María Teresa Zambada Niebla is the daughter of high prolific drug trafficker Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada García, who is also the leader of the Sinaloa Cartel. María Teresa Zambada Niebla has three sisters and a half brother: Miriam Patricia, Monica del Rosario, Modesta and Vicente, respectively. María Teresa Zambada Niebla owns the children’s stay “The Happy Child”, designated by the US Department of the Treasury as one of the companies used by drug trafficker Ismael “EL Mayo” Zambada , María Teresa Zambada Niebla biological father . also, there are other companies owned by the María Teresa Zambada Niebla sisters , such as: Establo Puerto Rico SA de CV, Jamaro Constructores SA de CV, Multiservicios Jeviz SA de CV.
From the research conducted by the US government, In Mexico, the Attorney General’s Office (PGR) informed that since 2007 it has opened the preliminary investigation 13772007 related to María Teresa Zambada Niebla for the possible commission of crimes for operations carried out by that child stay with resources of alleged illegal origin (money laundering). On the other hand, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the United States Department of the Treasury classified the companies Arte y Diseño de Culiacán, SA de CV, and Autotransportes JYM SA de CV whose owners are María Teresa and Miriam Patricia Zambada Niebla, allegedly as part of the money laundering network.
María Teresa and Modesta Zambada Niebla, two of her daughters, have been identified since 2010 as operators of her father’s money laundering network , with companies such as the Puerto Rico Stable, Jamaro Construcciones, Jeviz Multiservices, Art and Design of Culiacán; and in JYM motor transport
María Teresa Zambada is considered as one of the most beautiful women in Mexican organized crime; However, up to date he has not been proven guilty in any crime.
Throughout the time, the heiress of El Mayo Zambada has shown that she knows how to have a great time with friends and family at luxurious parties, a tradition within the juniors of the Mexican narco.
María Teresa Zambada Niebla Father - Ismael Zambada García History
María Teresa Zambada Niebla A former farmer with extensive agricultural and botanical knowledge, Zambada began his criminal career by smuggling a few kilograms of drugs at the time, then Ismael Zambada increased his gang’s production of both heroin and marijuana while consolidating his position as a notorious trafficker of Colombian cocaine. When drug lord Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo was arrested in 1989, his old organization broke up into two factions: the Tijuana Cartel led by his nephews, the Arellano Félix brothers, and the Sinaloa Cartel, run by former lieutenants Héctor Luis Palma Salazar, Adrián Gómez González, Ismael Zambada García, Ignacio Coronel Villarreal, and Joaquín Guzmán Loera (El Chapo). Ismael Zambada Sinaloa Cartel drug lords were active in all the states of Sinaloa, Durango, Chihuahua, Sonora, Nuevo León, and Michoacán.
In 2006 during the administration of President Felipe Calderon, the presidency launched an offensive against all Mexico’s drug trafficking networks. Also The Arellano Felix Organization (Tijuana Cartel), which is the the largest and most sophisticated of the Mexican cartels at the time, received the brunt of the blows. Then using the advantage of the pressure being placed on the Tijuana Cartel, other drug dealers, most notably Ismael Zambada and Joaquín Guzmán, began to encroach on strongholds in northwestern Mexico, leading to full-scale war.
Ismael Zambada has historically worked together with the Juárez Cartel and the Carrillo Fuentes family, while maintaining independent ties to Colombian cocaine dealers. Zambada has been Mexico’s attorney general’s officewanted list since 1998, when it issued bounties totaling $2.8 million USD on him and five other leaders of the Juárez Cartel.
Zambada head the Sinaloa Cartel together with Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, until 2016 when El Chapo was arrested.
Ismael Zambada García Drug trafficking
María Teresa Zambada Niebla father, Zambada García’s organization, the Sinaloa Cartel, receives multi-ton quantities of cocaine, mostly by sea from Colombian sources. Sinaloa cartel uses a different methods to smuggle drugs, including airplanes, trucks, cars, ships, and tunnels to transport the cocaine to the United States. Members of the cartel smuggle the cocaine to distribution cells in Arizona, California, Chicago, and New York City.
He operates primarily in the States of Sinaloa and Durango, but exerts influence along a large portion of Mexico’s Pacific coast, as well as in Cancun, Quintana Roo, Sonora, Monterrey and Nuevo Leon. Ismael Zambada has been featured on America’s Most Wanted, and the FBI is offering up to US$5 million for information leading to his capture.
On the 20 October 2008, some of Zambada relatives were arrested in Mexico City on drug trafficking charges: Ismael’s brother, knowns as Jesus “The King” Zambada, along with Ismael’s son and nephew. His son, Ismael “El Mayito” Zambada Jr. is currently being sought for conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance in the United States. His other son, Vicente Zambada Niebla, was arrested by the Mexican Army on 18 March 2009.
Ismael Zambada’s wife Rosario Niebla Cardoza, brother Jesús, sons Vicente Zambada-Niebla (alias “el Vicentillo”, arrested), Serafín Zambada-Ortiz (alias “el Sera”, arrested), and Ismael Zambada-Imperial (alias “el Mayito gordo”, arrested), as well as his four daughters, María Teresa, Midiam Patricia, Mónica del Rosario and Modesta play an active role on narcotics’ distribution and money laundering. His son-in-law, Juan Gabriel González Ibarra, husband of Midiam Patricia, died after suffering an electric shock at his home in Culiacán on 18 June 2014.
In the Library of the United States Congress there are records that describe him as “a former farmer with extensive agricultural and botanical knowledge,” who learned how to “hook his business to that of other larger organizations” to get involved in drug trafficking.
From his first links with the groups that dominated the drug business, it is said that he began in adolescence, at age 16 perhaps, protected by two great bosses: Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo, “Don Neto”, and Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo , “The Chief of Chiefs” or “The Godfather”, the two founders of the Guadalajara Cartel, the most important criminal organization in the 80s, to which Rafael Caro Quintero belonged.