They arrest in Mexicali “Los Garibay”, armed wing of “Los Chapitos”

A confrontation between soldiers and members of the criminal group “The Garibays”alleged armed wing of “The chaps”They clashed in the Valley of Mexicali. After the crash, seven alleged criminals were arrested.

According to information released by the website Proceso, among the detainees and wounded is Luis Alfredo Garibay Felixaliases “The Wico”leader of the armed wing of the criminal cell.

According to the report of the Secretary of Citizen Security of Baja California, at 6:31 p.m. on Monday, a 911 call was received alerting to gunshots at the “Garibay” ranch, which is located in the Chiapas III ejido. .

GN and Sedena participated in the operation

They arrest in Mexicali “Los Garibay”, armed wing of “Los Chapitos”

Members of the municipal police, the National Guard and the Secretary of National Defense arrived at the scene, sparking a confrontation between members of security and the criminal group.

The result was seven people arrested: Manuel Antonio “N”, 23 years old, Juan Antonio “N”, 21 years old, Jesús Omar “N”, 52 years old, Luis Mario “N”, 17 years old, Adrián “N”. ”, 22 years old and Luis Alfredo “N”, 30 years old. A 50-caliber pistol, three R-15s and three AK-47s were also seized.

For two years, the sons of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán and Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada have been fighting over the rural area of ​​Mexicali, which borders the city of San Luis Río Colorado, in the state of Sonora.

“Los Chapitos” subdued “Los Garibay”

They arrest in Mexicali “Los Garibay”, armed wing of “Los Chapitos”

In this fight, “Los Chapitos” sent their armed wing “los Salazar” to fight for the plaza. For three decades, the local criminal group “los Garibay” dominated the Mexicali valley. Already diminished, “los Garibay” were subordinated to “los Salazar”.

While “El Mayo” Zambada sent Jesús Alexander Sánchez Félix, “El Ruso” and Felpe Eduardo Barajas Lozano, “El Omega”, to defend the plaza. The latter was arrested on December 27 last.

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