Emma Coronel Aispuro and a baby girl were taken into custody during El Chapo Guzman's arrest [Picture]
In latest updates regarding the drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman's high-profile arrest this weekend, more details about who Guzman was with at the Mazatlan condo have been released.
The mystery woman that was arrested with the drug lord has been identified as 24-year-old former beauty queen Emma Coronel, who is El Chapo's third or fourth wife.
El Debate reports that four men, three women and a baby girl were taken into custody after the arrest. The baby girl is believed to be one of the daughters of the Sinaloa drug lord. However, it is not known whether the baby girl is one of the twin daughters the El Chapo had in 2011 with Coronel.
The fugitive, who was on the run and evaded capture for 13 years after escaped from prison in 2001, was finally captured. His arrest is hailed a victory for Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto.
Guzman was arrested this weekend when Mexican marines burst into his beachside condo. It has been reported that the drug kingpin was cooking breakfast for his wife at the time of his arrest.
Guzman met Coronel after a beauty pageant in 2007. She was just 18 years old when she married the billionaire. Four years later, Coronel gave birth to their twin daughters in California. She has both American and Mexican citizenship, which allowed her to travel freely in and out of the State.
Forbes magazine estimates El Chapo's fortune as over $1 billion. The Sinaloa cartel is one of the most powerful and wealthiest drug cartels in the world.
El Chapo was previously arrested in 2001, but escape from Mexico's Puente Grande prison in a laundry basket. After being on the run for 13 years, Guzman reportedly did not resist arrest at the time of his capture.
Authorities will now piece together the 13 years of Guzman's life on the run. U.S. authorities hope to extradite him as soon as possible but it is not known whether he will be tried in a court in Mexico or the U.S. for his crimes.
Pope Francis used his Christmas blessing to call for an end to fighting in Syria and the Holy Land.
Pope Francis said on Saturday that Christmas had been "taken hostage" by dazzling materialism that puts God in the shadows and blinds many to the needs of the hungry, the migrants and the war weary.
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