He Next Sunday A judge will decide whether José Antonio Yépez, better known as The brown and allegedly Criminal leader of the Santa Rosa de Lima cartel, is linked or not processed for the crime of kidnapping.
The Detention Control Hearing was carried out by the Criminal Court of the Municipality of Valle de Santiago, with jurisdiction over Assess kidnapping crimesthrough a video conference at 9:00 a.m.
It was from CERESO de Guanajuato that the defendants were connected, supported by their defense lawyer, In addition, a judge ruled the detention legal before the debate.
The prosecutor later formulated the imprisonment for the crimes of murder in the degree of trial against officials and aggravated kidnapping to the detriment of a woman.
The control judge allowed each of the defendants to speak with the aim of manifesting what was shown in relation to the credit. However, the accused only used the voice to comment They didn’t feel like itat that time to use this right.
The prosecutor then asked to be involved in the process. The defender, however requested the extension of a constitutional term to gather new evidence in favor of the accused that was approved from the judge
The hearing at which the detention of The brown is listed next Sunday at 9 a.m..
The governor of Guanajuato, Diego Sinhue Rodríguez reported on his Twitter account that he was arrested José Antonio Yépez on August 2nd.
“I want to tell you this this morning A joint operation between state and federal forces was arrested as the main leader of a criminal organization operating in the Laja-Bajío region of the state of Guanajuato ”, wrote on social networks.
For its part, The Prosecutor General of Guanajuato reported that the arrest of The brown was achieved in a coordinated deployment of federal and state forcesand led to his capture. In addition, a kidnapped businesswoman was rescued from Apaseo el Grande.
In just a decade The brown went from theft of trucks to the leader of the cartel Santa Rosa de Lima (CSRL) and one of the most wanted men in the country’s authorities.
If you know that belonged to the Los Zetas cartel, which was fragmented by the capture of leaders, became a “cell” dedicated to the Theft of hydrocarbons (Huachicol) in the state Guanajuatorecently visited the president Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
in the 2008 was arrested by Robbery and organized crimeThe latter was considered a federal crime. However, he achieved his freedom shortly thereafter for a lack of due process.
Since then, it has accumulated power because of the theft of fuel from the vehicle Pipelines from Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) has been one of the biggest criminal industries with a for years deal from 65,000 million pesos yearly.
For him 2017José Antonio Yépez was already responsible for the cartel that bears the name of his small community in the community Villagrán, Guanajuato. In his criminal career, he turned to his family to that did the pillar of the structure of the CSRL a Network of complications throughout the company.
His leadership was shaped by his violent personality and the firepower he gave his organization to take over and defend his terrain Other criminal groups’ intentions to expand their power in the country. The Santa Rosa de Lima group has had a dispute with the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) for fuel theft in Guanajuato.
And it is so that this state of fuel lines from the Salamanca refinery, the second with more production than the six that Mexico has. Over, The brown hasn’t spared Alliances with other cartels, including the support of Sinaloa cartelwho supplies him with weapons and fighters to maintain a bloody battle for control of the market.
That war placed Guanajuato as the most violent and murderous state in the country, in addition to the police presence to fight them. According to official information, the company has recorded 3,540 murders in 2019more than 10% of the 34,608 events across the country. And they add between January and May this year 1,903 cases.
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