NARCO Implora clemencia por desempleo e hija enferma, y recibe un año de carcel



Jose Delgado Juarez
Jose Delgado Juarez
A Nogales, Sonora man was sentenced to a year in prison for attempting to smuggle marijuana in Nogales. Court records show that on Jan. 28, the U.S. Border Patrol put out a call that it was looking for a vehicle that was possibly traveling south on Interstate 19 from Ruby Road. An NPD officer on patrol in city limits heard the report and spotted a vehicle matching the description as it turned onto Hohokam Drive from Doe Street. 

 The officer began to follow the vehicle and noticed a burlap string coming out of the trunk. When the vehicle turned onto Calle Sonora, the officer activated his emergency lights, but the driver didn’t stop. Instead, the vehicle turned onto Grand Avenue before entering a trailer park, where the driver and a passenger bailed out and ran. Two bundles of marijuana weighing a total of 96 pounds were found in the car’s trunk.

 Other officers arrived at the scene and managed to detain the passenger, later identified as Jose Luziano Delgado Juarez. In a statement written in Spanish and translated by a probation officer, Delgado said: “I needed money and I didn’t have a job,” adding that his 2-year-old daughter had suffered seizures since birth and her medical care in Mexico was becoming expensive. 

 Delgado, 40, pleaded guilty to a Class 5 felony offense and was sentenced June 26 by Judge Anna Montoya-Paez of Santa Cruz County Superior Court. The judge gave him credit for 148 days served.


Infalible el olfato canino , su advertencia descubre a cuatro narcos 

Drugs found in vehicle at Nogales port of entry over the weekend. (Source: U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

NOGALES, AZ - Over the weekend U.S. Customs and Border Protection drug sniffing dogs help agents seize more than $1.1 million in hard drugs in four different incidents. The first incident happened on Friday morning, July 7 at the Dennis DeConcini crossing, when a CBP canine alerted to the possibility of drugs in a Honda SUV, driven by a 40-year-old man from Mexico. 

 Agents pulled the vehicle for secondary inspection and found more than $73,000 in methamphetamine hidden in the rear area and spare tire. On Saturday morning, July 8, a CBP canine again alerted to a Ford SUV at the Dennis DeConcini crossing for the possibility of drugs. According to the release, agents found bundles of cocaine in the rear quarter panel of the SUV. The drugs were worth an estimated $297,000.

The SUV was driven by a 43-year-old man from Nogales, AZ. According to the release a short time later Saturday, an officer working with a CBP canine at the Mariposa crossing discovered bundles of cocaine, worth an estimated $450,000 in the center console and rear seating area of a Ford sedan. The vehicle was driven by a 35-year-old woman from Mexico.

Drugs found in vehicle at Nogales port of entry over the weekend. (Source: U.S. Customs and Border Protection)


 The last incident occurred on Sunday night, July 9 at the DeConcini crossing when officer referred a 26-year-old Mesa woman for a secondary search of her Chrysler PT Cruiser. A CBP canine alerted to the possibility of drugs in the vehicle. A search revealed more than $300,000 worth of cocaine hidden in the vehicle.

Drugs found in vehicle at Nogales port of entry over the weekend. (Source: U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

 The four suspects were arrested and are facing narcotics smuggling charges, they have been turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations. According to the CBP news release the drugs and vehicles have also been seized.


Drugs found in vehicle at Nogales port of entry over the weekend. (Source: U.S. Customs and Border Protection)


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