In a very very violent city in Mexico comes some good news.
Authorities on Saturday arrested Arturo Gallegos Castrellon, a notorious drug gang leader, who has confessed to ordering most killings in the the border city of Ciudad Juárez since August 2009, the New York Times reports.  The killings include the drive-by shootings of a U.S. consular employee and her husband, the Times reported, attributing the information to Mexico’s federal police.
Authorities said that Castrellon,32, is the alleged leader of criminal organization ‘Los Aztecas’ in Mexico, the Times reported.
Castrellón, 32, was arrested along with two other gang leaders in a Juárez neighborhood, the New York Times reported.
“He is in charge of the whole organization of Los Aztecas in Ciudad Juárez,” Mr. Cárdenas told reporters at a news conference in Mexico City, the Times reported “All the instructions for the murders committed in Ciudad Juárez pass through him.”
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