A Mexican drug cartel has reportedly sent a grave warning to the sons of El Chapo after allegedly chopping up a victim and then spreading his remains across three different locations in a city.

Police allegedly responded after being alerted of the discovery of two bags, one in Caborca and another in the state of Sonora in Mexico on Tuesday, Aug. 30.

The third bag was discovered in a rubbish bin close to a primary school according to Borderland Beat.

Now, officers from the Attorney General’s office in Sonora who collected the remains are attempting to identify the dismembered parts.

The second bag was found with a narco message that contained a chilling warning for a rival cartel.

It was addressed to Rodrigo Paez Quintero, Adelmo Nunez, and Jose Gil Caro. They were reportedly leaders of the Caborca Cartel.

It was also added that the gang’s former leader, Rafael Caro Quintero was arrested in July of this year.

"This goes for falcons drug pushers of La Ch[pizza emoji],” the note on one of the bags read after translation. "Carborca has an owner, Rodrigo Paez 'El R' and Lemo Nuñez at your service."

It would be best to note that the La Ch[pizza emoji] refers to La Chapiza, supporters of Los Chapitos - the sons of the infamous former Sinaloa Cartel boss El Chapo.

Some of the sons of El Chapo still control a faction of the Sinaloa Cartel. They are considered Mexico’s largest drug trafficking group since the drug lord was arrested back in 2016.

The Caborca Cartel has reportedly been locked in a turf war with Los Chapitos, both vying for control of Sonora.

The war has been ongoing for some time now and the conflict appears to be getting worse, especially after Quintero’s arrest in July. It was added that 28 people were killed in just four days.

Mexican drug cartels
Bullet holes are seen in a building at El Aguaje community, after a confrontation between Los Viagras Cartel and the Jalisco Nueva Generacion Cartel, in Aguililla, state of Michoacan, Mexico, on April 23, 2021. - The municipality of Aguililla is being threatened due to the confrontation between the organized crime groups Jalisco Nueva Generacion Cartel (CJNG) and the Michoacan Family (now called Viagras). Photo by Enrique Castro/AFP via Getty Images

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