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Thursday, 19 February 2009

David Garcia, 43, of San Diego, was arrested by federal and local authorities

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David Garcia, 43, of San Diego, was arrested by federal and local authorities at Russ Boulevard and 24th Street about 3:30 p.m. Monday, FBI spokesman Darrell Foxworth said.
Garcia is suspected of selling methamphetamine.
Foxworth said Garcia was one of 36 defendants named in federal criminal complaints alleging racketeering, firearms and drug offenses involving the Mexican Mafia, local gangs and the Arellano-Felix drug cartel. More than a dozen gang members with alleged ties to the drug rings were arrested Friday. The FBI said Ernest Matthew Soqui, 32, Lance Agundez, 27, and Jorge Lerma-Duenas, 31, remain fugitives. The arrests have come after a year-long federal investigation dubbed “Operation Keys to the City.” The title was taken from a Mexican Mafia term for delegating authority: giving “the keys” to a person put in charge of certain criminal activities in prisons and on the streets, Foxworth said.

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