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Navy nabs 2 alleged Gulf Cartel operatives

September 3rd 2012   ·   9 Comments

MATAMOROS — The Mexican navy has announced that authorities have arrested two men in Matamoros who said they were Gulf Cartel operatives.

Marines, acting this past week on a tip that armed men were at a particular house, arrested Jose Guadalupe Baldreas-Roque and Saldivar Jesus Menses, according to a press release.

The men told marines they are members of the Gulf Cartel, the release said.

Baldreas-Roque and Menses were in possession of 11 rifles, three handguns, ammunition, grenades, military-style uniforms and a truck with four containers full of gasoline, the release said.


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Readers Comments (9)

  1. Betty Trout says:

    @Linda, I second that! double yeah…

  2. Don Perkins says:

    should have sunk it after you put 1000 rouds of ammo in it!

  3. Chuck Hajek says:

    iffen it was the American, they’d a used them fir target practice!!!!

  4. Did they find anymore of Holdens and Obama’s guns???

  5. Go Navy, Go Marines, Go Air Force, Go Army, y’all are always in my prayers !!!

  6. GOOD! ! now shoot them & feed `em to the sharks! ! ! ! ! !

  7. Tracy Pearce says:

    Just shoot them in the head and throw them overboard as chum for shark

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