Man said to be godson of ‘El Chapo’ is indicted on drug charges in San Diego

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A man believed to be the godson of Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmán, who turned himself in to U.S. authorities amid a bloody power struggle over the Sinaloa cartel, was indicted on drug smuggling charges in San Diego federal court Monday.

Damaso Lopez Serrano, also known as “Mini Lic”, and an associate identified as Nahum Abraham Sicairos Montalvo, who goes by “Kinceanero,” are accused of doling out pounds of drugs to smugglers and smuggling drugs into the United States themselves from about May 2005 to August 2016.

Court documents don’t specify the exact amount of drugs the two are accused of funneling into the country, but state it was more than a pound of methamphetamine, more than two pounds of heroin and more than 11 pounds of cocaine.

The men are also suspected of laundering money into the United States “with the intent to promote… the distribution of controlled substances,” court records said.


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