The alleged manufacturer of explosive drones of “Marro” and “Mencho” fell

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The Attorney General’s Office (FGR) stopped the alleged manufacturer of drones with explosives who first worked with José Antonio Yépez Ortiz, the Marro, and then with the Jalisco New Generation Cartel from Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, the Mencho.

Jose Luis Hernandez Lopez, Bad Boy y/o Abatar, was identified by intelligence work as the pioneer in the use of these devices in the drug war of the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel (CSRL) against CJNG on Guanjuato. He was investigated for a year and this November 19 he fell along with two alleged accomplices.

The Bad Boy operated from Ecatepec de Morelos, at Mexico state, according to the FGR. The Federal Ministerial Police detained this subject in the vicinity of the Mexico City International Airport.

After the arrest of Marro, on August 2, 2020, its supplier of explosive drones aligned itself with the forces of the Mencho, just like other operators who sought to continue criminal activities without retaliation from enemies.

According to the FGR, were alerted to these operations by an anonymous report on August 28 of last year. In other words, only three weeks have passed since the arrest of Yépez Ortiz, when it was learned that his old ally was already responding to the interests of the CJNG.

The call indicated that Hernández López sold weapons in Ecatepec, but it is presumed that he was betrayed by members of the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel.

It was until September 23 of this year that the Judge assigned to the Federal Criminal Justice Center in Guanajuato granted a arrest warrant against the Bad Boy for their probable responsibility in the crime of organized crime with the purpose of committing crimes in the matter of stockpiling and trafficking of weapons.

After being insured, the alleged criminals They were transferred to the entity of the Bajío to continue with their judicial processes. Simultaneously, his alleged accomplices, who were also wanted on the same charges, were arrested.

The Sedena has highlighted that the CJNG does use drones, as well as other cartels, but the scope has not been one of greater devastation.

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