Mexican authorities say a U.S. man was among three decapitated victims found this week in the northern border city of Tijuana.
State prosecutors say the body of 38-year-old Jorge Norman Harrison, former Chula Vista resident, was found by joggers Tuesday along with two other bodies near Tijuana's bullring, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Police say the three bodies also were missing their hands and one its feet.
Prosecutors said in a statement Friday that Norman Harrison had been convicted for drug trafficking in the United States. They said investigators searched a pizzeria he owned in Tijuana and found four handguns and more than 100 Valium pills.
An official with the U.S. Consulate in Tijuana confirmed Norman Harrison's death but declined to give any other details.