Tlalpan, CDMX: Money, Cocaine, and Altars of Witchcraft

Police from Mexico City detained Olga Ramirez, mother of Óscar Andrés aka El Lunares, alleged leader of the criminal group La Unión Tepito, at an address in the Tlalpan borough.

The woman was apprehended along with José ‘N’, her partner after an operation in which two search warrants were executed at homes, allegedly used to store drugs, located in the Tlalpan and Cuauhtémoc boroughs.

In the property where they were detained, located in the San Andrés Totoltepec neighborhood, in Tlalpan, 23 brick packages and several bags containing cocaine were seized; two boxes with bottles of a liquid substance, apparently acetone, used to make drugs.

In addition to two scales, cash; glass containers and wooden stamps; as well as three luxury vehicles. While, in the second building located in the Obrera neighborhood, Cuauhtémoc borough, a bag with marijuana, a laptop and a cell phone equipment were secured.

Olga ‘N’ and José ‘N’, as well as the insured, were placed at the disposal of the agent of the corresponding Public Ministry, who will determine their legal situation. Meanwhile, the properties were sealed and under police custody, while the investigation files are being integrated.

On November 11, Dionisio Flores ‘N’, El Nicho, father of El Lunares, was arrested after the search of a property located in the Morelos neighborhood, Cuauhtémoc borough, who is identified as a logistics and financial operator of Unión Tepito, a group led by his son.

A month later, El Nicho was prosecuted for his alleged responsibility for the crimes of bribery, against health in the form of drug dealing, hypothesis of possession for commercial purposes and carrying a firearm for the exclusive use of the Army.