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2-Year Operation Nets 53 Borderland Residents for Drugs, Cartel Connections

A 2-year DEA operation targeting the Sinaloa and Juarez Drug Cartels turns up dozens of borderland residents working with the cartels and with illegal synthetic drugs.
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DEA gives outcome of sting aimed at cartels
Drug Enforcement Administration officials on Friday announced the results of Project Below the Beltway, a two-year series of investigations targeting the Sinaloa and Juárez drug cartels and their street gang ...
Transportation Networks lead to US Hubs for Mexican Cartels
A few miles west of downtown, past a terra-cotta-tiled gateway emblazoned with Bienvenidos, the smells and sights of Mexico spill onto 26th Street. The Mexican tricolor waves from brick storefronts. ...
Many Questioning Organized Crime Prosecutor’s Resignation in Mexico
Many Questioning Organized Crime Prosecutor’s Resignation in Mexico
[caption id="attachment_68157" align="alignright" width="300"] Many Questioning Organized Crime Prosecutor’s Resignation in Mexico[/caption]The government needs to provide a more detailed explanation of the sudden resignation of the head of the organized-crime ...
Blog del Narco: 12 Die in Violence in Sinaloa in Past 24 Hours
A total of 12 people died in violent incidents in two northern Mexican states, with groups involved in drug trafficking suspected of being behind the killings, officials said Monday. Eight young ...
Border Patrol seizes nearly $100k worth of heroin on I-19
TUCSON - Border Patrol agents working at a checkpoint along Interstate 19 seized over seven pounds of heroin from a Mexican national Wednesday. The 7.15 pounds heroin, valued at $97,240, will ...
Colorado Busts Mexican Drug Ring Earning $6 M Per Month
[caption id="attachment_66122" align="alignright" width="215"] Colorado Busts Mexican Drug Ring Earning $6 M Per Month[/caption]Ten Mexican nationals were arrested on changes of transporting large quantities of cocaine to Colorado for sale ...
Border Patrol Agents Find $500,000 Worth of Pot and Arrest 2 Sex Convicted Offenders
Border Patrol Agents Find $500,000 Worth of Pot and Arrest 2 Sex Convicted Offenders
U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Del Rio Sector seized more than 600 pounds of marijuana and arrested two convicted sex offenders Monday, in two separate incidents. Monday, Eagle Pass ...
Bullet-riddled US embassy SUV in Mexico
US embassy staff shot at by Mexican police
Mexican naval officials say embassy vehicle caught up in police chase on road just south of Mexico City Two US embassy employees were shot at and wounded by Mexican police on ...

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