translated from Spanish: U.S. Treasury Token to Mexican for Sinaloa Cartel

Mexican Sergio Valenzuela Valenzuela was hired by the U.S. Treasury Department as the Sinaloa Cartel’s plaza boss in Nogales, Sonora, and responsible for trafficking tons of fentanyl and other drugs to U.S. territory for Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada. The U.S. authority explained that Valenzuela Valenzuela was included in its list of Specially Designated Drug Traffickers, in accordance with the Foreign Drug Kingpin Designation Act (Kingpin Act).” Valenzuela Valenzuela was designated today for materially assisting, providing financial aid, or technological support and/or providing goods and services in support of Zambada García and the Sinaloa Cartel in international drug trafficking activities.” In addition, seven other Mexicans and two entities were also designated today,” explained the Treasury Department.The Mexican companies signed are Acuaindustria Narciso Mendoza, S.C. de R.L. de C.V. and Club Indios Rojos de Juárez, S.A. de C.V.While the other seven Mexicans were identified as Valenzuela Valenzuela’s right-hand man and who is responsible for operating directly for him, Leonardo Pineda Armenta; as well as six cartel lieutenants: Gilberto Martínez Rentería, Jaime Humberto González Higuera, Jorge Damián Román Figueroa, Luis Alberto Carrillo Jiménez, Melitón Rochin Hurtado, and Miguel Raymundo Marrufo Cabrera.The two sanctioned companies were owned or controlled by Rochin Hurtado and Marrufo Cabrera.” Valenzuela Valenzuela heads a multi-drug smuggling organization responsible for transporting and importing several tons of illicit drugs, including methamphetamines, heroin, and fentanyl from Mexico into the U.S. Read more: Six executed on Parral-Guadalupe y Calvo highway in Chihuahua “Since September 2018, there has been a federal drug trafficking indictment in the Southern District of California against Valenzuela Valenzuela, who is a fugitive on the charges currently.” CJNG threatens the governor of Aguascalientes and other state and municipal authorities

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