New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 24, 1985, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 24, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas El Paso was significant in drug ring EL PASO (AP) — This border city played a key role in a major Mexican narcotics smuggling operation that drug agents believe was broken up with the arrests of more than 120 people in six states, officials say. “We’re not dealing with small quantities. We’re dealing with multikilo distributions. We’re dealing with the godfathers of organized crime in Mexico who use the Juarez-El Paso area to smuggle their narcotics into the United States,” said Phillip E. Jordan, special agent in charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Dallas field division. “This shows the importance El Paso plays in the Mexican connection,” Jordan said, referring to the arrests that culminated a two-year investigation by the DEA and the FBI of the activities of the Herrera family of Durango, Mexico. More than 400 law enforcement officials launched early-morning raids Tuesday in Illinois, Texas, Florida, California, Colorado and Indiana, and arrested residents of those states and of Puerto Rico and Mexico, according to U.S. Attorney Anton R. Valukas in Chicago. Valukas said 134 people had been indicted on various charges that included conspiracy to violate drug trafficking laws, use of interstate communication facilities to violate drug trafficking laws and interstate travel between Chicago, El Paso and Mexico for the purpose of acquiring illegal drugs. Eight of those arrested live in El Paso, said Ron Hoverson, special agent in charge of the El Paso FBI bureau. Jordan said officials believe the Herrera organization has used El Paso and neighboring Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, for several years to import drugs into the United States. El Paso is separated from Juarez, a city of about I million people, only by the Rio Grande. “The Herrera organization has been targeted by DEA and other agencies for a long time,” Jordan said. “When you talk about the Herrera organization of Durango, Mexico, you can compare it with some of the best organized crime out of Mexico and in the United States.” The operation is considered to be a multimillion-dollar drug network, involving thousands of people. Jordan said. Agents say that at times the Herreras have had such control over heroin sales that they were able to set the price, quality and availability of the drug. In addition to Tuesday’s arrests, authorities in Chicago said they seized $197,000 in cash, along with large amounts of marijuana, cocaine and heroin. Hoverson said neither property nor drugs were seized in El Paso. The eight people arrested in El Paso were: Rodolfo Esparza-Corral, 29; Gustavo Aguilar-Arias, 44; Alfredo Herrera-Nevarez, 49; Baltazar Herrera-Terrazas, 55; Manuel Jurardo, 30; Julian Nevarez, 51; Juan Rios-Guzman, 52; and Antonio Salcido-Salcido, 40. Hoverson said the men appeared Tuesday afternoon before U.S. Magistrate Philip Cole, who denied bond for all. A detention hearing for the eight is to be held today, according to assistant U.S. Attorney Tom McHugh. AUTOHAUS OF TERRELL PARK MERCEDES SPECIALISTS 3450 NORTHEAST PARKWAY SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 78218 821-6167 AUTOHAUS is now offering a special service for your Mercedes We will check and flush your car's cooling system. Also, we will do an air conditioning operation and performance diagnosis for the low price of just $41.IS CALL FOA APPOINTMENT mm AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE Sale prices good thru Sat., July 27th. 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