On Friday morning, alleged drug trafficker Humberto René Mandujano Eudave was arrested after his brother Jaime Antonio, was arrested in Spain in September 2014 and extradited to the United States.
According to the information provided by the PGR, Rene Humberto he was arrested "pursuant to a provisional arrest warrant for extradition, issued by the Second District Court of Criminal Proceedings in Mexico City, elements of the Criminal Investigation Agency (CIA).
René Humberto Mandujano was arrested between 10 and 11 am on Friday on Veracruz Street, Alfredo B. Bonfil, Mazatlan, industrial park where the Mandujano brothers have a business of fishery products.
"This person added the bulletin-, is linked to a criminal organization operating in the state of Sinaloa, is likely responsible for receiving, negotiating and coordinating cocaine shipments at sea and is wanted by the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, United States of America. "
René Humberto Mandujano is the same man who bought a condo in Miramar building, where in February 2014 Joaquin Guzman, El Chapo, was arrested in room 401 . Hence, from the number 902, he came to dispatch his brother Jaime Mandujano, who was arrested in Spain in August 2014.
The department acquired in Miramar 809,782.59 pesos, according to the public deed and which would have been the offices of the company "Atuneros States of California".
The brothers did business with the Government of Sinaloa, as Jaime Antonio Mandujano Eudave the state government had bought for 850,000 pesos, a parcel of one thousand square meters in the Industrial Park Alfredo V. Bonfil. That was then constructed to hold fishery products.
Ríodoce (issue 607, the first week of September 2014) reported that Jaime Antonio Mandujano Eudave, who was arrested on August 31 at the airport in Madrid, Spain, by the Spanish Civil Guard, accused of belonging to the Sinaloa Cartel, he would have departed from the Miramar condo, where on February 22 of that year Joaquín el Chapo Guzman Loera was arrested, by elements of the Navy.
Madujano Eudave, residing in Mazatlan, was designated by the Spanish authorities as one of those responsible for operating a segment of the Sinaloa Cartel, and coordinating between 2004 and 2009, sending 148 thousand 500 kilos of cocaine from Colombia to Mexico and U.S.