In Mexico detained leader of gang “Knights Order of Templars”

The Mexico Police detained the leader of the criminal group “Knights of the Order of the Templar” Muldonado Boostos, known as “Don Jose”. This is reported by the FINANCIERO newspaper.

It is clarified that the detention operation took place on November 1 in the metropolitan area of ​​Halp. Bustos at that time was in the cabin of his car Jeep Patriot. Later, law enforcement officers discovered a gun in a vehicle, cash, two cell phones and 153 transparent packages, in which cocaine is presumably.

“Knights Order of the Templars” separated from the Gang “Family from Michoacan” in 2011. Drug carrier is considered one of the main suppliers of methamphetamine in the United States. In 2016, the Mexican Prosecutor General’s Office announced a remuneration of one and a half million pesos for the capture of “Don Jose”. In 2020, Mexico’s armed forces were called a drug carter leader by one of the main instigators of violence in the country.

Earlier in Colombia detained the head of the country’s largest drug market Daryro Usugu. More than 500 people took part in the special operation. President of Columbia Ivan Duke Marquez noted that this is the hardest blow caused by the country’s drug trafficking in this century, comparable “only with the fall of Pablo Escobar in the 1990s.”

/Media reports.