Friday, December 27, 2013

Cartel Hitman Living In Sacremento For 13 Years Extradited To Mexico To Face Eight Homicide Charges In Sinaloa

Genaro Olaguez-Rendon

The Sinaloa department of justice confirmed that Olaguez-Rendon had been extradited to Mexico on October 4, to face mulitple homicide charges.

By H. Nelson Goodson
December 27, 2013

Sinaloa, Mexico - Genaro Olaguez-Rendon, 53, was extradited on October 4, to Mexico after the U.S. Marshals Service arrested him at a family home at the 2500 block of Grove Ave. in Sacremento, California. The U.S. Marshals Service took Olaguez-Rendon into custody on October 3 after Mexico had requested an extradition order for his arrest in connection with the homicides of eight Sinaloa state officials including a commissioner and resulting with four other officials being injured on May 2, 2000.
After the murders, Olaguez-Rendon fled Mexico and illegally entered the U.S. He worked as a landscaper for almost 13 years in the San Joaquin County using false identities. Olaguez-Rendon was arrested in April for cultivating marijuana and for maintaining several growhouses around Stockton. He spent three months in jail, but was released afterwards due to jail overcrowding. 
Olaguez-Rendon was also wanted on a felony charge for failing to appear at an April court hearing concerning the marijuana growing charges.
He currently has a pending case in San Joaquin County for cultivating marijuana and stealing public utility services to grow marijuana, according to court records.

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