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Report: Mexican State Police Officers Allegedly Murdered Juarez Man Who Accused Them Of Theft

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This is right across from where we built our first border wall in Sunland Park, NM. Corrupt Mexican cops & dangerous cartels are just on the other side.

JUAREZ, Mexico (Border Report) — Nine Chihuahua state police officers were arrested Wednesday night on charges of theft, abuse of authority and excessive use of force, the state attorney general’s office said Thursday. Arrest warrants are pending against another two officers for the same offenses.

A Juarez newspaper, however, said the officers are being investigated for the murder of the man whose house they allegedly robbed in January.

The officers were identified only by first name and initials. They are: Francisco Javier H.L., Jose Luis C.O., Jose S.L., Jose Antonio R.G., Julian Antonio G.A., Manuel G.C., Ricardo G.C., Cristobal Isaac A.V. and Luis Alfredo A.C.

The Chihuahua Attorney General’s Office said the state police officers on Jan. 30 abducted a 16-year-old boy, beat him and forced him to guide them to a home in a West Juarez neighborhood near the mountains.

Once there, the officers allegedly broke into the house and took a safe, jewelry, money, cellphones, clothes, several bottles of liquor and various documents including vehicle titles, according to the AG’s office.

The officers allegedly took a vehicle from the home and arrested the minor on drug charges.

That’s where the official account ends. But El Diario reports that the state officers in March allegedly retaliated against the homeowner because he filed a theft complaint against them. The man identified only as Jose Angel M.M. said the agents took more than $20,000 from his home in January.

El Diario reports that the complainant was found dead on March 22 inside an abandoned car on Camino Real, a highway on the way to the Santa Teresa (N.M.) Port of Entry.

Chihuahua Gov. Javier Corral and Attorney General Augusto Peniche held a Facebook Live press conference on Thursday afternoon but did not take questions from reporters.

Corral said he has increased the pay, training, equipment and benefits for state police officers. He said the arrests show that corruption won’t be tolerated and that public servants who break the law will be prosecuted even if their arrest brings “shame” to their peers or the government.

“These two things go hand in hand: we will recognize the good officers who put their lives at risk and we will punish those who stray from their duties. […] We will rid ourselves of the bad elements in our (public safety) agencies,” the governor said.

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Border Patrol Agents Seize Over $14 Million Worth Of Cocaine In The Rio Grande Valley

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Another massive drug bust by Border Patrol. Last week CBP agents intercepted a load of cartel methamphetamine worth $30 million, and during the month of June CBP seized over $92 million worth of drugs on the border. It’s imperative that we get more wall built to keep these poisons out of our country.

EDINBURG, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol agents seize cocaine and marijuana in separate incidents.

On Sunday afternoon, agents working near Rio Grande City, Texas, observed a Chevrolet pickup suspected of smuggling narcotics driving away from the Rio Grande. Agents and Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) troopers attempted to conduct a traffic stop. The driver of the pickup refused to stop for DPS and a pursuit ensued. The vehicle came to a stop after the driver lost control of the pickup and rolled over. As agents and troopers approached the wreck, the driver abandoned the vehicle and fled the scene. Near the bed of the truck, agents and troopers located several bags containing bundles of cocaine. The cocaine weighed more than 450 pounds and is worth an estimated $14.5M.

That same afternoon, agents working near Garceno, Texas, observed fresh shoe prints coming from the Rio Grande and heading further into the United States. Agents followed the trail and located six bundles of marijuana. As agents searched the immediate area, they observed several subjects jump into the Rio Grande and swim back to Mexico. The marijuana weighed over 300 pounds and is worth an estimated $240K.

Hours later, agents working near Roma, Texas, observed two rafts make landfall along the United States riverbank of the Rio Grande carrying several subjects and bundles of narcotics. As responding agents approached the group, the smugglers abandoned the bundles and fled to Mexico. Agents secured six bundles of marijuana weighing nearly 300 pounds and worth an estimated $240K.

Additionally, Kingsville agents working at the Javier Vega Jr. Checkpoint referred a Dodge Van to the secondary inspection area after a canine alerted to the vehicle. At secondary, agents searched the van and discovered a jar containing marijuana and located a loaded 9mm handgun. Agents arrested the driver and passenger of the van and turned the case over to the Kenedy County Sheriff’s Office. This is the third weekend in a row that agents encountered subjects with loaded fire arms at RGV Sector checkpoints.

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CBP Agents Intercept Massive Quantity Of Cartel Meth Worth $30 Million On Texas Border

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To put into perspective how massive this bust is, in the month of June alone, CBP agents seized over $92 million worth of drugs on the border. The cartels are taking a hammering & losing a ton of drug revenue.

PHARR, Texas—U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations (OFO) at the Pharr International Bridge cargo facility intercepted a huge amount of alleged methamphetamine valued at $30,556,000 that was being smuggled in a commercial tractor/trailer hauling fresh onions from Mexico.

“This is certainly a substantial amount of methamphetamine that won’t make its final destination in the U.S. and seizing these harmful narcotics will most definitely help keep our communities safer,” said Port Director Carlos Rodriguez, Port of Hidalgo/Pharr/Anzalduas.

On July 9, 2020, a 35-year-old male Mexican citizen from Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon, Mexico arrived at the Pharr-Reynosa International Bridge cargo facility driving a tractor/trailer that contained a commercial shipment of fresh onions. A CBP officer referred the shipment for further inspection which included the utilization of non-intrusive imaging (NII) technology and after physically inspecting the entire conveyance, officers discovered 221 packages of alleged methamphetamine weighing 1,527.20 pounds (693 kg) concealed within the roof of the trailer.

CBP OFO seized the narcotics, the 1988 Volvo tractor and 2010 Utility trailer and arrested the driver. Agents with Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) continue with the investigation.

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