Sinaloa Cartel Using Two Ports In Peru for major shipments of cocaine hidden in coal shipments

Posted on September 1, 2014 • Filed under: Crime, Drug Activity, Organized Crime, Paraguay, Police/Military Activity

Paita y Callao Major Shipment Points for Sinaloa Cartel / Cocaine hidden in Coal Shipments reported phone-tapping to the facade Carboniferas Alpha & Omega and Andean Betas of the Peru business owners facilitated the identification and location of two Mexicans identified as alleged representatives of the Sinaloa cartel’s installed in Trujillo, who oversaw the drug in the Huanchaco packaging and shipments to Europe. Seven tons of cocaine that the police found in a warehouse located in the malecon of Huanchaco, Trujillo, were part of a collection that the Mexican mafia of the Sinaloa cartel planned to dispatch parts to Spain and Belgium in a span of six months. According to estimates by agents of the Division of special investigations of the Antidrug direction (Divinesp), the criminal organization exported caches two to three tons of drugs. Read Article

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