Mexican organized crime now recruits U.S. citizens to smuggle drugs into the United States since they are not restricted at border crossings.
A person outside the structure of a cartel who traffics drugs independently for different groups and obtains a percentage of the profits.
Their function is to receive a shipment of drugs from a certain criminal group and take it under their responsibility and deliver it to a certain city in the United States. In some cases, they are American citizens, but they are people who are already dedicated to this type of drug activity.
Broker-dealers began to rise in numbers in mid-2020, as Chihuahua officials arrested Americans with considerable amounts of drugs, mainly synthetic drugs such as fentanyl and crystal meth.