DEA Reportedly Put $45 Million Bounty on Men Trafficking Fentanyl in Mexico

According to reports, the DEA launched a campaign in Mexico that offers $45 million in rewards for people who help capture leaders in the Sinaloa cartel, who are reportedly pushing the deadly drug fentanyl.

Wanted posters were put up in different parts of Mexico, including at the Port of Entry in the southern part of San Diego, California. The DEA is offering $15 million for “El Mayo” Garcia, a former partner of El Chapo who is believed to be the current leader of the Sinaloa Cartel. Another $20 million is being offered by the DEA for the capture of Rafael Caro Quintero, who was released in 2013 on a procedural error and has been a fugitive ever since.

The DEA is also reportedly offering $5 million each for the capture of El Chapo’s children—Iván Archivaldo Guzmán and Jesús Alfredo Guzmán Salazar. Take a look above.

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