A federal judge based in Puente Grande, Jalisco, ordered the indictment of Moises Gonzalez Anguiano, an operator of the Jalisco Cartel - New Generation (CJNG), for his probable responsibility in the commission of crimes against health, possession of firearms for the exclusive use of the Army, Navy and Air Force, and operations with resources of illicit origin.
Moises Gonzalez Anguiano, El Moy, is considered by federal authorities as "a generator of violence" in the state of Jalisco along with his brother-in-law Saul Alejandro Rincon Godoy, El Chopa, former CJNG leader in Puerto Vallarta.
González Anguiano was arrested on April 22 during an operation by the National Guard and the Army. El Chopa was injured when he confronted the authorities and later died in a Puerto Vallarta hospital.
The Special Prosecutor's Office for Organized Crime (FEMDO), obtained the indictment of El Moy, for which he will be tried for his probable responsibility in the commission of crimes against health, possession of a firearm for the exclusive use of the Army, Navy and Air Force, and operations with resources of illicit origin.
Preliminary investigations indicate that Moises Gonzalez Anguiano, alias El Moy was the one who started the aggressions against National Guard personnel. He was initially identified as the bodyguard of El Chopa, who was also implicated in the murder of the former governor of Jalisco, Aristoteles Sandoval, in December 2020.
Five handguns, two rifles, 123 cartridges, eight magazines, as well as 3,40 thousand dollars, and 6.2 kilograms of methamphetamine were seized from the accused. The federal judge imposed as a precautionary measure official preventive detention in the Social Rehabilitation Center (Cereso) in Puente Grande, Jalisco.