The leader of a violent Mexican drug trafficking organization has been charged in a federal drug case, the Department of Justice announced Friday.
Fausto Isidro Meza-Flores, 37, has been charged in a superseding indictment with a conspiracy to distribute cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and marijuana for importation into the United States.
Meza-Flores, also known as “Chapo Isidro,” is believed to currently live in Mexico. He is the leader of the Meza-Flores Transnational Criminal Organization, a major drug trafficking organization based in Sinaloa, Mexico.
A $5 million reward is currently being offered by the FBI for information leading to directly to the arrest and/or conviction of Meza-Flores.