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Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Alleged 2nd in command of Azteca gang is arrested - El Paso Times

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Alleged 2nd in command of Azteca gang is arrested - El Paso Times: "arrested two alleged Azteca gang members in Juárez, one described as the second in command of the violent street gang, The Associated Press reported Saturday.
The men have been linked to 10 slayings, including the killing last month of a federal police officer.
They were identified as Gonzalo Dominguez Sanchez, known as 'El Chore,' and Eduardo Rocha, alias 'El Dienton,' both 29.
Federal police said Domin guez was the successor to alleged Azteca leader Jesus Er nesto Chávez Castillo, 'El Camello,' who was arrested July 2 and is believed to be the mastermind in the slayings of U.S. Consulate employee Lesley Enriquez Redelfs and her husband, Arthur Redelfs, both of El Paso.
Rocha was described as the gang's second in command."

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