Yesterday the Attorney General's Office announced the arrest of the subjects and the operation carried out in Puerto Vallarta on August 14 in different parts of the city. It was said that through the Special Prosecutor's Office for Organized Crime (FEMDO), 10 people were brought to trial for crimes against health, possession of firearms and possession of magazines for the exclusive use of the Armed Forces.

On August 14, 2021, ministerial personnel accompanied by members of the National Guard (GN) and the Secretariat of the Navy-Mexican Navy (SEMAR) executed search warrants in properties located in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. Gerardo "V", María "D", María "G", Violeta "R", Valeria "G", Rosalba "O", María "C", María "V" were arrested. The property, 3.2 kilos of cocaine, 2.1 kilos of phenacetin, 68.8 grams of marijuana and 9.7 kilos of methamphetamine were seized.

At the time of executing the search of one of the properties, they noticed two armed individuals outside the adjoining property, who upon seeing the presence of the officers pointed their weapons, so they were detained by members of the National Guard, securing a vehicle, two long rifle type firearms with a loaded magazine, 178 cartridges for firearms, seven magazines and 6.7 kilograms of methamphetamine.

Subsequently, in an initial hearing, the Control Judge of the Federal Criminal Justice Center in Jalisco with headquarters in Puente Grande, sent Carlo "H" and José "C" to trial for their probable responsibility in the crimes against health for the sale of methamphetamine, possession of firearms and possession of magazines for the exclusive use of the Army, Navy and Air Force; they were placed in the men's CERESO of Puente Grande Jalisco, and were granted three months of complementary investigation.

Likewise, in continuation of the initial hearing, the same Judge of Control mentioned above sentenced Gerardo "V", María "D", María "G", Violeta "R", Valeria "G", Rosalba "O", María "C", and María "V", for being probably responsible of the crime against health with the purpose of selling cocaine, methamphetamine hydrochloride and marijuana. The precautionary measure of official pre-trial detention in the Women's and Men's Rehabilitation Center in Puente Grande, Jalisco, was ratified, and three months of complementary investigation were granted.