[Los Angeles Joint]In May, a man who runs a Japanese restaurant was shot and killed in Tijuana, northwestern Mexico, and local law enforcement officials arrested a suspected man (36) by the 10th. He is investigating the detailed motivation of having trouble with his deceased Yoshida Taro over his work, and is tracking the whereabouts of other suspects. Local media reported. The man is believed to be a member of Mexico’s largest drug organization, the Sinaloa Cartel, and is suspected of killing Yoshida and robbing him of about 30,000 pesos (about 166,000 yen) of cash and belongings in the safe. Has been held. Yoshida is said to have run two “Yoshi Ramen” stores in Tijuana.