Those arrested people were apparently involved in the transport of narcotics from the departments of Cauca, Valle del Cauca and Huila to later be distributed in different localities of the main city of the country and some municipalities of Cundinamarca.

The Attorney General´s Office prosecuted 13 people, alleged members of the criminal group ‘Los Compas’, which was involved in the transportation of narcotics from the departments of Cauca, Valle del Cauca, and Huila to Bogotá where it was later distributed.

It was established that the drugs were allegedly sold in the municipalities of Soacha, Funza, Zipaquirá, Gachancipá, and Tocancipá in Cundinamarca.

According to the investigation carried out by a prosecutor from the unit – Unidad de Estructura de Apoyo,- with the support of the Judicial Police of the Unit – Unidad Básica de Investigación Criminal (Ubic) Dipro Mebog – this criminal group apparently used trailer trucks to hide the substances that were camouflaged among legal cargo to evade National Police controls.

Alias ​​Caqueteño, Cucho or Jhon, who, apparently, served as the leader of the criminal structure, was allegedly in charge of managing, directing, and coordinating the transport of drugs from the Department of Cauca, Cali (Valle del Cauca) to different towns of the main city of the country.

It was possible to establish that, presumably, this organization coordinated the shipment of narcotics to countries such as Mexico, Canada, France, among others.

In an operation carried out in the morning of November 12, 2021, arrest warrants were carried out: Jhon Edison Jiménez Lozada, alias Caqueteño, Cucho or Jhon; Marleny Calderón Peña, alias Marleny; Nini Yulieth Barrera Giraldo, alias Nini; Félix Arturo Mejía Zamora, alias Félix or Negro; Carlos Eduardo Cervera Garzón, alias Carlos; Ferney Bahos Guaca, alias Indio; José Arbey Giraldo Correa, alias Paisa; Dora Lilia Suarez, alias Dora and Cruz Enelia Melo, alias Vicky.

However, during the investigation, John Jairo Sarmiento Acero, alias J; Julián Andrey Quintero Romero, alias Andrey; Yhon Alexander Ramírez Castilla, alias Taxistas and Javier Alonso Lozada, alias Gafas were arrested.

One of the home searches was carried out in a commercial establishment located in the Santa Fe neighborhood, which was administered by alias Paisa.

The Attorney General´s  Office charged the defendants with conspiracy to commit a crime; trafficking, manufacture or possession of drugs and manufacture, trafficking,  or possession of firearms, accessories, parts or ammunition.

Judges issued prison sentences against these thirteen people.

In a first operation that was carried out in October 2020, prison sentences were issued against another 25 people belonging to this criminal organization, which was known at the time as ‘Mai Mai’. The Attorney General´s Office prosecuted them for the commercialization of narcotics in Kennedy. They were also prosecuted for the crimes of environmental damage, extortion, kidnapping, and invasion of land.

When we speak, results follow.

The information contained in this press release corresponds to the narration of the objective news provided by the officials in charge of carrying out the criminal investigations within the Office of the Attorney General. By the time this communication is disclosed, the legal status of the people mentioned is still pending to be resolved by the competent judicial authority, always under the presumption of innocence contemplated by Article 29 of the Political Constitution and Article 7 of Law 906 of 2004.