Armando González Valeriano leader of the Independent Cartel of Acapulco (CIDA) Arrested
Armando Gonzalez Valeriano, alias "the Teran" is noted for being operational leader and the armed wing of Cida and of committing assasinations, kidnapping, extortion and drug distribution
Carlos A. Moreno
The former deputy director of Municipal Transit during the administration of PRI mayor Manuel Añorve Baños, Armando Gonzalez Valeriano, The Teran, who was responsible for homicides, kidnappings, extortion and drug distribution for a criminal group that "operates" in Acapulco, was arrested by federal police in Hidalgo.
According to a statement from the National Commission on Security (CNS), it was reported that Valeriano González was arrested in the town of Mineral de la Reforma, in Hidalgo.
According to sources of the Federal Police, the arrest took place on July 23 at night, and afterwards the former official was transferred to the Deputy Attorney Specialized Investigation of Organized Crime in (SEIDO) of the Attorney General's Office (PGR).
According to sources, Valeriano González was operational leader of the Independent Cartel of Acapulco (CIDA) and the armed wing of the organization, which is designated by the Federal Police was responsible for homicides, kidnappings, extortion and drug distribution in Acapulco.
In the statement, which does not mention the position he held Valeriano González, 32, it specifies that "was allegedly responsible for groups of murderers and had control of drug sales points," and who took refuge in Mineral de la Reforma, Hidalgo, but continued to operate in Guerrero distance.
In his detention Valeriano González had with him three handguns, two 9 mm and .45 and .223 caliber long, rounds of ammunition, a package of 8.5 kilograms of marijuana, cocaine wrap a vehicle Seat 2015 without license plates, communications equipment and various documents.
A number of people have been executed in the town narco found them, some signed by the Terán. One occurred on June 1, when a man was found beheaded in Lazaro Cardenas Avenue in front of the trailer park, and next to the body a card that read: "This happened to me for stealing, extorting and collecting fees. Att: The Tehran ".
The morning of March 22, 2010, two nephews of the then deputy director of Municipal Transit which had been kidnapped in the town of La Sabana, were found dismembered in the colony Los Lirios with a narco message aimed at Armando Teran Valeriano, against those who would support Hector Beltran Leyva drug trafficker "El H," allegedly signed by La Barbie.