2 Dallas Officers Helped Nightclub Magnate Who Laundered Money, Allowed Drug Sales, Feds Say

Seven others are charged in the 33-count indictment: Miguel Casas, 47, of Dallas; Humberto Baltazar Novoa, 39, of Dallas; Eloy Alvarado Montantes, 36, of Grand Prairie; Jose Omar Santoyo Salas, 32, of Arlington; Erick Johan Lopez Cuellar, 30, of Fort Worth; Raul Nunez, 25, of Grand Prairie; and Cesar Mendez, 27, of Dallas.

Novoa worked with Hinojosa and promoted bands. He is charged with conspiracy to launder money and making a false statement in an immigration document. The two worked with bands that traveled to and from Mexico. The indictment alleges that the men tried to launder money for at least one band.

The indictment alleges that Montantes, Salas, Cuellar, Nunez and Mendez were involved in drug distribution. Casas was charged with managing a drug premises.

Mendez’s attorney could not be reached for comment.  It was not clear if the others had attorneys yet.

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