The former governor of Chihuahua, César Duarte Jáquez, chose downtown Miami, Florida, to hide from Mexican justice. A follow-up from authorities located the former PRI in an apartment and office condominium located on Southwest 3rd Street.
In this area are two of the main points that are visited by tourism in Miami: the Bayside Marketplace shopping complex, as well as the Bayfront Park, a park located by the sea.
In this last location held by Duarte Jáquez in Miami, a renting an apartment can range from 1,650 dollars, about 37 thousand pesos, which corresponds to the simplest with a single room; up to 18 thousand dollars, more than 404 thousand pesos, and it is a penthouse.
This condo is located about 11 kilometers from Chávez Used Auto Parts, where he was detained by US federal agents, and whose business would be his property.
Miami is one of the 10 most expensive cities to live in the United States, along with New York, Washington, Boston, Los Angeles, among others.
The consulted authorities also revealed that at the time of his arrest, the former governor of Chihuahua he had identifications with his real name.