Tuesday, November 22, 2016

AURORA IL - Illegal Beaners Urbano Arellanes, Jose Raul Perez-Pailles and Adolfo Meraz-Renteria BUSTED!!! Federal officials seize 150 pounds of cocaine, 75 pounds of heroin in Aurora

Three Illegal Beaners are in federal custody after federal authorities seized almost 150 pounds of cocaine and 75 pounds of heroin at an Aurora warehouse, according to a criminal complaint filed in U.S. District Court.

Urbano Arellanes, Jose Raul Perez-Pailles and Adolfo Meraz-Renteria face charges and are accused of agreeing to transport and receive "multiple kilograms" of cocaine and heroin at a warehouse in Aurora on the 700 block of Prairie Street, according to an affidavit signed by Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent Lorin C. Folk. They are charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine and heroin, according to federal court documents.

All three defendants appeared Tuesday afternoon before U.S. Magistrate Judge Finnegan in Chicago, and were ordered to remain in federal custody without bond, said Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois Joseph Fitzpatrick. Perez-Pailles waived a detention hearing, but the other two men are scheduled for a hearing at 1 p.m. Dec. 1, Fitzpatrick said.

On Nov. 17, two people arrived at the Aurora warehouse carrying about 70 kilograms of cocaine and 35 kilograms of heroin hidden in compartments of a flatbed tractor trailer, according to the affidavit.

The cocaine and heroin were then removed from the truck and put in another vehicle, from which law enforcement seized the narcotics, the affidavit states.

Federal officials had been tracking the drugs since they arrived in this country from Mexico Nov. 11, according to court documents.

During an inspection after the truck entered Texas, Customs and Border Protection Officers drilled a hole into the side frame of the trailer, and cocaine fell out, according to the affidavit.

On Nov. 14, agents obtained a warrant and installed a GPS device on the trailer to track the vehicle on its trip to Illinois.

At 7:36 a.m. Nov. 17 the truck arrived at the warehouse on Prairie Street in Aurora. Two men got out and unhitched the trailer, then left in the semi-truck, according to the affidavit.

Shortly afterward, a different semi-truck that had already been on the Prairie Street property hooked up to the trailer and backed it into the warehouse.

Agents later saw the truck pull partially out of the warehouse and observed several people unload pallets of bricks from the trailer, placing them outside the warehouse.

Agents found two empty hidden compartments in the trailer, one on each side along the frames of the flatbed. Agents also noted fresh welding marks near the trailer on the warehouse floor.

A red pickup truck with Mexico license plates in the warehouse had a toolbox mounted on its bed with about 100 brick-shaped objects wrapped in duct tape concealed inside, according to the affidavit.

Agents found five additional brick-shaped objects concealed underneath coats in the front passenger seat of the truck and cut open three of them. Two field tested positive for heroin, and one for cocaine, according to the affidavit.

After the search, Arellanes, Perez-Pailles and Meraz-Renteria were arrested and transported to the Aurora Police Department, where they were each interviewed.

According to court documents, Arellanes told officials a Mexican narcotics trafficker had asked him to provide the warehouse for unloading the drugs. He said this was the second time he had received a shipment from the man, according to the affidavit. Arellanes also said the man used the warehouse as a point to package bulk U.S. currency to be smuggled to Mexico, the documents show.

According to the affidavit, Perez-Pailles flew in Nov. 14 in order to oversee the narcotics delivery. Arellanes told authorities Perez-Pailles cut the hidden compartments open and helped unload the narcotics in Aurora, according to the affidavit.

The driver of the truck told agents that Perez-Pailles had told him where to go over the phone. About halfway through the trip from Texas to Illinois, Perez-Pailles allegedly told the driver to go to Aurora instead of his original destination of Belvidere, then to follow a green Toyota that pulled in front of the trailer near the warehouse, according to the affidavit.

Arellanes said Meraz-Renteria was a mechanic at the warehouse and was there to help unload the narcotics in exchange for money, according to the affidavit.

Fitzpatrick declined to answer additional questions while the case is pending.

25 comments:

Anonymous said...

These are all just plants and all were legal in 1910

Anonymous said...

Another reason to expel these third world sub humans.

Anonymous said...

Wait I was told by that nigger Obongo the boys just want a job ????

Anonymous said...

Mexicans and other enemies of America are bringing in loads of heroin to turn our children into useless addicts. Anything that destroys and debases White Americans, while making them lots of money, is a win-win. These people should be lined up against a wall and shot, like the enemy they truely are.

Anonymous said...

No that Trump will be taking power I'm gonna party like it's 1933!

Anonymous said...

It was for personal use.

Anonymous said...

Build Wall.

The Keesing Bandit said...

President The Donald will deport them.

Now, kees me you fool!!!!

Anonymous said...

Tommy Chong wrote a song about Mexicans, it's called " Beaners". Very in depth analysis about the taco species.

Anonymous said...

...but illegal immigration is an Act of Love!

Will Rhambo offer them sanctuary?

Anonymous said...

This is a sanctuary State and they will probably be turned lose.

Out of the car Motherfucker!! said...

That much dope justifies "On the spot execution"

Stop fucking around with these drug dealers!!

3 shots a piece in the head!!

Anonymous said...

WOULD BE WELCOMED IN THAT BEANER INFESTED BARIO THEY CALL GARCIA RIDGE.

Anonymous said...

Kristen Ziman will release them.

stash the polski guy said...

the cartel will bail them out and soon will be found ground up like choriso.

Anonymous said...

Theyre only doing it because the CIA allows them to. Keep your eye on the ball and stop eating the bullshit they feed you. CIA is and always will be king of the "Narco World."

Anonymous said...

I overdosed on marijuana back in 1978 and died. True story

Anonymous said...

Capture, Try, Execute. Repeat.

Anonymous said...

"Mexicans and other enemies of America are bringing in loads of heroin to turn our children into useless addicts. Anything that destroys and debases White Americans, while making them lots of money, is a win-win. These people should be lined up against a wall and shot, like the enemy they truely are."

November 23, 2016 at 2:42 AM

Took the words right out of my mouth. Fuck these people. Our kids are dying every day and many lives are ruined because of these vermin. Line them up and pull a St. Valentines Day on their useless asses.

Anonymous said...

Rahm Emanuel protests - 'These are 3 hardworking individuals who choose this beautiful, welcoming city to get away from the rampage racism they've endured their entire life!' Please show them mercy. I personally vouch for their exemplary work ethic!'

Anonymous said...

Wait !! They are just here to find a job and send money home !

Anonymous said...

Diversity is White genocide.

Anonymous said...

WHERE WILL ALL YOU HONKYS FROM THAT NEIGHBORHOOD CALLED MT. PLYWOOD GET YOUR DRUGS FROM NOW????

Anonymous said...

Indonesia has great drug laws they execute anyone caught with any amount of illegal drugs, by hanging!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Diversity is White genocide.

November 23, 2016 at 8:17 PM

+1,000,000!!!!!!!!!!!!!!