02 / November / 2015 (LF) The Interior Ministry said 34 municipalities of Jalisco in "extraordinary emergency", 10 in Colima and twelve in Nayarit, municipalities that were affected by Hurricane Patricia, 23 and 24 October.
The Interior Ministry declared an emergency for Autlan, Ayutla, Cihuatlan, Cuautla, Cuautitlán de García Barragán, lemon, Ejutla, Cranbrook, Juchitlán, La Huerta, San Gabriel, Tenamaxtlán, Toliman, Tomatlan, Tonaya, Tuxcacuesco, Union of Tula, Zapotitlán Vadillo and 16 more municipalities in Jalisco. In Colima emergency it was declared in 10 municipalities and in Nayarit, is emergency in 12 municipalities.
With this declaration, the affected municipalities will receive resources from the Fund for Emergency Response and that immediate help to meet the nutritional needs, shelter and health of the affected population.
The Attorney General's Office (PGR) said one hotel in the town of La Cruz de Loreto , municipality of Tomatlan, Jalisco is listed in the Treasury of the United States as one of the companies the criminal organization Los Cuinis uses to launder money and have their meetings.
The Hotelito is identified as a boutique hotel located in Tomatlan, Jalisco which is marketed to wealthy tourists seeking seclusion in a pristine environment. It also uses the front of being a turtle sanctuary which it may be.
Los Cuinis: The Wealthiest Narcos You Never Heard Of MEXICO CITY – A hotel in Jalisco, a state in western Mexico, used to launder money and as a meeting place for drug traffickers has been seized, the Attorney General’s Office said. The Hotelito Desconocido was being used as a business enterprise to move funds through the financial system, the AG’s office said. The hotel is in La Cruz de Loreto, a town outside the city of Tomatlan. Hotelito Desconocido offered temporary housing, food and other services.
The property was seized in response to a request from the Finance and Public Credit Secretariat, and as part of an intelligence-sharing operation with the United States, the AG’s office said.
Jalisco is in west-central Mexico and its capital is Guadalajara. The Sierra Madre Occidental mountain range traverses the state, separating the Pacific coast from a high plateau region. The Sierra Madre region is largely volcanic, and earthquakes are frequent. The state's many lakes include Chapala, Mexico's largest.