They sentenced two who transported more than a ton of cocaine in bales of alfalfa
Two people were sentenced to more than nine years of prison after being found responsible for crimes against health in the mode of transportation of dope and methamphetamine. And it is that both people were on board a tractor-trailer with plates of the Federal Public Service.
Jesus Leonel Félix Bojórquez and Ismael Félix Bojórquez transported 201 packages with just over a thousand kilograms of marijuana as well as 33 and a half kilograms of methamphetamine that were hidden in alfalfa bales.
It was during the afternoon of Sunday, August 27, that the Attorney General's Office (FGR) reported on the convictions of the subjects who were detained last July 2022 by members of the National Guard when they were in the tractor-trailer on Highway 150 Mexico. -Puebla.
After the Public Ministry presented the necessary evidence, a judge determined the sentence of nine years and two months of prison for the mentioned persons, who will be confined in the Social Reintegration Center (Cereso) of Tepeji del Río de Ocampo.
In the images shared by the authorities, it can be seen that the drug was transported in plastic containers that were covered with the plant. It should be noted that it is not known if the men now convicted would be part of any organized crime group.
For their part, in Puebla there are some groups of the organized crimeaccording to information from the Secretary of National Defense (Sedena) leaked by the Guacamaya group, two of the criminal organizations with the greatest presence in Mexico operate in the entity, it is the Sinaloa cartel and the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG).
The Pacific Cartel has a criminal cell identified as Los Sinaloas. Its activities consist of sale and distribution of drugs in buildings dedicated to entertainment and operate in the municipalities of San Pedro and San Andrés Cholula, as documented by the media The Universal Puebla.
For his part, he four letter poster It would have arrived in Puebla since 2017 through a cell led by a subject identified with the alias the tonin and which operates in various municipalities of Puebla. In addition to these groups, the presence of a group identified as Los Croquis, which is dedicated to the sale of drugs, was also recorded.
Organized crime groups usually carry out various actions in order to transport illegal merchandise, for example in sinaloa packages were intercepted with dope they were to be shipped to four states.
It was on Saturday, August 26, that the National Guard, with the support of canine pairs, found a package when conducting a search at a courier company in Culiacán. During these actions, the canine specimen showed interest in five cardboard boxes.
After these events, the material went through a second review in which it was found to have an illegal substance, so the national guards reviewed it in more detail and found 11 wrappers full of dopewhich were going to be sent to the country's capital, Veracruz, the State of Mexico and Quintana Roo.
In addition to using courier companies, there have also been seizures of people who use private vehicles to move the drug. At the beginning of the month it was arrested in Nuevo Leon Eric "N" who carried more than 50 kilograms of fentanyl in a van.
On that occasion, the security elements observed two people who were called to a stop, an instruction that was obeyed, but when they left the unit they tried to flee on foot, resulting in one of them managing to flee.
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