Wednesday, April 10, 2013



Note: Probably never see this one in anglo media.

Posted April 9, 2013, 1:53 AM
U.S. criminals fleeing to the Mexican border
Fabian Pacheco, Deputy Police Tucson Arizona.
U.S. to Mexican border Delivered in Nogales, Arizona murder of a
youth in events in Tucson
Arizona - Nueva Dia

According to police statements of Tucson Arizona, in a large
percentage of violent murders committed in that city are involved
criminals who flee to Mexico.
In a television interview Hispanic Arizona, police Lt. Fabian Pacheco
said that ¨ as detectives have information about the person, it
quickly communicates to the Border Patrol and Customs officers ¨.
Dozens of crimes committed in the city of Tucson detectives remain
unresolved and carrying cases are inclined to a large part of those
involved in the violent deaths flee to this country (Mexico) .
¨ There are more than 250 cold cases, but of these 250 cases, there
are perhaps some 50 assets in which there is an arrest warrant and
the people are in Mexico ¨, Pacheco said.
Note that U.S. federal agents. Marshall, play an important role in
the search.
¨ The cases are not forgotten, for example, there is a record of 1986
in which a man identified as Juan Carlos Gutierrez Sandoval, killed
one person and wounded another in Tucson and is currently wanted by
authorities ¨ said Daniel Leyva , Federal Agent.
Another case that shocked the authorities is that of Raymundo
Bracamontes, incident in June 2012 provoked south of Tucson.
¨ That day two brothers were present on the property and were
involved in a fight with several suspects, the result was a shootout
that ended with the death of Raymundo ¨, said Detective Martha
Bracamontes, from Tucson police.
A few weeks ago the case took an unexpected turn when the prime
suspect in the death of Raymundo surrendered to authorities in
Nogales, Arizona, later noting that the alleged in the investigation
was also wanted by Mexican cartels on the border, and therefore
preferred surrender to authorities, but there is still another name
involved, Arnulfo Mendoza, also located in Mexico.


Six Texas Mexican cartels control TEXMEX border
APRIL 8, 2013 · 11 COMMENTS S

Photo: Special.
MEXICO CITY, ( - Six Mexican cartels already control
the state of Texas, in the United States.

They are: the Sinaloa cartel, La Familia Michoacana, Los Zetas, the
Gulf cartel, the criminal group of the Beltran Leyva and Juarez cartel.

This follows the Summary of Threats to Public Safety Texas 2013,
prepared by the Department of Safety that state and published Monday
by the newspaper Reforma.

Criminal groups use the state as a transport of marijuana, cocaine,
methamphetamine and heroin. Also used for human trafficking and
transportation of vehicles, weapons and cash.

The east and southeast Texas are controlled by La Familia Michoacana,
Los Zetas, the Gulf Cartel and, to a lesser extent, by the Beltran
Leyva cartel. These criminal groups are fighting the cities of
Austin, Laredo, San Antonio and Houston.

The west and southwest Texas is dominated by cartels of Sinaloa and
Juárez, who control El Paso and Chihuahua border.

Note: inside job? never.

Open PGR research folder on armored vehicle theft
Elena Trejo | April 9, 2013 | 9:23 pm

Chihuahua, Chih. - After yesterday at dawn was carried out the
robbery of two armored vehicles from a yard belonging to the Federal
Police, the spokesman for the Attorney General's Office, Carlos
Gonzalez Estrada reported that the agency took the report of what
happened while the investigation was conducted by the federal area,
ie the Attorney General's Office (PGR).

The incident occurred early yesterday morning Monday when an armed
commando took by assault a federal storage yard and, after subduing
the manager and two guards, seized two luxury SUVs with three-inch
armor, a machine to clone credit cards and of all documentation.

Gonzalez Estrada explained that the report was received at
approximately 9:00 pm yesterday, when it was going to personally make
over from the private guards, so the police came to the place that
integrates mixed cells, however, events took place around 1am and 2am.

El Diario de Chihuahua

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