Whittier couple among 9 arrested in drug trafficking sweep

Full story: Whittier Daily News

Federal and local officials seized about $750,000 and arrested nine members of an organized crime ring that trafficked cocaine and methamphetamine from Mexico into the country, Whittier police said Thursday.

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Jan 4, 2009
 
Mrs Morales wrote:
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Oh and by the way.... I saw both those losers in court, and did they ever look like a bunch of sorry fools. Sendis..say goodbye to your children for a very llllllllloooooooonnnnggg time.
Your the looser if you have nothing better to do with you time then sit in court and see the so called neigbors you so much wanted away from you.
The last time I checked the trial hasn't even started so what makes you so sure they'll be locked up for such a long time?
Even if they do serve time what makes you think they'll never see their children again.
The state does a great deal to ensure children maintain contact and relationships with their parents.
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#225
Jan 4, 2009
 
reserve - i believe your another big b1tch like the rest of the sendis'...and their chunte a##hole mexican low life , no good for nothing, cant get a job relatives...are you one of them?
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Jan 5, 2009
 
MAMA DE SENDIS ES PUTA1 wrote:
The DEA promised me the Land Rover!
shut the f****up your just a sorry ass hater that never had anything by the way my family is getting out punk sooner than you know
Morales newphew

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Jan 6, 2009
 
Hey big sh1t talker - why dont you put up your hood or name. I will be waiting for you -to see what your all about. all i hear is b1tch and b1tch coming from your mouth but i see no balls - no action. I think your the big b1tch. put up your name and where you stay and i will be personally be paying you a visit...pinche chavla
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#233
Jan 6, 2009
 
DIAMOND GIRL wrote:
To everyone that commented bad about them, either knowing them or not. Unlike many of us, questions weren't asked & it just wasn't none of our business! I can tell u one thing! They are the KINDEST & CARING people I know & never GREEDY!!!
ONLY GOD CAN JUDGE!!!
I'm praying for you guys....much love & respect!!!
How is putting drugs in our kids or better yet, around her OWN kids hands being "kind and caring" and trust me, if it was money that I didn't earn, I wouldn't be greedy either!!! dumb a$$!
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Reserve wrote:
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Your the looser if you have nothing better to do with you time then sit in court and see the so called neigbors you so much wanted away from you.
The last time I checked the trial hasn't even started so what makes you so sure they'll be locked up for such a long time?
Even if they do serve time what makes you think they'll never see their children again.
The state does a great deal to ensure children maintain contact and relationships with their parents.
You must be related to the sendis because you are just as stupid as they are....The state does not maintain any relationship with anyone in jail. Convicts don't get any special treatment. You mean visitation behind a glass, if you call that maintain contact and building a relationship you're an idiot.
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Jan 7, 2009
 
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shut the f****up your just a sorry **** hater that never had anything by the way my family is getting out punk sooner than you know
I've spoken directely with each of their attorney's and their looking at a very long stay in club med behind bars. HAHAHAHAHA
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Jan 7, 2009
 
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b**** you better watch what you say cause i have my eye on you. so be careful where you walk with your dog cause when i see you im goonna tear your face up b***ch so keep your f*** mouth shut b***tch
Well for starters you big talker, blow it out of your azz. I have lived in the same house for over 20yrs sweetheart and you do not scare me at all. In fact, you are all take no bite. You sound as smart as the other two losers in fact it probably won't be long until you share a cell next to either one of them.

As for keeping you eye on me. Hahahahaha, you should keep an eye on their children. Make sure they don't end up down the same road their parents did. Especially if Nicolas's or Jen's mother is watching over them. Their losers too, for raising such criminals.
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Jan 7, 2009
 
Morales newphew wrote:
Hey big sh1t talker - why dont you put up your hood or name. I will be waiting for you -to see what your all about. all i hear is **** and **** coming from your mouth but i see no balls - no action. I think your the big ****. put up your name and where you stay and i will be personally be paying you a visit...pinche chavla
Gracias hijo.
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You must be related to the sendis because you are just as stupid as they are....The state does not maintain any relationship with anyone in jail. Convicts don't get any special treatment. You mean visitation behind a glass, if you call that maintain contact and building a relationship you're an idiot.
Try visiting a Federal Prison before you make your comments. They don't have glass windows with phones in FED! Why do you think they conduct back round checks on people before they you can visit.
Your the idiot you think you know everything.
For your information yes the kids will be able to viist and touch, hug and tell their parents how much they love them!
Why don't you ask the Feds yourself or the DEA, you seem to know them so well.
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I've spoken directely with each of their attorney's and their looking at a very long stay in club med behind bars. HAHAHAHAHA
I doubt it. If you are just a neighbor, the lawyers can not talk to you. It breeches client confidentiality and if they talking to you, they are telling you that just so you will leave them alone. They can not discuss an open case.
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I've spoken directely with each of their attorney's and their looking at a very long stay in club med behind bars. HAHAHAHAHA
I DOUBT that!
Say what you want MR Neighborhood watch, besides if you have license plates,pictures and your a so called witness of what went on; why would the Defense Attorney's speak to you?
Get back to watching your neigborhood and leave the Sendis family alone.
You have no idea what your saying.
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An Article in case you not read it. Oh and by the way I am mentioned in the article...
WHITTIER - Making deals in carwashes, fast food restaurants and behind stores, a South Whittier couple was part of a group that delivered cocaine and methamphetamine from Mexico all over the United States, according to officials and documents.A recently unsealed federal indictment reveals details of how the Cuevas-Mares drug trafficking organization operated. A federal grand jury indicted 18 alleged members of the group in June.
The group spread the drugs to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Detroit, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, and Dodge City, Kan., according to Whittier police, who developed the information that sparked a two-year investigation.Cuevas-Mares members ferried drugs and money from transactions in their cars. They made deals in fast food restaurants, a carwash and behind stores in Whittier, Corona, Martinez, Pinole and Pittsburg, Calif.They allegedly hid their loot by depositing it in bank accounts, wiring the money overseas and buying vehicles and other items.
The Drug Enforcement Administration and other agencies investigated the organization. By December, they had arrested 32 people, seized several vehicles and confiscated 300 kilograms of cocaine, 160 pounds of meth and $3 million.
DEA spokeswoman Sarah Pullen said her agency still is investigating the source of the drugs in Mexico and is looking for other suspects.
The investigation used surveillance and informants.One informant posing as a buyer approached Whittier resident Nicolas Sendis, who allegedly agreed to sell meth and meet at a McDonald's in Whittier on Jan. 5, 2007, and a carwash in Whittier on Jan. 25, 2007, to complete the deals.Sendis and his wife, Jennifer, were among the 32 arrested as a result of the investigation.
The indictment claims Rogelio Carrillo-Verduzco and others supplied the drugs to the group's leader, Jose Cuevas-Mares, who then allegedly gave the coke and meth to Nicolas Sendis and others for distribution.
Others helped disperse the drugs, delivered the goods and the money, authorities said.
Jennifer Sendis and Rafael Villareal allegedly assisted Nicolas Sendis in distributing the drugs. The indictment alleges Jennifer Sendis took drugs from a location where they were stashed and delivered it to buyers and other distributors.
Cuevas-Mares and the Sendises were arraigned Monday in federal court. Cuevas-Mares and Nicolas Sendis pleaded not guilty to charges of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute cocaine and meth, possession with intent to distribute and distribution of cocaine and meth, conspiracy to launder monetary instruments and criminal forfeiture.
Jennifer Sendis pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute the two drugs, conspiracy to launder monetary instruments and criminal forfeiture.
All three remain in custody.
The DEA started its investigation into the Cuevas-Mares group in March 2007.
"Whittier police brought us information. I can't get into that," Pullen said.
Sgt. Michael Przybyl of the Whittier Narcotics Bureau said they developed information in 2006 from a variety of sources that eventually led to the investigation of the Cuevas-Mares group. He declined to elaborate.
He said investigators realized this was something bigger and contacted the DEA.
No one came to the door of the Sendises' house on Loma Drive in the unincorporated county area of South Whittier on Thursday. A pit bull barked from behind a fence which had two "Beware the dog" signs.
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2nd half of article....Several neighbors said the Sendises kept to themselves. They said they were shocked the police were in their neighborhood the morning of Dec. 1.
The Sendises' driveway was empty. A neighbor who asked that her name not be used said the police used tow trucks to haul vehicles from the house last week.
She said she noticed men visiting the house in Hummers, BMWs and motorcycles.
She said the Sendises had dirt bikes, sedans and little motorized cars children can ride.
"They had nice stuff. It seemed like they were getting new stuff every month," she said.
She thought the couple were in real estate or did loans.
P.s I am the neighbor.
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#245
Jan 8, 2009
 
Your funny! Just because your mentioned in the Article doesn't mean the Sendis Attorney's are going to tell you what's going on much less how much time their going to do.
You changed the subject completely, but like I said before go back to watching your nieghborhood we all know your the nieghbor.
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Mrs Morales wrote:
An Article in case you not read it. Oh and by the way I am mentioned in the article...
WHITTIER - Making deals in carwashes, fast food restaurants and behind stores, a South Whittier couple was part of a group that delivered cocaine and methamphetamine from Mexico all over the United States, according to officials and documents.A recently unsealed federal indictment reveals details of how the Cuevas-Mares drug trafficking organization operated. A federal grand jury indicted 18 alleged members of the group in June.
The group spread the drugs to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Detroit, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, and Dodge City, Kan., according to Whittier police, who developed the information that sparked a two-year investigation.Cuevas-Mares members ferried drugs and money from transactions in their cars. They made deals in fast food restaurants, a carwash and behind stores in Whittier, Corona, Martinez, Pinole and Pittsburg, Calif.They allegedly hid their loot by depositing it in bank accounts, wiring the money overseas and buying vehicles and other items.
The Drug Enforcement Administration and other agencies investigated the organization. By December, they had arrested 32 people, seized several vehicles and confiscated 300 kilograms of cocaine, 160 pounds of meth and $3 million.
DEA spokeswoman Sarah Pullen said her agency still is investigating the source of the drugs in Mexico and is looking for other suspects.
The investigation used surveillance and informants.One informant posing as a buyer approached Whittier resident Nicolas Sendis, who allegedly agreed to sell meth and meet at a McDonald's in Whittier on Jan. 5, 2007, and a carwash in Whittier on Jan. 25, 2007, to complete the deals.Sendis and his wife, Jennifer, were among the 32 arrested as a result of the investigation.
The indictment claims Rogelio Carrillo-Verduzco and others supplied the drugs to the group's leader, Jose Cuevas-Mares, who then allegedly gave the coke and meth to Nicolas Sendis and others for distribution.
Others helped disperse the drugs, delivered the goods and the money, authorities said.
Jennifer Sendis and Rafael Villareal allegedly assisted Nicolas Sendis in distributing the drugs. The indictment alleges Jennifer Sendis took drugs from a location where they were stashed and delivered it to buyers and other distributors.
Cuevas-Mares and the Sendises were arraigned Monday in federal court. Cuevas-Mares and Nicolas Sendis pleaded not guilty to charges of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute cocaine and meth, possession with intent to distribute and distribution of cocaine and meth, conspiracy to launder monetary instruments and criminal forfeiture.
Jennifer Sendis pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute the two drugs, conspiracy to launder monetary instruments and criminal forfeiture.
All three remain in custody.
The DEA started its investigation into the Cuevas-Mares group in March 2007.
"Whittier police brought us information. I can't get into that," Pullen said.
Sgt. Michael Przybyl of the Whittier Narcotics Bureau said they developed information in 2006 from a variety of sources that eventually led to the investigation of the Cuevas-Mares group. He declined to elaborate.
He said investigators realized this was something bigger and contacted the DEA.
No one came to the door of the Sendises' house on Loma Drive in the unincorporated county area of South Whittier on Thursday. A pit bull barked from behind a fence which had two "Beware the dog" signs.
If what you say about the amount of drugs, these people may do life without the possibility of parole. I too have been a witness in a large meth distributor case. He had about 300 lbs. of meth when he was caught. The feds do not mess around, if you get 10 years you will serve 10 years without a doubt.
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Ive been hired to represent these w3tbacks and chuntes with drug proceeds and will do my best to bullsh1t the Judge and the United State people. I just want to tell everyone that the Sendis are very stupid, uneducated, and idiots. If they dont take the sweet deal of getting a finger in the culo, they are going to go away for a long long time. I will ask the judge to be cool and not ship the entire mojado family to a hick state like Tennessee. The best I can do is maybe Alaska. That's a promise. After the trial, I am going to take a nice European Vacation, paid for with dirty drug money. You cant beat the American system - you can get rich off low life ghetto trash people's actions. I LOVE IT
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#248
Jan 8, 2009
 
you CALL YOUR SELF A LAWYER PINCHE PENDOJO YOU WISH!!!!
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#249
Jan 8, 2009
 
MRS MORALES I THINK YOU SELL DRUGS YOU BITCH!!!!!
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Jan 8, 2009
 
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MRS MORALES I THINK YOU SELL DRUGS YOU ****!!!!!
Yeah right...Keep your day job. Im helping put keep those 2 jailbirds where they are. Im going to see to it the Feds throw the key away.

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