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[INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] advised that his primary source of cocaine

and marijuana during the 1990/1991 time frame was RAMON GARCIA.

[INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] stated-that GARCIA resided in Imperial Beach, CA, and

was arrested in 1991. [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] advised that he obtained

various quantities of cocaine from Garcia. [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] recalled

one occasion when he received approximately 10 kilograms from

Garcia. [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] stated that he received the one kilogram of

cocaine which he provided to AVILA from GARCIA. [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT]

further advised that he did not know MANUEL ARRANDA.

[INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] advised that in early 1990, RAMON GARCIA

introduced [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] to DIEGO CALERO and GUSTAVO CALERO,

brothers from Cali, Colombia, who were involved in narcotics

trafficking. The CALEROs, in turn, introduced [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] to

OSCAR (Last Name Unknown) (LNU), also known as "EL PROFESSOR," who

was also a drug trafficker. [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] routinely met OSCAR (LNU)

from 1990 through 1995 at a Tijuana automobile repair shop titled

"TALLER EL INDIO ROJO" owned by RAPHAEL TRUJILLO. [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT]

identified OSCAR (LNU) and TRUJILLO as close friends and

associates in the narcotics business.

[INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] described OSCAR (LNU) as a Nicaraguan who

transports large quantities of cocaine and marijuana from Tijuana

to San Diego for further distribution to other areas in the U.S.,

such as Los Angeles and New York. [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] is aware of OSCAR

(LNU) travelling to Colombia and Nicaragua in support of his drug

enterprise. In 1990, OSCAR (LNU) approached [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] regarding

helping transport cocaine and marijuana. [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] declined to

personally transport the drugs for OSCAR (LNU); however,

[INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] introduced OSCAR to two individuals, ANTONIO CEJA and

ALBERTO DIAZ, who then assisted OSCAR (LNU) in moving drugs

across the border on at least ten occasions. [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] recalled

three specific instances when he arranged for CEJA and DIAZ to

assist OSCAR. The first occurred in May, 1995, and [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT]

was paid $2,000. The second occurred in July, 1995, and

[INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] was paid $5,000. The third occurred in October, 1995,

when OSCAR (LNU) approached [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] regarding the movement of

500 kilograms of cocaine. [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] again put OSCAR (LNU) in

contact with CEJA and DIAZ, who did, in fact, transport the 500

kilograms across the border. [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] advised that he has yet

to be paid by OSCAR (LNU) for his participation in the operation.

[INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] described ANTONIO CEJA, also known as TONY,

as a Hispanic male; 6'; slender build; dark hair; dark mustache;

approximately 35 years of age;. married with several children, and

in Colonia, Libertad, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico.

[INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] has been acquainted with CEJA for approximately ten

years.

[INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] described ALBERTO DIAZ as a Hispanic male;

5'10"; medium build; brown, curly hair; approximately 40 years of

age; single, and residing in Colonia, Buena Vista, Tijuana, Baja

California, Mexico. [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] met DIAZ through an individual

identified as "EL GORDO,', a chauffeur for ANTONIO CEJA.

[INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] has known DIAZ for approximately ten years.

[INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] advised that OSCAR (LNU) claims to pay an

Immigration/Customs official at the Calexico Port of Entry to

guarantee safe passage of OSCAR (LNU)'s narcotics loads into the

United States. [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] could not provide any additional

information concerning the alleged official.

[INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] also recalled meeting OSCAR (LNU) at various

locations other than the car repair shop in Tijuana. [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT]

occasionally met OSCAR (LNU) at a shopping center in Chula Vista,

California, and shopping centers in Mission Valley and Old Town,

San Diego, California.

[INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] identified VICTOR LOPEZ as another

individual who also transported narcotics for OSCAR (LNU) and

TRUJILLO. [INFORMATION BLACKED OUT] recalled that LOPEZ transported 300

kilograms of marijuana for OSCAR (LNU) in June/July, 1995.

Castrillon could not provide any additional details regarding

Lopez.