Federal prosecutors have arrested and indicted a number of foreign nationals associated with the “Lopez Crime Family” transnational criminal organization whom they allege had been operating an illegal alien smuggling business across New Mexico, Arizona, and California.
Last week, prosecutors announced that ten foreign nationals had been indicted by a federal grand jury, and six others were arrested as part of a two-year investigation into the Lopez Crime Family.
According to the indictment, 45-year-old Ronaldo Galindo Lopez-Escobar of Guatemala and his sister, 38-year-old Rosa Adriana Lopez-Escobar, led the Lopez Crime Family’s criminal operation where illegal aliens were smuggled across the United States-Mexico border and transported to the nation’s interior.
Border Report noted details from the indictment:
The indictment alleges that Uncle Roni coordinated the…