José Antonio Yépez Ortíz, aka El “Marro”, was involved in the process for the crime of kidnappingannounced the Attorney General of the State of Guanajuato. This is due to an investigation carried out by the Specialized Unit Against Kidnappings (UECS).
Through its Twitter account, the government agency reported that the alleged leader of the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel will remain in prison.
José Antonio “N”, known as “El Marro”, is linked to criminal proceedings. Result of the UECS investigation, the head of the crime will remain in prison.
Marro is accused of crimes of organized crime, fuel theft (huachicol) and kidnapping and was arrested in a joint operation between federal and state authorities on August 2.
The hearing was for the crime of kidnapping and It was held at the Criminal Court of Orality in the municipality of Valle de Santiago. He was previously accused of the crimes of attempted murder of civil servants and qualified kidnapping of women.
However, at that hearing, the defender requested a constitutional extension to obtain new evidence in favor of the defendant, which was granted.
On August 8, it was announced that Yépez Ortíz had spent his first night in the maximum security prison in El Altiplano, located in the state of Mexico.
Before I got there, the FGR transferred the capo to a prison located in the municipality of Puentencillas, in Guanajuato, in an operation attended by more than 50 vans from the Public Ministry, according to a newspaper report Millennium.
The Secretary of Citizen Security, Alfonso Durazo Montaño, informed that The purpose of the transfer was to ensure the safety of the hood., due to the complicity fabric it has in the state.
Outside the state (Guanajuato) and in a federal prison there is greater security in relation to the arrest of that person. The risks, his stay in Guanajuato, highlighted the risks to his security, since being in the state where he built a network of complicities was easier or facilitated his stay in a vulnerable medium security prison
In prison, they are prisoners Serving Gomez, “Tuta“, former leader of the Knights Templar in Michoacán; José Ángel Casarrubias Salgado, “El Mochomo”, alleged leader of the Guerreros Unidos cartel and allegedly linked to the disappearance of 43 students from Ayotzinapa; Abigael González Valencia, “El Cuini”, leader of the criminal group Los Cuinis, partners, operators of the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel, former leaders of Los Zetas Miguel Ángel Treviño Morales, “The Z-40”, Omar Treviño Morales, “El Z-42” and Osiel Cárdenas Guillén, among others.
The prison where El “Marro” is located was built between 1988 and 1990, but it was only a year later that it began to receive prisoners.
The capture of the presumed leader of the CSRL not only represents a victory for the federal government, but also benefits rival groups, mainly the Jalisco Cartel New Generation (CJNG), led by Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, also known as ‘The mencho‘, who is still a fugitive from
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