Published On: Thu, Jun 26th, 2014

El “Choco-Lomo”, Yucatecan Hitman Arrested in Chiapas accused of beheading 13 people

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On Wednesday June 25th, 2014,  special agents of the Chiapas State Preventive Police (Policía Estatal Preventiva) arrested a suspect native of  Tizimín, Yucatan, accused of beheading 13 people in the state of Yucatan back in 2008, according to the Attorney General of the state of Chiapas.

The arrest came during a raid at around 5:00 pm on Wednesday, when Gustavo “N”, known by the nickname of “El Choco-lomo” was walking along the streets of the town of Juárez, in the Municipality of the same name in the state of Chiapas, close to the stateline with Tabasco. The suspect was found in possession of a 9 mm caliber pistol and 20 grams of cocaine packed for distribution.

When police conducted a search in “Plataforma Mexico” (Plataforma México consists of an automated computing network central database that supplies information from all the Federal, State and Municipal Police Departments in the country), found that the detainee is accused of involvement in the murder and beheading of 13 people in the state of Yucatán in the year 2008.

2010, “el Choco-lomo” was allegedly identified as an operator of the Sinaloa cartel in Eastern Yucatán, specifically in the Municipality of Tizimín, Yucatán.

2011, the Yucatan State Police arrested a suspect named Gustavo N. Marino, who was identified as “el Choco-lomo’s” cousin, the attorney explained.

2012, members of Los Zetas and Los Pelones, the most powerful drug cartels in Cancun, Quintana Roo, declared that they had links with “el Choco-lomo”.

2013, Yucatan State Police arrested  Carlos “N”, an individual linked to Gustavo “N”(“el Choco-lomo”) and who was considered as one of his main collaborators.

The detainee was brought before a prosecutor in the capital city of Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas; and his legal situation will be determined in the next 24 hours.

Source: http://www.informador.com.mx/

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