Max, the dog of the Mexican Navy who found the narco Rafael Caro Quintero for his arrest

Max, the dog of the Mexican Navy who found the narco Rafael Caro Quintero for his arrest

On this Friday afternoon, Rafael Caro Quintero“El Narco de Narcos”, was arrested in Sinaloa by the Secretary of the Navy of Mexico.

A Dog or Canine element from navy called “Max” was the one who found Rafael Caro Quintero between the scrubs to be detained by the authorities, detailed the Secretary of the Navy.

According to the Secretary of the Navy, training in search and rescue allowed the canine element to locate Caro Quintero, founder of Guadalajara Cartel, who has two arrest warrants against him, as well as an extradition order to the United States.

Max”, the element of the Navy Canine Unit that located the capo Rafael Caro Quintero is a Hound copy.

In 2019, he joined the Urban Search and Rescue Unit (USAR), with the mission of participating in search and rescue tasks.

Through a statement, the Secretary of the Navy (Semar) reported that the capo was arrested in the community of San Simón, municipality of Choice, Sinaloa, after field and cabinet work, carried out since his release in 2013 when obtaining an amparo.

The Navy pointed out that the United States Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) recognizes the aforementioned drug trafficker as leader of the Caborca ​​Cartel.

Likewise, the unit reported that during the operational activities carried out in Sinaloa, a Mexican Navy aircraft crashed in Los Mochis, leaving a balance of 14 lifeless elements and one is receiving medical attention.

Stuck in the bushes

With a blue shirt, jean pants, a khaki jacket and what appears to be a scapular on his chest, the capo recognized as the founder of the Sinaloa cartel, Rafael Caro Quintero, was found in some bushes by Max, trained for search and rescue.

The “Narco de Narcos” was approached with a bottle of drinking water while he was surrounded by Marine agents, who checked his jacket to see if he had belongings with him, as shown in a video issued by said secretariat.

Melissa Galbraith
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