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**Asterisk denotes death involving a police officer or a member of the military serving in that capacity. Some items may be from notirex.com, lapoliciaca.com or historiasdelnarco.com. Some incidents of violence may not be included here due to the large number of death reports.
MEXICO CITY, DISTRITO FEDERAL
Mexican Marines have arrested Carlos Carmona Caballero and/or Román García Carmona, aka “El Carlanga”, “El Ríos”, “El Chiquilín”, “El Largo”, “El Galeana”, “El Caballo” and/or “El Chito”. He is alleged Regional Chief of Los Zetas, and operates in the towns of Alvarado, Angel R. Cabada, Lerdo de Tejada, Cosamaloapan, Clara Rodriguez, Isla, San Andres Tuxtla, Santiago Tuxtla, Catemaco and Coatzacoalcos. Others were also arrested. The arrests are the result of an anonymous tip reporting a car parked and dealing drugs. When arrested, a 9mm gun with ammo and extra magazines was seized, along with marijuana and cocaine packaged for sale.
APODACA, NUEVO LEÓN
Four gunmen were arrested Saturday night at a safe house here, and also seized were six hidden AK-47 rifles, a Barrett rifle and an AR-15. In addition there were a 1105 cartridges for AK-47, 146 AR-15 bullets, 55 .50 caliber cartridges for Barrett, 2 40 caliber grenades, one fragmentation type, 47 magazines for AK-47, 6 for AR-15 and 3 for the Barrett. One suspect confessed to the execution of at least 5 people in two incidents about 3 months ago. Municipal police stopped the car when they saw the occupants reaction to the troops passing by (years ago we called this behavior ‘hinky’). In reading the texts of one of the passengers, it revealed the execution of 3 persons and in another they were referred to as toys.
Federal police transported 39 more municipal officers to the capital where they will have polygraph and other testing as part of he investigation into the slaying of Jose Eduardo Moreira Rodriguez, son of former Governor Humberto Moreira. These are in addition to 7 other officers already being held, which include the Assistant Chief Rodolfo Castillo Montes.
A group of families gathered at the state police headquarters to make a complaint regarding the disappearance of 8 workers from a construction company, now missing for 2 weeks. The families believe they were kidnapped as the house they rented was in disarray. One wife said she had a call from her husband, which was cut off and she has not heard from him since then.
The Moreira family is dealing with the murder of the former governor’s son. The Governor’s brother says the father, Ruben, has had numerous threats, including some made on blankets hung. The son, 26 years old, was executed with 2 shots to the head, and a message was left with the body. Some say the body had the message ‘Z40’ on it, but authorities have not confirmed it. (Some Zeta executions cut a ‘Z’ into their victims flesh.)
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Mexican Police Capture Gang Leader
Central American Migrants Kidnapped in Mexico
American confirmed among five kidnapping victims in Reynosa
Mexico Halts Illegal Logging at Butterfly Reserve
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Human Remains Found in Northern Mexico
Two Inmates Injured in Attack on Mexico Prison
Cartel-Linked Police Behind Death Threats, Mexican Author Says
Mexican Students Seize Trucks, Buses to Protest Labor Bill
Alleged killer of activist Marisela Escobedo arrested in Chihuahua
Arrest warrant issued for Ye Gon, crime of smuggling precursor chemicals
Mexican Troops Free 11 Central American Migrants, Seize Arsenal
Contra candidate murdered in Camoapa
Four Killed in Protests in Guatemala
Guatemala’s former congress leader sentenced
Chavez re-elected as Venezuelan president, defeating Capriles
Chavez to Remain President of Venezuela Until 2019
Panetta to Meet with Top Officials in Peru, Uruguay
Colombia discusses security plans with US
Colombian drug boss turns himself in to U.S. officials
Military Helicopter Assembly Line Inaugurated in Brazil
Colombian Police Nab Drug Trafficker Who Was Hiding in Venezuela
Colombia Combats Martians Robbing Crude Oil for Cocaine Labs
Brazil wants safer and more fuel-efficient cars
Peru rebels burn helicopters at jungle airfield
Cuban Government Blocks Meeting of Dissidents
Cuban Blogger Yoani Sanchez Arrested, Pro-Government Web Site Says
Slain Border Agent’s Family, Friends Pay Respects
Obama Administration Deemed Border Security Murders as an Acceptable Risk
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Arizona border shooting overshadows Washington event
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Mexico’s Cartels Increase Their Muscle In The U.S.
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Agent Victor Avila Reveals Assault that Killed Agent Zapata
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Border Surge Confirmed
Aliens Head for U.S. and Amnesty
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DHS, DoT and Amtrak team up to battle human trafficking
Suspect arrested in Falcon Lake killing, Mexican authorities say
Peruvian Man Sentenced for Smuggling Cocaine into U.S.
Crash kills 4 immigrants, 7 injured
9 named in 28-person, 21-count federal drug indictment in custody
Illegal alien charged with child’s death allowed to go free on bond
Florida Man Sentenced to 15 Years for Marijuana Trafficking from Mexico
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Abilene border patrol station probably safe until spring
Feds charge 9 with using illegal workers
‘Angels’ search for missing immigrants
ICE agents called in after Houston chase turns up truck bed full of people
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Border Patrol Foils Alleged Meth Smuggling Attempt
Man charged with building 2 major drug tunnels connecting Mexico and California
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