They sentence a network of truck drivers who distributed CJNG drugs in the United States

10 trailers They were sentenced to spend between 2 and 17 years in prison for distributing drugs from the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) throughout United States. According to a district judge, these men were found guilty of conspiracy to fentanyl racking, cocaine, methamphetamine and heroin. The drugs were shipped from Michoacanone of the Mexican states where this cartel has several narco laboratories for production.

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One of those sentenced was a drug trafficker identified as Juan Manuel Saldana, who coordinated distribution logistics since 2017, was in charge of shipments and looking for real estate to hide the trucks. By the way, this subject also hid the drugs in car batteries and fire extinguishers that he strategically placed in the trailers.

drug route

The drug traffickers confessed to the US authorities which was the smuggling route: They started in the states of Jalisco and Michoacanthen they came to Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, northern Mexico and across the border. This is how they entered Texas and from there they distributed the cargo in houston, Dallas, North Carolina and other states.

Who are the other condemned?

Juan Jose Garcia Lemaoriginally from Nuevo Leon, Mexico; George Louis Castellanosfrom Michoacan; Robert Ivan Rodriguez and Manuel Enrique Ayala, from Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, who will spend 9 years in prison. In addition to daniel hinojosa, Santos Salazar, Giovani Mendez, Victor Hinojosa, Omar Hiracheta-Cruz and Armando Hernandez.

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