'Drug Kingpin' Associated With Sinaloa Cartel Arrested for Trafficking Drugs From Mexico to Alaska

'Drug Kingpin' Associated With Sinaloa Cartel Arrested for Trafficking Drugs From Mexico to Alaska

An alleged "drug kingpin" associated with the Sinaloa cartel has been arrested for leading a network that trafficked drugs from Mexico to Alaska.
Homes of Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman and Fellow Drug Lord Amado Carrillo Fuentes in Mexico Are Now Owned by Lottery Winners

Homes of Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman, Fellow Drug Lord Amado Carrillo Fuentes in Mexico Are Now Owned by Lottery Winners

Winners in a special lottery raffle in Mexico have won the houses of Mexican drug cartel bosses Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman and Amado Carrillo Fuentes.
Juarez Cartel Boss Vicente Carrillo Fuentes Sentenced to 28 Years in Prison by Mexico Judge

Juarez Cartel Boss Vicente Carrillo Fuentes Sentenced to 28 Years in Prison by Mexico Judge

Former Juarez cartel leader and cofounder Vicente Carrillo Fuentes has been sentenced to 28 years in prison by a judge in Mexico.
Sentencing of El Chapo's Wife Emma Coronel Aispuro Delayed; Could Avoid Life Sentence for Drug Dealing

Sentencing of El Chapo's Wife Emma Coronel Aispuro Delayed; Could Avoid Life Sentence for Drug Dealing

The sentencing of Emma Coronel Aispuro, the wife of Sinaloa Cartel boss Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, is being delayed at least a month.
Mexico Boxing Legend Julio Cesar Chavez Says He Demanded Cocaine From El Chapo, Other Notorious Drug Lords at 1992 Party

Mexico Boxing Legend Julio Cesar Chavez Says He Demanded Cocaine From El Chapo, Other Notorious Drug Lords at 1992 Party

Mexico boxing legend Julio Cesar Chavez revealed that he shouted at the world's most notorious drug lords, including Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, to "go to hell" after they showed up to a victory party without any cocaine.
Tijuana Cartel Boss Eduardo Arellano Felix Rearrested in Mexico After Deported From U.S.

Tijuana Cartel Boss Eduardo Arellano Felix Rearrested in Mexico After Deported From U.S.

Tijuana cartel boss Eduardo Arellano Felix was deported from the United States back to Mexico on Monday after serving most of his 15-year sentence.
6 Dismembered Bodies Found in Mexico as Mexican Drug Cartel Launches Brutal Revenge Attack

6 Dismembered Bodies Found in Mexico as Mexican Drug Cartel Launches Brutal Revenge Attack

Six men found murdered and dismembered at a rural area in Mexico were believed to be victims of an attack launched by a rival Mexican drug cartel.
Alleged Top Sinaloa Cartel Money Launderer Extradited, Faces Charges in San Diego

Top Sinaloa Cartel Money Launderer Extradited, Faces Charges in San Diego

After his extradition to San Diego from Mexico, a man alleged to be one of the top Sinaloa Cartel money launderers was arraigned in federal court on Thursday.
El Chapo Narco Tunnel Found in Front of a National Guard Base in Mexico

El Chapo Narco Tunnel Found in Front of a National Guard Base in Mexico

Mexican officials recently discovered a 650-foot tunnel built by Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman in Tijuana, Mexico.
California Man Laundering Money for Mexican Drug Cartel Gets Nearly 5 Years in Jail

California Man Laundering Money for Mexican Drug Cartel Gets Nearly 5 Years in Jail

A California man was sentenced to nearly five years in prison for laundering thousands of dollars in drug proceeds for a Mexican drug cartel using bitcoin.
Sinaloa Cartel Founder 'El Guero' Is Still in Custody of Mexican Authorities

Sinaloa Cartel Founder 'El Guero' Is Still in Custody of Mexican Authorities

A Mexican judge has ordered on Wednesday for Sinaloa cartel's founder and leader Hector "El Guero" Palma to be held for 40 more days in non-prison custody.
Over $50M Worth of Meth Tied to a Mexican Drug Cartel Seized, Florida Sheriff Says

Over $50M Worth of Meth Tied to a Mexican Drug Cartel Seized

Over $50 million worth of methamphetamine linked to a Mexican drug cartel was seized in a months-long drug operation of Florida's Polk County Sheriff's Office.
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Guadalajara

Nothing Can Stop Mexican Cartels From Giving Aid, Not Even the President

While Mexican authorities are busy handling the national health care system, drug cartels are gaining popularity on social media through their philanthropic efforts.
A policeman keeps watch near the wreckage of a car that was burnt in a blockade set by members of the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel to repel security forces during a police operation on the outskirts of Celaya

As COVID-19 Cases Rise in Mexico, so Does Criminality

While Mexican authorities are making arrangements for the country’s healthcare system, specifically for COVID-19 patients, organized crime groups are exploiting vulnerable groups by providing basic resources while at the same time resorting to extortion, kidnapping, and violence.
A fentanyl user obtains a

Drug Cartels Scramble To Profit Amid COVID-19 Crisis

The global pandemic coronavirus is putting a dent to the illegal drug trade with borders closed and economies paralyzed in many countries. With drug sales plummetting, numerous cartels, especially those along the border, have made asylum seekers the new commodity.
FILE PHOTO: Consuelo Loera, mother of the Mexican drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman

El Chapo Was Illegally Extradited to US, According To His Mother

María Consuelo Loera Perez, El Chapo's mother, says the U.S. illegally extradited the child of her from Mexico.
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