The ramifications of Nino Come Mezcla’s network involved in Operation Falcon IV

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Operation Halcón IV, launched last Tuesday against different organized crime structures, has uncovered Pandora’s box, which every day brings to light new key figures in the investigations that have been operating in the country for a long time.

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With the deployment of Halcón IV, the name of Joel Ambioris Pimentel García, better known as “La J,” immediately became popular among citizens for appearing as the head of a criminal network that controls the country’s new prison system, leaving in the background José Hamilton Ureña, also persecuted, alias “Nino Come Mezcla.”
“Nino Come Mezcla,” as he is known, is pointed out as the head of a dangerous criminal group of equal or greater scope than that of “La J.”

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According to data from the Public Ministry, the network above had at least 21 members, of which 11 had direct contact with “Nino Come Mezcla.”

The ramifications of the alleged ringleader’s network were spread throughout the country’s northern region, with its epicenter in Santiago.

ORGANIZATION CHART

In the organization chart of the conglomerate, Ureña appears in command of the troop, followed by his brothers and right-hand man Brayan Rafael and Carlos Erik Abreu Ureña, the relatives, in addition to being trusted men, also appear as partners of the alleged criminal.

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