José N, alias El Chueco, has a migration alert to prevent him from leaving the country and facing the authorities for the alleged murder of 3 people in Chihuahua
Through a statement, the National Migration Institute (INM) reported that at the request of the Attorney General of the State of Chihuahua, a migration alert was issued in the name of José “N”, alias El Chueco, allegedly responsible for the murder of two priests. Jesuits.
This indicates that his objective is to prevent him from evading justice as he is accused of various crimes, including the murder of three people in Cerocahui, Chihuahua.
In this sense, they added that the respective authorities will be verified and informed immediately about the entry-exit movements of the aforementioned person, through the 194 international transit points of the Mexican territory, air, sea and land.
It was the local Prosecutor’s Office itself who pointed out as the alleged perpetrator a man identified as José Noriel Portillo, also known in the criminal world as El Chueco, and who allegedly heads a cell of the criminal group Gente Nueva, the armed wing of the Sinaloa Cartel in the entity.
Gente Nueva is the armed force that has been dedicated to counteracting, combating and destroying the influence of the Juárez Cartel in the northwest of the country since its formation in 1995, then led by a subject identified as El Profe.
He is currently considered one of the main targets of the Mexican authorities, as they related him to different high-impact crimes, including the recent seizure of 26 million pesos, long weapons, drugs and vehicles in Urique, where the Jesuits were murdered.
Among other violent scenes where he could be identified, he highlighted the alleged murder of an American tourist named Patrick Braxton Andrew, murdered in 2018, who would have been mistaken for a DEA agent.
In addition, he was involved in the recent death of the activist Cruz Soto Caraveo, a member of the Collective of Forcibly Displaced Families of the Sierra Tarahumara, whose murder was recorded in October 2019, according to The Herald of Chihuahua.