Osiel Jr got arrested again by Brownsville PD for weapons charge. This is after a federal judge was lenient on him on federal weapons charge and received 10 months. During his sentencing Judge Andrew Hanen let his family speak for him and they describes Osiel Jr as being guilty of being his father's son and needed guidance. He received 3 years peobation. Let's see how Judge Hanen will look on Jr now. Looks like hes been living in brownsville and hasn't crossed to moros in sometime. Even though he's on this side of the border, he must pack heat as a hit man could be on to knowing he's in bville.
Every since he was small he was a lil slow. His sister live in bville. Everyone knows who she is but her feet are grounded. Jr is just a kid needing attention from time to time. He’lol get time for violated his probation.
The badge belonged to an ex assistant district attorney Ismael Hinojosa who is now in private practice. He was representing osiel Jr for a petition for an occupational drivers license recently. When asked about Jr having his badge, Hinojosa claimed “attorney client privelage”.
Hinojosa was “thought” to be a straight arrow.. pero con el dinero baila el perro.
The son of a former Gulf Cartel capo who the Brownsville Police Department arrested last week at a Brownsville bar displayed a Cameron County District Attorney’s badge, which belonged to a former assistant district attorney, according to authorities.
Now, Osiel Cardenas Jr., 26 — son of Osiel Cardenas, who is serving a 25-year sentence for a host of drug trafficking charges — is facing a new federal charge.
It’s unknown how Cardenas Jr. acquired the badge, which authorities say was displayed before his arrest. The revelation that Cardenas Jr. had obtained a Cameron County District Attorney’s badge came to light during a court hearing when federal authorities levied the new charge against Cardenas Jr. for being a felon in possession of a handgun.
The Brownsville Police Department arrested Cardenas Jr. at around 2 a.m. March 15 outside of the Sky Bar & Lounge in Brownsville, and he was charged with public intoxication, unlawful carrying of a weapon and false report to a police officer, court records show.
He is accused of entering the bar, waving a handgun in the air while claiming to be a U.S. Marshal and ordering patrons to leave the bar or be arrested, according to authorities.
On Tuesday afternoon, Cameron County District Attorney Luis V. Saenz said the badge belonged to former Assistant District Attorney Ismael Hinojosa, who is now a defense lawyer who represents Cardenas in a petition for an occupational driver’s license, court records show.
Hinojosa declined to comment, citing attorney-client privilege.