age 17). All of them were residents of Culiacan.

Authorities have not issued a statement on the criminal groups involved in the clash. The local media has also been reluctant to say which criminal groups were involved.

In 2020, the area close to Sanalona, where the attack occurred, had several shootouts between the Sinaloa Cartel cells headed by Nestor Perez Salas ("El Nini") and Jesús Alexander Sánchez Félix ("El Ruso"). As reported by Borderland Beat, this part of Culiacan Municipality was close to where Jose Rodrigo Arechiga Gamboa ("El Chino Antrax") was found dead last year.

33 comments:

  1. CJNG se les metió hasta la cocina 🥶🥶🥶

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    1. This has nothing to do with Mencho but go ahead with your fantasy

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    2. They did had Jalisco plates in the trucks tho, but then again anyone can have Jalisco plates

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  2. 🤣🤣🤣 no que el cdsnitches tenia culiacan on lock?

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  3. They will be replaced by tomorrow

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  4. Mencho is moving in

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  5. Chinese Triads take over

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  6. There is no INFIGHTING in CDS!!
    (Sarcasm) typical SINALOA GROUPIE 😆

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  7. Is it still ruso vs nini, Mayo vs chapitos, blo vs cds, or cds vs rcq? No troll replies please I wanna know what people think

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    1. Too many people going after similar goal...I dont even think the foot soldiers typically even know

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  8. Only 4 dead, not many

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  9. The dead are the definition of Nini’s

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  10. What happened to the borderland beat forum?

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    1. http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2021/04/borderland-beat-forum-temporarily.html

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  11. Cjng should try and work something out with adelmo nuñez he hates chapos and mayos and operates in la sierra de choix he is aligned with RCQ

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  12. It would be suicide mission to drive with Jalisco plate number in sinaloa. Death awaits anyone who does. Just an opinion.

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    1. Not necessarily. I have family in CLN that bought a new BMW from Jalisco w/ Jalisco plates.

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    2. It would be like driving Iraqi plate to Iran. Just asking for trouble. Just saying!!!

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    3. 751 delite just saying, ya already stating a comment lol

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    4. That’s complete nonsense. Ain’t nobody tripping off license plates

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    5. 12:07 yes and the tags and plates are not as expensive in jalisco as they are in sinaloa .

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    6. 9:20 solly solly solly. No more "just saying".

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  13. Mencho snitched

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  14. You idiots don’t know how to read they where from Culiacán in car with Jalisco plates this does not mean they are menchos people Sinaloa still has presence in Guadalajara just as caro Quintero does to

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  15. Just goes to show if u dont follow cds rules in culiacan u will get smoked.

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    1. In any environment their needs to be order so everything can function right, take notes cjng cheerleaders, the good law biding people in jalisco are not in favor of menchas and how they operate.

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    2. 8:58 and you think the good law biding people in sinaloa are in favor of how chaputos or mayatones operate? If your a good law biding citizen you dont even think any cartel is a good cartel! Lla sientece señora!!

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    3. 1:53 truth hurts you scumbag cheerleader. Their might be tensions between mayo & chapos and sometimes their cells might fight amongst each other but they keep the state clean from low life criminals that try robbing and extorting civilians, something the menchas are in favor of with the criminals in jalisco and Michoacan. everyone out there knows it and they do it. Yes all cartels are bad but they will always be around mexico and the good law biding people prefer the ones with structure & respect towards civilians. Like in Zacatecas people do not want your jaliscas. So save your bs talk. Sientes pocho idiota sus idolos son lacrosos.

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  16. Por querer entrar a Alcoyonqui. Allí nadie entra sin permiso. Pura gente del sombrero.

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