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Six alleged drug dealers fell in Baja California


One of the subjects detained by the authorities (Photo: SSCBC)
One of the subjects detained by the authorities (Photo: SSCBC)

The Secretariat of Citizen Security of Baja California (SSCBC) detained six people in the municipalities of Mexicali and Covebecause illicit substances were seized from them.

The events were reported on Wednesday, October 4, one of the detainees was captured by elements of the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena) in coordination with local authorities who located a subject with a “suspicious attitude”.

At first, no signs of illicit substances were found on the 27-year-old young man, but inside the vehicle he was driving, a solid white substance with the characteristics of the drug was found. methamphetaminegiving a weight of around 582 grams.

Both the drugs and the insured were made available to the authorities (Photo: Twitter/@SSeguridad_Mich/Archivo/Ilustrativa)
Both the drugs and the insured were made available to the authorities (Photo: Twitter/@SSeguridad_Mich/Archivo/Ilustrativa)

The man was arrested on Madero Avenue and Altamirano Street in the First Section neighborhood to Jesús Bryan “N”, 27 years old, “when was driving at excessive speed “a gray Volkswagen Rabbit vehicle, model 2008 and with California license plates.”

While in other actions, a teenager was arrested who tried to escape When he saw the authorities, he even jumped between different roofs in the area, but was eventually captured. Before trying to escape, the now detained man threw away a bag with just over 30 plastic wrappers.

But they were not the only arrests since a subject from Sinaloa was also arrested:

“On Favonio Street and Paseo Afrodita in the Victoria subdivision, a Luis Gerardo “N”19 years old and originally from Culiacán, Sinaloa, who was in possession of 35 packages containing the synthetic substance methamphetaminegiving an approximate weight of 24 grams and 15 wrappers containing marijuana herb, with an approximate weight of 39 grams.”

(Photo: FESC Baja California)
(Photo: FESC Baja California)

The authorities also reported the arrest of a woman who sold illicit substances in a house located on Iturbide Street between Second Street and Third Street in the Obrera neighborhood. It was about Ariana Rosalía “N”36 years old and originally from Culiacán, Sinaloa, who was arrested after an operation.

The female was carrying 24 blue wrappers with methamphetamine, which weighed approximately just over 18 grams, in addition to 1 transparent plastic bag with methamphetaminewith an approximate weight of 18.18 grams and 20 bags containing marijuana, with an approximate weight of 150 grams.

Miguel Ángel, “N”, 30 years old and originally from Jaliscocarried wrappers containing the narcotic methamphetamine, which weighed approximately 4.47 grams.

A 25-year-old man identified as Sergio Miguel “N”, originally from Mexicali, was also detained, as he was carrying 30 Ziploc-type bags with methamphetamine. All the mentioned people were placed at the disposal of the State Attorney General’s Office (FGE). However, the authorities did not specify whether the subjects belonged to any criminal group.

In addition to fentanyl, alleged methamphetamine was also found (Photo: FGR)
In addition to fentanyl, alleged methamphetamine was also found (Photo: FGR)

Just last October 2, the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) reported on the seizure of more than 300 thousand pills of possible fentanyl in TijuanaBaja California.

Specifically, authorities found 306 thousand pills blue after a search that was carried out in the Lomas del Valle neighborhood. In some of the images shared by the authorities, various containers of different sizes where the substance was.

While in more recent actions two people who were related to the group were arrested. The Russians, which is identified as close to the Sinaloa Cartel. They were Luis Eduardo Lozano Junior and Christian Jael Barajas Lozano, alias The Taquiza.



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