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HS Narco News: US Army Lieutenant and Sergeant Arrested as They Try to Sell Services to Drug Cartel

Mickle began negotiations with whom he thought were members of the Los Zetas Cartel, actually undercover Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents, to purchase marijuana in return for stolen weapons. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: El Chapo Calls Out Los Zetas by Delivering 10 Heads

The leader of the Sinaloa cartel, Joaquin Guzman Loera, alias El Chapo, openly challenged the criminal group Los Zetas, especially their leaders, Heriberto Lazcano continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Multiple Homicide in Chihuahua Leaves Beautiful Young Teacher Dead

One of those executed last night at the Drive Inn "La Hacienda" was a teacher and member of the Social Alliance Party, where she was a candidate for federal deputy. Her name was Edith Rascon Nora Saenz, who was licensed in Elementary Education, and teaches at a local school, according to her profile on social network which features a phrase: " Take risks without fear. If you win, you happy, if you lose, you've learned " continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Prison Break Foiled in Sinaloa Mexico

Police and guards foiled an attempt by inmates to escape from a prison in Culiacan, the capital of the northwestern Mexican state of Sinaloa, over the weekend, state officials said, adding that a police officer was wounded in the incident. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Man Executed in Streets of Guerrero (Warning Graphic Photo)

With a single shot in the head, a man was executed in the colony of the PRI in Guerrero. The victim has been identified as Juan Cruz Palma. The murder occurred about seven o'clock last night when Juan Cruz walked the streets near his home. continue reading »

Blog Del Narco: Mexican Cartels Use Minors to Transport Drugs into US

The number of minors transporting drugs across the Mexico-U.S. border continues to rise, as does the number of "blind mules" who transport dope without their knowledge, activists said. continue reading »

Blog Del Narco: Vigilante Kills Two Men, Calling them Thieves and Rapists

Two male persons were found executed by gunfire in the vicinity of the ejido Camajoa. Tuesday morning a few people passing through the Canal Alto discovered the bodies of two young half-naked and immediately reported the incident to authorities. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Former Mr. Panama Arrested on Cocaine Trafficking Charges

The man named Mr. Panama 2004 has been arrested for trafficking cocaine. On March 12, Harry Agustin Duncan Maslivar, who was working as a flight attendant for Copa Airlies, w continue reading »

Blog del Narco: 12 Police Killed in Ambush in Guerrero Mexico Near Site of Beheadings

Twelve police officers were killed in an ambush in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero, not far from the site where 10 human heads were found over the weekend, spokespersons for the state Attorney General's Office said. continue reading »

Narco Sub Pioneer Captured by Colombian Authorities

The drug trafficker who pioneered the use of submarines to smuggle cocaine has been captured in southwestern Colombia, the National Police said. continue reading »

Latino Blotter: Texas Man Admits to Smoking 170 Joints a Day to Justify a Ton of Pot in His Basement

Michael Sepulveda of Rio Grande City, Texas is not only a prolific pot smoker he is a quick thinker. continue reading »

‘Tigres del Norte’ Banned from Chihuahua for Performing ‘Narcocorridos’

After singing ‘Narcocorridos’ or songs that allegedly glorify the drug trafficking industry in Mexico, the famous group, Los Tigres del Norte, will no longer perform in Mexico’s Chihuahua state. continue reading »

EXTREME TRAFFICKING: In 24-Hour Period Close to $1 Billion Worth of Cocaine Seized

In two separate incidents in a 24-hour period, a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) operating out of Corpus Christi, Texas, detected two go-fast vessels carrying more than 10,000 pounds of cocaine with a combined value of more than $779 million. continue reading »

The Blimp Coming to Border for Narco Surveillance

Tethered close to 2,000 feet above Nogales, flies a new beluga whale blimp being tested by the United States Border Patrol. The blimp is equipped with a wide area surveillance system that operates 24 hours a day continue reading »

Mexican Family of Five, Including 3 Minor Children, Found with $800,000 of Coke & Meth at Border

A 29-year-old Mexican national from Nogales, Sonora, traveling with his 26-year-old wife and three minor children, was arrested yesterday for attempting to smuggle more than $800,000 worth of cocaine and methamphetamines into the United States through the Dennis DeConcini Port. continue reading »

Central America Drug-Related Violence at Unprecedented Levels from Narco Wars

Escalating violence involving drug trafficking organizations in Central America has reached “alarming and unprecedented levels,” making it one of the most violent areas in the world, the United Nations anti-narcotics panel stressed continue reading »

Female Sinaloa Cartel Narco Member Arrested for Ordering Multiple Kllings

A woman who confessed to ordering the killings of five people last month was among several Sinaloa drug cartel members arrested in the northwestern Mexican state of Baja California, state officials said. continue reading »

Colombia Rounds Up Record Number of Narcos Wanted in U.S., 16 Planes & 10 Tons Cocaine Also Seized

Colombian authorities captured 34 suspected drug traffickers wanted in the United States, in the biggest roundup of criminals for extradition in the history of the country's war on drugs, police officials said Saturday. continue reading »

Narco Guerrero-Jimenez Sentenced for Distributing Coke via Self-Propelled Submarines

U.S. Attorney Robert E. O’Neill announces today that U.S. District Judge Steven D. Merryday sentenced Neiser Guerrero-Jimenez (33, Colombia, South America) to 235 months in federal prison continue reading »

Drug Smuggling Moms Arrested at Border with Kids

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers working at the El Paso port of entry made five drug busts in the last two days including two cases which involved women who were traveling with children when stopped by CBP officers. continue reading »