|Affiliations||Santa Blanca Drug Cartel|
|Appearances||Ghost Recon Wildlands|
Antonio Garcia-Taylor is the buchon of the Mojocoyo province and cocaine smuggler in the Santa Blanca Drug Cartel who works under Nidia Flores. Starting out as a "sweetheart", according to his wife Gabriela, he eventually started to get a hard addiction to his product, turning him into a paranoid and violent psychopath. He rarely ever visits his wife at home, and doesn't tell anyone anything about his shipments until they have already arrived.
After the Ghosts interrogate Antonio's wife, she reveals his agenda to them. After they hunt him down, they ambush him driving his car. They capture him and take him to a hut where Bowman is waiting to interrogate him. After sitting him down at a table, he notices there are many lines of cocaine on the table in front of him. Asking why it's there, Bowman states they're going to have him die of an overdose and makes him snort many lines to the point where he says he can't do anymore, stating "I can't! My heart feels like it's going to explode!". After she shoves his face in the cocaine, yelling at him to continue, he eventually cracks and tells them the whereabouts of the main cocaine stash in Mojocoyo.
After the Ghosts capture Antonio, they have an extra, but optional, two missions that they can continue on in Mojocoyo. Antonio's wife will call for help after being hunted down by the cartel for giving up Antonio's agenda, getting him captured. The Ghosts are tasked to extract her to safety. The second mission is to destroy the heavily guarded main stash of cocaine that Antonio told them about, further disrupting the cartel's production of cocaine and putting more pressure on Nidia.
- Antonio is the quickest buchon captured, being taken by the third mission in the province.
- Antonio is the only buchon who's boss mission is called "Mojocoyo's boss" other than the buchons name.
Behind the ScenesEdit
- Capturing Antonio will reward the player with 3 skill points and the Lady Killer, a unique variant of the 5.7 USG.