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This is what the luxurious house in which Ovidio Guzmán was captured during the Culiacanazo looks like

This is what the house where Ovidio Guzmán was captured for the first time looks like.

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The Mexican authorities recaptured on Thursday, January 5, a Ovid Guzmanson of drug trafficker Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán and Mrs. Griselda Lopezconsidered one of the priority objectives of the government headed by President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.

This was the second time that he has been captured in this six-year term, however, in the previous one, which occurred on October 17, 2019 and known as culiacanazohe was released on the grounds that the population was being endangered by the wave of violence and chaos that caused his arrest.

On that occasion, the drug lord was in a mansion located at number 2403 José Muro Pico streetin the exclusive subdivision of Los Cisnes, in Culiacán, Sinaloa.

The residence, which today looks uninhabited and was not seized by the authorities, is distributed over two floors, has a roof garden area, as well as a covered and uncovered garage, as can be seen in the images below. street foot

The luxurious property is located next to two vacant lots, the Humaya River and very close to the Banorte Stadium, the home of the Dorados de Sinaloa, a team that plays in the Promotion League and that for a time was led by the late Diego Armando Maradona.

The subdivision is considered by several residents of the area as a lawless place, assuring that several of the properties look more like safe houses or refuges for drug traffickers’ couples. Although they also point out that businessmen, former public officials and active officials live there.

The price of the houses ranges from $105,000 to $260,000 dollarsdepending on the size and the luxuries you have.

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