A model who was reportedly an assassin for El Chapo’s cartel dubbed the "Kim Kardashian of crime" has mysteriously been found dead. Claudia Ochoa Felix, also known as the Anthrax Empress, is believed to have carried out multiple killings for the Sinaloa Cartel while being part of enforcer gang Los Antrax. In April, the 74-year-old Gary man went to a Bureau of Motor Vehicles branch in Hobart to renew his driver’s license and to transfer a license plate for one of his vehicles. “They told me that I’d have to get what they call a Real ID,” said Jones, who has lived in the Miller section of the city since 1973. “I said, ‘What? A Real ID. What the hell is that?’” He was told that a Real ID-compliant credential is now required for everyone applying for a new Indiana driver’s license, learner’s permit, or state identification card. Applicants must bring original versions or certified copies of certain documents to a BMV branch to prove their identity, Social Security number, lawful status in the United States, and Indiana residency. “I’ve been driving since I was 16. I worked for 38 years at Inland Steel in East Chicago. I’ve been married 47 years. And I served in the military, including two tours in Vietnam,” Jones told me angrily.