Man is kidnapped in broad daylight in one of Mexico’s most safest neighborhoods


Shocking moment man is kidnapped in broad daylight one of Mexico’s safest neighborhoods in an attack ‘ordered by one of the FBI’s most wanted fugitives’

  • Video recorded by a bystander shows Rolando García being abducted Monday 
  • The incident reportedly occurred outside García’s home in Nuevo León, Mexico 
  • The 31-year-old was kidnapped in San Pedro Garza Garcia, one of the safest and most affluent cities in the country
  • Local outlets reported that the abduction may have been ordered by José Villareal, who is on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list
  • Villareal is identified as a high-ranking member of the Beltrán-Leyva Organization
  • He allegedly plotted the ‘murder-for-hire’ of Mexican lawyer Juan Jesús Guerrero on May 22, 2013 outside a shopping center in Southlake, Texas 

This is the shocking moment a 31-year-old man was beaten and  kidnapped in broad daylight outside his apartment in one of Mexico’s safest and affluent cities, in an attack that police believe was orchestrated by one of the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives.

Footage shot by a bystander shows a group of armed men beating Rolando García while he repeatedly shouted ‘help’ in the middle of a street in San Pedro Garza Garcia, a municipality in the northeastern state of Nuevo León, on Monday afternoon. 

A masked man continuously hit García in the back of his head before he fell to the ground and was eventually shoved inside a Volkswagen Jetta. 

A separate shows the VW Jetta and a Nissan Sentra racing down the normally quiet street before disappearing.

As of Wednesday, García’s whereabouts were unknown. 

A resident in the Nuevo León, Mexico, municipality of San Pedro Garza García recorded the moment Rolando García was kidnapped by a group of armed men outside his apartment building on Monday. Authorities did not reveal a motive for the incident but police sources have told local outlets that the abduction could have been ordered by José Villareal, who is wanted by the FBI for ordering the 2013 assassination of Mexican lawyer in Southlake, Texas

A resident in the Nuevo León, Mexico, municipality of San Pedro Garza García recorded the moment Rolando García was kidnapped by a group of armed men outside his apartment building on Monday. Authorities did not reveal a motive for the incident but police sources have told local outlets that the abduction could have been ordered by José Villareal, who is wanted by the FBI for ordering the 2013 assassination of Mexican lawyer in Southlake, Texas

Armed men are filmed forcing Rolando García into a vehicle in broad daylight as he screamed for help outside his apartment in in the San Pedro Garza Garcia neighborhood of Valle de San Ángel, home to most of the richest families in Mexico and American diplomats assigned to Monterrey, the capital of Nuevo León

Armed men are filmed forcing Rolando García into a vehicle in broad daylight as he screamed for help outside his apartment in in the San Pedro Garza Garcia neighborhood of Valle de San Ángel, home to most of the richest families in Mexico and American diplomats assigned to Monterrey, the capital of Nuevo León

The incident shocked resident in the San Pedro Garza Garcia neighborhood of Valle de San Ángel, home to most of the richest families in Mexico and American diplomats assigned to Monterrey, the capital of Nuevo León. 

According to Nuevo León State Attorney General’s office, the San Pedro Garza Garcia only reported 1% of crimes were committed in the state in 2020.

Local media outlets learned through police sources close to the investigation that the abduction could have been ordered by José Villareal. 

The U.S. Department of State has issued a $1 million reward for the arrest of José Villarreal, a top ranking official of the Beltran-Leyva Organization Drug Cartel. Police sources have linked him to the abduction of Rolando García on Monday in Nuevo León, Mexico

The U.S. Department of State has issued a $1 million reward for the arrest of José Villarreal, a top ranking official of the Beltran-Leyva Organization Drug Cartel. Police sources have linked him to the abduction of Rolando García on Monday in Nuevo León, Mexico

Armed men are seen on video struggling to force Rolando García inside a Volkswagen Jetta

Armed men are seen on video struggling to force Rolando García inside a Volkswagen Jetta 

The U.S. Department of State is offering a $1million reward for information leading to the 43-year-old’s arrest and/or conviction for his role in May 23, 2013 murder of Mexican lawyer Juan Jesús Guerrero in Southlake, Texas.

Villareal, who is accused by the FBI of overseeing the San Pedro Garza Garcia and Monterrey drug trade territories for the Beltran-Leyva Organization [BLO] Drug Cartel, reportedly planned Guerrero’s assassination for two years.

Officials say the assassination of Guerrero, who was a defense attorney for the Gulf Cartel and later became a U.S. informant, was in response to the murder of Villarreal’s dad.

Guerrero was sitting on the passenger side of his Range Roger and was shot by a masked man while the lawyer’s wife was loading bags into the SUV. She was not injured in the attack.  

A suspect runs to his escape vehicle (top) moments after he and a group of armed men abducted a man and forced him into a second car (bottom)

A suspect runs to his escape vehicle (top) moments after he and a group of armed men abducted a man and forced him into a second car (bottom)

A Texas court landed convictions on three men in 2016 and federal authorities in Texas took Villarreal’s brother, Ramón Villarreal Hernández, into custody in 2020 following his extradition from Mexico, where he had been under arrest since 2018. 

José Villareal was reportedly in charge of shipping cocaine and marijuana to the United States. 

Beltran-Leyva Organization [BLO] Drug Cartel at one time was considered one of the most powerful criminal organizations in Mexico due to its alliance with Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán’s Sinaloa Cartel before the two factions had a falling out in 2008.

The BLO blamed El Chapo for the January 2008 apprehension of Alfredo Beltrán Leyva, the organization’s founder. 



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