Rewards Offered for Members of Arellano-Felix Organization

Rewards Offered for Members of Arellano-Felix Organization
Information sought on dangerous Mexican trafficking ring

In July 2003, members of the Arellano-Felix Organization (AFO) were indicted for conducting the affairs of an illegal enterprise through a pattern of racketeering activity (RICO), conspiracy to import and distribute cocaine and marijuana, and money laundering. After a request by the Drug Enforcement Administration, the U.S. Department of State issued the following rewards for the defendants charged in the indictment who remain at large:

Manuel Aguirre-Galindo
(Captured 2013)
Eduardo Arellano-Felix
(Captured October 2008)
Javier Arellano-Felix
(Captured 2006)
Efrain Perez
(Captured June 2004 – Reward Paid)
Jorge Aureliano-Felix
(Captured June 2004 – Reward Paid)
Gustavo Rivera-Martinez
(Captured March 2008)
Gilberto Higuera-Guerrero
(Captured August 2004 – Reward Paid)

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