“Alfredillo”, brother of Ovidio Guzmán and son of “El Chapo” lived in Colombia.
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“Alfredillo”, brother of Ovidio Guzmán and son of “El Chapo”, is remembered in Colombia and specifically in Medellín because in 2018 it was learned that for several months he lived in luxurious apartments in Envigado, south of the Aburrá Valley and El Poblado, one of the most exclusive sectors of the town.
In December 2021, the US State Department offered up to $5 million in reward for information leading to the capture of “Alfredillo.” According to his file, he lives in Culiacán and has brown eyes and hair.
“He is a senior member of the Sinaloa cartel and the son of its former leader, Joaquín Guzmán Loera. Law enforcement investigations indicate that Guzmán Salazar, along with his brother, Iván Archivaldo, provide significant operational assistance to their father, including the coordination of the transportation of narcotics from South and Central America to Mexico, their transportation within the United States, and the wholesale distribution of the drug to consumers in the United States,” reads the report published by the US government.
In addition, he points out that after the arrest of El Chapo, the Guzmán Salazar brothers have increased their power within the Cartel. “They have expanded their business with sophisticated fentanyl laboratories in Culiacán, Mexico, and have expanded their transportation operations using maritime and air means, as well as tunnels and border crossings,” he points out.
“Alfredillo” was accused of drug trafficking
In February 2016, a Northern District Court of Illinois accused Guzmán Salazar of drug trafficking crimes. And in 2018 he was included in the list of the 10 most wanted fugitives by the DEA. Nevertheless, so far, ‘Alfredillo’ has not been captured by the authorities and it is presumed that he lives in Culiacán.
For its part, “La Tarreza” is currently a powerful military line, “it is the strongest muscle of the minority line of “La Oficina”, which has been recognized by the authorities,” Quijano said and added: “But ‘La Terraza’ also has several groups, it is said that there are about three or four chiefs.”