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“Niño sicario” (teen hitman) alias EL PONCHISE imprisoned. Also mother and sisters. Started his crimes at 11 years old.

"Niño sicario" (child hitman) detained by mexican Army.

Cuernavaca, Morelos .- On thursday, the Mexican Army arrested the child hitman Edgar Lugo Jiménez, alias “El PONCHISE” . He was the youngest child member of the Cartel del pacifico Sur (of the South Pacific) whose identity was unknown, but he was very active beyond the borders and hus crimes has been related to more than 300 violent deaths in the state of Morelos. The “skills” of this hitman was the beheading and maul of the bodies of their victims.

About eleven o’clock at night, elements of 21 Infantry Battalion 24 military zone, managed to encircle “The PONCHISE” of 14 years of age, and two of his sisters, who were detained just before taking the plane departing for the city of Tijuana, from which they would be traveling to the United States, specifically the city of San Diego, where they originate and where his parents have been living for many years.

According to military versions, Edgar Jimenez Lugo “El PONCHISE” was the younger element within the CPS group of assassins, the CPS name also identifies the organization of the Beltran Leyva brothers in Morelos and this criminal group is the responsible for making mutilations and beheadings of victims .

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Teen hitman El Ponchis

MEXICO CITY – U.S. officials say an alleged 14-year-old drug gang killer in Mexico is a U.S. citizen.

U.S. Embassy spokesman Alexander Featherstone says U.S. authorities have also confirmed his 19-year-old sister is an American citizen. He says embassy officials have visited both in prison.

A birth certificate shows the boy was born in San Diego. Earlier this week, there was no record of him in county files.

The boy and his sister were arrested…READ MORE HERE

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San Diego.- Border Patrol agents in San Diego arrested Yolanda Lugo Jiménez, the mother of the man-child hit man Edgar “El Ponchis” Jimenez Lugo and charged her in federal court with illegal re-entry after being previously deported, according to court documents.

The documents note that Yolanda Lugo Jimenez was arrested along with her husband, Gabriel Aguirre Manuel on Monday night at their home in the Logan Heights neighborhood in San Diego after admitting to the officers that they are Mexican citizens and hold no documents to be in the United States legally.

Edgar Jiménez Lugo and his two sisters were arrested last Thursday in the Mariano Matamorros airport, south of Morelos, when they planned to board a plane to Tijuana, and from there move on to San Diego, to visit their mother,  her husband and their two step sisters.

Logo’s two sisters are being held in a Mexico City detention facility for 30 days while the investigation continues into their ties to organized crime. “Ponchis”, who has admitted publicly to participating in four beheadings, is being held in an undisclosed location for his protection for 60 days while Mexican authorities decide how to proceed.

Lugo Jimenez sold READ MORE HERE

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Ponchix

“El Ponchis” Edgar’s story started in 1996 in San Diego, where his birth wasn’t greeted with the typical family fanfare. His parents were leading a tumultuous life of drug addiction, alcoholism and domestic violence.

In the months before he was born, his father, David Antonio Jimenez Solis, was jailed for spousal abuse. He later acknowledged to a probation officer that he snorted cocaine daily, smoked marijuana and drank a six-pack of beer each day.

Edgar’s mother, Yolanda Jimenez Lugo, told her probation officer that she suffered from depression and used cocaine to boost her spirits and energy.

When Edgar was born and tested positive for cocaine in the hospital, child welfare workers immediately took him from his mother, along with five of his siblings, and put them in……..READ MORE HERE.

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Posted by on 2010 Dec 03 Filed under CRIME, Criminal Investigation, Drug Cartels, DRUGS, Illegal Drugs Trafficking, Mexico, Newsletter, Security Issues. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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