"El Veneno", member of Los Zetas, will spend 30 years in prison
Jonathan Hernández Pérez, alias "The poison" or “Franky”, member of the group of Los Zetas, He was sentenced in review of the procedure to 30 years in prison, reported the Attorney General's Office (FGR), headed by Alejandro Gertz Manero.
The convicted person was arrested in August 2010, by the then Federal Police, when he was traveling in a truck on the Mexico-Piedras Negras highway, in possession of various material, heavy-caliber weapons and psychotropic drugs.
The elements against the detainee, before the federal court, were presented by the Specialized Prosecutor's Office for Organized Crime (FEMDO), in coordination with the Specialized Regional Control Prosecutor's Office (FECOR), in its Delegation in the State of Mexico.
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The Federal Judge found the elements to sentence "El Veneno" for his criminal responsibility in organized crime crimes, in the hypothesis of against health; carrying a firearm and possession of cartridges for the exclusive use of the Army, Navy and Air Force.
He was also sentenced for crimes against health in the form of drug dealing, in the hypothesis of possession of cocaine hydrochloride for commercial purposes in its sales variant.
After the sentence issued in 2020, a court ordered the reinstatement of the procedure, and once the procedure was completed, the Fifth District Court of Federal Criminal Proceedings in the State of Mexico with residence in Toluca, handed down a conviction of 30 years and four months in prison. prison against Hernández Pérez.
The person sentenced for the aforementioned crimes remains deprived of liberty at the Federal Social Rehabilitation Center number five “Oriente”, in Villa Aldama, Veracruz.
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