Adriana Meza Torres is the wife of Ovidio Guzmán López. However, she has three daughters with Ovidio Guzmán. It’s not confirmed whether she is involved in these illegal cases.
El Chapo’s second wife, Griselda Lopez Perez, who was arrested in May 2010 for drug smuggling but is no longer in detention, is the mother of Guzmán-Lopez.
Guzmán-Lopez is one of the couple’s four children and three others. In 2008, competing drug dealers shot and killed their eldest son, Edgar, in the parking area of a mall in Culiacan.
Clashes in the Sinaloa region led to the murders of three security agents when the son of the famous Mexican drug lord “El Chapo” was captured.
In Culiacán, Ovidio Guzmán-López was captured and transported to Mexico City. He is regarded as the current leader of the old cartel run by his father.
Gang members invaded a local airport in a rage, halted traffic, and burned automobiles.
Two planes were hit by gunfire, one of which was preparing to take off.
Over 100 flights were canceled at airports in Sinaloa.
The state government reported that eight people were taken to the hospital.
Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmán, his father, is serving a life sentence in the US after being found guilty of drug trafficking and money laundering in 2019.
During his prosecution, several gory facts about the Mexican drug organizations’ operations were made public.
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Defense Minister Sandoval stated that US officials had helped the six-month surveillance campaign to capture Mr. Guzmán-López.
Videos posted on social media show burning buses in Culiacan impeding traffic.
According to Mexican airline Aeromexico, a jet’s cabin was hit by gunfire as it prepared to take off from Culiacán to Mexico City on Thursday morning.
It stated that neither customers nor employees had been hurt. Passengers can be seen slumped over and trembling in their seats in what appears to be a social media video.
When Mr. Guzmán-López was previously held by Mexican security personnel in 2019, the threat of carnage from his supporters led to his release.
He and his brother Joaquin are reportedly in charge of eleven methamphetamine manufacturing plants in Sinaloa that generate 1,300 to 2,200 kilograms (3,000 to 5,000 pounds) of the narcotic each month, according to the United States Department.
For information leading to the apprehension and conviction of Mr. Guzmán-López and three of his brothers, who are thought to have kept their positions of command within the gang, the US provided a reward of up to $5 million (£4.2 million).