The state dropped its charges against Mario de la Fuente Manriquez, but still wants to keep $12 million of Manriquez's dough
You're free to go -- but we'll keep your money.
That's the position of Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard on the failed case of Mario de la Fuente Manriquez, a Mexi ... More >>
Prosecutors moved to dismiss the case today against Mario de la Fuente Mix, the son of a Mexican media tycoon who police accused of participating in a crime ring.
State prosecutors today filed a motion to dismiss their organized-crime case against Mario de la Fuente Mix, the son ... More >>
The roundup of alleged crime ring members we told you about on Thursday also snared Mario de la Fuente Manríquez, a Mexican media mogul who owns cable TV companies, a Nogales, Sonora TV station and newspaper.
Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon, Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard, and police officials ar ... More >>
An alleged crime ring tied to local nightclubs, high-end car dealerships and the hip-hop community used millions in cash from a Mexico media family -- but authorities don't know why.
With officials including Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon in attendance, police outlined the highlights ... More >>
Three people have been arrested and accused of bilking a bank of $750,000 and running a network of shady businesses with the infusion of millions of dollars of capital from Mexico.The crimes spanned the last decade and included businesses that would be familiar to many readers, including:* CBNC, the ... More >>