The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has launched an investigation into the aviation company that owns the plane that crashed in Northern Mexico on Sunday, killing all seven passengers aboard including Latin pop superstar Jenni Rivera. The Associated Press reports that the DEA has been investigating Starwood Management, which is based in Las Vegas, and seized a pair of its jets earlier in 2012. Fifty-year-old Mexican businessman Christian Esquino is allegedly at the reins of Starwood, using his sister-in-law -- publicly stated in corporate records as the company's sole executive -- as a front, according to the AP.
- Erin Carlson
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