A couple of articles on recent CDG activity in Cancun and surrounding areas of Quintana Roo.
El Poncho captured after some narcomanta threats were recently put up.
It seems like the narco-violence in Cancun is affecting the tourist areas more and more frequently.
Narco Boss Falls in Quintana Roo
Reports of violence in Playa and Cozumel
Thursday, July 27, 2017
Alfonso Contreras "El Poncho" is leader of the Gulf Cartel Plaza in Cancun.
Three suspected members of the Gulf Cartel operating in Cancún, Quintana Roo, including their boss, Alfonso Contreras, alias "El Poncho", were arrested in a Security Cabinet operation.
Elements of the Secretariats of the Navy, National Defense and the PGR located the members of the criminal group, who were carrying three short weapons, one kilo of cocaine, one kilo of plant matter with characteristics of marijuana and 81 rounds.
In addition to "El Poncho", Ángel de Jesús Muñoz Alemán, "El Chaparro", who was in charge of the logistics of the sale and distribution of drugs, and the charge of "piso" or extortion tax, and Hugo Amaral García, their apparent bodyguard, were also apprehended.
Yesterday was another day of violence in Quintana Roo, as it was reported that in Playa del Carmen a house was shot at in the Colosio colonia, and in Cancún the body of a naked woman was found, bound and with traces of violence in a colonia on the periphery of the city.
In Cozumel, inhabitants of the colonia Miraflores detained and beat a subject apparently involved in the burglary of a home and then turned him over to the authorities
PLAYA DEL CARMEN, SOLIDARITY.- In the middle of an escalation of narco-violence that has has struck this municipality in two days after the execution of "El Manotas" in the tourist "heart" of this holiday resort, someone hung three narcomantas and one card on Fifth Avenue, signed, allegedly,by the Cartel Del Golfo (CDG), in which death threats are made against supposed traitors and managers of bars and clubs who support other criminal leaders; as a mockery of the Municipal Police it was suspended one block from the municipal palace; the mantas were taken down by the PMP and put at the disposal of the Attorney General's Office (PGR), a process that is useless because the PGR does not do any research.
Despite the secrecy inside the Directorate General of Public Safety and Traffic, by orders of the head of that agency, through the questioning of Juan Martín Rodríguez Olvera, despite trying to hide these facts, it was possible to know that three narcomantas were placed on Saturday night in different points of the city and the narco-cardboard was left on Fifth Avenue in broad daylight; the first was in the third park of the Villas del Sol, on CTM Avenue; the second was in La Ceiba Park located on 60th Avenue between Calle Primera and Tercera Sur in the Ejidal colonia; and the third on was on 6th Street between Avenues 20 and 25 of Colonia Centro, on the same street as the municipal palace.
The content of the three narcomantas supposedly hung by criminals of the Cartel del Golfo said "This is for all the 'veletas' who one by one will fall traitors dogs and managers idiots who support the filth who come to shit there especially "el Pepe Flames" and the "Cubana Caballo" you're going to suck we are firm you dogs until we collide ATT: CDG"; the canvases that measured approximately two meters by a meter and a half labeled with black paint were removed by the Municipal Police, who took them to the facilities Of Public Security who then made them available to the PGR.
Finally, in broad daylight, a narco-cardboard was left in the tourist "heart" of this vacation center, without the Tourist Police, under the command of Pedro Arturo Ramírez del Ángel, noticing any of it, it was signed by the CDG and contained the following message: "This is for all 'veleteas', one by one you will fall traitorous dogs, managers and assholes who support the mugrosos who come to shit We are firm dogs!! Until we collide culeros. C.D.G."
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