Tuesday, October 20, 2015



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Posted: Oct 19, 2015 7:45 PM MST
Updated: Oct 19, 2015 7:50 PM MST
N4T Investigators: Car thieves targeting Fords, shopping malls
Written By Paul Birmingham


If you've ever had your vehicle stolen, you know the feelings it brings out. You feel angry, frustrated, and just want your car back. For one Tucson man, waking up with his car missing was a rude awakening. It's also left him with an unsettling feeling.

Rick Kapple learned a tough lesson about how easy it is for car thieves to strike at any time, and in any place. Even someplace he thought was secure.

"I opened the garage door, and saw that the car was missing, the first thing through my mind was holy cow, my car was just stolen. I mean, I knew instantly that's what happened,"

Kapple's 2011 Ford Fusion was stolen in September of last year. Pima County Sheriff's Deputies were alerted about activity on Kapple's credit card.

Detectives sent out surveillance photos, and authorities in Las Vegas nabbed the suspects.

Kapple ultimately got his car back, but it was cold comfort.
"I had it back for about a couple days, and I realized I just didn't want it anymore. It had a funny smell to it. It had some damage to it, and I just didn't feel comfortable driving it anymore," Kapple said.

Sergeant Kevin Kubitskey, with the Pima County Sheriff's Department tells the News 4 Tucson Investigators, cars being stolen out of people's garages is not a common occurrence. Usually, thieves choose to strike in public places like shopping malls.
"Those are the areas you're going to see most of your activity, and most of the vehicles being stolen from," Kubitskey said.

Shopping malls provide a target-rich environment, where criminals they can take their pick of vehicles to rip-off. They then head south down Interstate 19.
"We do see a lot of vehicles, usually a particular type of vehicle, which is mostly trucks. We'll see them cross over the border into Mexico after they've been stolen, and before they've been reported," Kubitskey said.

Kubitskey also tells the News 4 Tucson Investigators, they're seeing as many as two to three trucks, usually Ford f-150's, stolen every day in Pima county. The vehicles that aren't taken south of the border are put to use by criminals here in southern Arizona.
"Most of the time, if it's used in some sort of criminal act, or it's been used to further their criminal activity, they'll generally take it to the desert and burn it," Kubitskey said.

Kubitskey says there are simple things you can do to keep from becoming a victim. That Includes not keeping valuables in your vehicle overnight, and investing in a steering wheel lock.
"That's a huge deterrent. When they see that they have to mess with something like that in order to steal the vehicle, usually that deters them from even trying," Kubitskey said.

For his part, Kapple tells the News 4 Tucson Investigators, he bought a new car of the same make and model. He also tells us, the suspects stole more than his transportation - they also took his peace-of-mind.
"Now they knew who I was, and where I lived. Although they're both in jail, you know, who knows what crazy intentions people might have," Kapple said.

The suspects were both convicted, and are doing time in an Arizona prison.


Moved to Hermosillo, maximum Zetas chief Miguel Angel Trevino Morales, el Z 40, July 15, 2013.
Trevino Morales was transferred to the federal prison in Hermosillo on 30 September.
Photo: Digital Bank.
By: Agencies | 10.16.2015 2:53
MEXICO, DF (Agencies)

Miguel Trevino Morales, "40", top leader of the Zetas was transferred from the federal prison at Altiplano to Hermosillo, according to information from legal sources.

Also on September 30 came another criminal Abigael González Valencia, "el Cuini" financial chief of the New Generation Jalisco Cartel.

Diego Garcia Simental, "El Teo," the head of assassins for Arellano Felix, and Jaime Gonzalez Duran "el Hummer" and Lucio Hernandez Lechuga, "el Lucky", founders and regional leaders of the Zetas, are held in the federal penitentiary.

Javier Garza Medrano, "el Porrón" or "Commander 14" command of the Gulf Cartel, is another of the new tenants in Hermosillo.

The rotation occurred on 30 September, simultaneously with the extradition to the United States of thirteen convicts, including Edgar Valdez Villarreal, "La Barbie" command of the Beltran Leyva gang.


Other transfers were made, are those of the Federal Social Rehabilitation Center Number 13 in Miahuatlan, Oaxaca.

According to legal sources, the Detached Administrative Office for Prevention and Rehabilitation (Oadprs) criminals from Altiplano moved to Oaxaca characters like Hector Beltran Leyva, "H" and Omar Trevino Morales, "el 42".

Also Mario Armando Ramirez Trevino, "el X-20", the last leader of the Gulf Cartel, and Miguel Angel Guzman Loera, "el mudo", brother of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.

To Oaxaca were also taken offenders of highly violent profiles as Mario Nuñez Meza, "el M-10", head of gente nueva the paramilitary group "El Chapo" in Chihuahua, and Mario Antonio Garcia Simental, "El Chris" a Arellano Felix operator.

And Salvador Martinez Escobedo, "la ardilla" former operator of the Zetas and identified as the prime suspect in the massacre of 72 migrants in San Fernando, Tamaulipas, in August 2010.


Seize 30 kilos of methamphetamine
Details Published on Tuesday October 20, 2015,
Written by Sun

Tijuana, BC.

The drug was bound for the city of Tijuana, BC and he brought from Guadalajara.
More than 30 kilos of methamphetamine were transferred to the city of Tijuana, BC hidden in the cabin two trailer, were seized by federal agents, only one driver was arrested.

Official reports indicate that this is Gabriel Pacheco Veloz, driver of the delivery company Transportes Julian de Obregon, who was made available to a Public Ministry of Federal Jurisdiction.
This after agents of the Federal Ministerial Police, were alerted by an anonymous tip about the drug shipment that was being transported by a truck of the company.

As the vehicle Kenworth, 469EN4 license plates of the SPF, from the city of Guadalajara Jalisco, to Tijuana, Baja California, which circulated around the Santa Ana-Caborca.

After being located said cargo truck, officers located several packages totaling 24 kilos of methamphetamine, so the driver was arrested Gabriel Veloz,

Later, another truck from the same company who also headed to Tijuana, on the road section Santa Ana Caborca, was seized and inspected by the authorities, locating inside two bags with the same narcotic which gave a weight of 10 kilos, the which came in a package.


PGR destroys more than eight tons of marijuana in Sonora
Details Published on Thursday October 15, 2015,
Written by Drafting / El Diario

The Attorney General's Office (PGR), with the support of the Secretariat of National Defense (SEDENA), destroyed by incineration, eight tons, 878 kilos, 455 grams of marijuana in the city of Sonoyta, Sonora.

The event was made by the Deputy Regional Control, Criminal Proceedings and Amparo (SCRPPA), through its Delegation in Sonora, in the Club of Hunting and Shooting "The Venadito" with the presence of representatives of Internal Control PGR, who testified to the authenticity and weight of the narcotics destroyed


About 75 tons of marijuana destroyed
Details Published on Monday October 19, 2015,
Written by Sun

Chihuahua, Chihuahua.

Elements of 42nd military zone destroyed nearly 80 tons of marijuana.
In the town of Rincon de Cosoachi, municipality of Guadalupe y Calvo, Chihuahua, elements of the 42nd military zone destroyed 75 tons of unrefined marijuana, reported the Secretariat of National Defense in a brief statement.
The agency explained that during aerial surveys, on Thursday 14 October, four marijuana fields with an area of ​​1.7 hectares, an operation was made to destroy the drugs by hand and incineration method were identified.
Additionally, the statement said, in the vicinity of the fields were located three collection centers, in which about 75 tonnes of unrefined marijuana were found, proceeding to their destruction by incineration method.


Trasladan a Hermosillo a jefe máximo de los ZetasMiguel Ángel Treviño Morales, el Z 40, en esta imagen del 15 de julio de 2013. Morales Treviño fue trasladado al penal federal de Hermosillo el pasado 30 de septiembre. Foto: Banco Digital.
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Por: Agencias | 16/10/2015 2:53
MÉXICO, D.F.(Agencias)

Miguel Treviño Morales, "El 40", jefe máximo de los Zetas fue trasladado del Altiplano al penal federal de Hermosillo, según información proporcionada por fuentes legales.

También el 30 de septiembre llegó al mismo penal Abigael González Valencia, "El Cuini", jefe financiero del Cártel de Jalisco Nueva Generación.

Diego García Simental, "El Teo", el jefe de sicarios de los Arellano Félix, y Jaime González Durán, "El Hummer", y Lucio Hernández Lechuga, "El Lucky", fundadores y jefes regionales de los Zetas, están recluidos en el penal federal.

Javier Garza Medrano, "El Porrón", o "Comandante 14", mando del Cártel del Golfo, es otro de los nuevos inquilinos en Hermosillo.

La rotación ocurrió el pasado 30 de septiembre, en forma simultánea a la extradición a Estados Unidos de trece convictos, entre ellos Édgar Valdez Villarreal, "La Barbie", mando de la banda de los Beltrán Leyva.


Otros traslados realizados, son los del Centro Federal de Readaptación Social Número 13, en Miahuatlán, Oaxaca.

Conforme a fuentes legales, el Órgano Administrativo Desconcentrado de Prevención y Readaptación Social (Oadprs) trasladó del penal del Altiplano al de Oaxaca a personajes como Héctor Beltrán Leyva, "El H", y a Omar Treviño Morales, "El 42".

Así como a Mario Armando Ramírez Treviño, "El X-20", el último líder del Cártel del Golfo, y a Miguel Ángel Guzmán Loera, "El Mudo", hermano de Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán.

A Oaxaca también fueron llevados delincuentes de perfil altamente violento, como Mario Núñez Meza, "El M-10", jefe de Gente Nueva, el grupo paramilitar de "El Chapo" en Chihuahua, y Mario Antonio García Simental, "El Chris", operador de los Arellano Félix.

Así como Salvador Martínez Escobedo, "La Ardilla", ex operador de los Zetas y señalado como el principal sospechoso de la matanza de 72 migrantes en San Fernando, Tamaulipas, en agosto de 2010.

Decomisan 30 kilos de metanfetamina
Detalles Publicado el Martes 20 de Octubre de 2015,
Escrito por Sun

Tijuana, BC.

La droga tenía como destino la ciudad de Tijuana, B.C. y la traía procedente de Guadalajara.
Más de 30 kilos de metanfetamina que eran trasladados a la ciudad de Tijuana, B.C. ocultos en la cabina de dos tráiler, fueron asegurados por agentes federales, solo uno de los conductores fue detenido.

Informes oficiales señalan que se trata de Gabriel Veloz Pacheco, chofer de la empresa de paquetería Transportes Julián de Obregón, quien fue puesto a disposición de un Ministerio Público del Fuero Federal.
Lo anterior luego de que Agentes de la Policía Federal Ministerial, fueran alertados sobre a través de una denuncia anónima sobre el cargamento de droga que era transportado por un camión de dicha empresa.

Siendo el vehículo de la marca Kenworth, con placas de circulación 469EN4 de la SPF, proveniente de la ciudad de Guadalajara Jalisco, con destino Tijuana, Baja California, el cual circulaba por la carretera Santa Ana-Caborca.

Tras ser localizado dicho camión de carga, los agentes localizaron varios paquetes que sumaron 24 kilos de metanfetamina, por lo que el conductor Gabriel Veloz fue detenido,

Posteriormente otro camión de la misma empresa que también se dirigía a Tijuana, sobre el tramo carretera Santa Ana Caborca, fue retenido y revisado por las autoridades, localizando en su interior dos bolsas con el mismo narcótico la cual dio un peso de 10 kilos, la cual venia dentro de un paquete.


Destruye PGR más de ocho toneladas de marihuana en Sonora
Detalles Publicado el Jueves 15 de Octubre de 2015,
Escrito por Redacción / El Diario

La Procuraduría General de la República (PGR), con el apoyo de la Secretaría de la Defensa Nacional (SEDENA), destruyó mediante incineración, ocho toneladas 878 kilos 455 gramos de marihuana, en la ciudad de Sonoyta, Sonora.

El evento lo realizó la Subprocuraduría de Control Regional, Procedimientos Penales y amparo (SCRPPA), por conducto de su Delegación en Sonora, en las instalaciones del Club de Tiro y Caza "El Venadito", con la presencia de representantes del Órgano Interno de Control de la PGR, quienes dieron fe de la autenticidad y peso del narcótico destruido


Destruyen cerca de 75 ton de marihuana
Detalles Publicado el Lunes 19 de Octubre de 2015,
Escrito por Sun

Chihuahua, Chihuahua.

Elementos de la 42 zona militar destruyeron las casi 80 toneladas de marihuana.
En el poblado del Rincón de Cosoachi, municipio de Guadalupe y Calvo en Chihuahua, elementos de la 42 zona militar destruyeron 75 toneladas de marihuana en greña, informó la Secretaría de la Defensa Nacional en un breve comunicado.
La dependencia detalló que durante reconocimientos aéreos, el pasado jueves 14 de octubre, se identificaron cuatro plantíos de mariguana con una superficie de 1.7 hectáreas por lo que se realizó un operativo vía terrestre para destruir el plantío a mano y con el método de incineración.
Adicionalmente, señaló el comunicado, a inmediaciones de los plantíos fueron localizados tres centros de acopio, dentro de los cuales se encontraron aproximadamente 75 toneladas de mariguana en greña, procediendo a su destrucción por el método de incineración.


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