Ten Individuals Arrested in Colombia Wanted for Extradition by U.S. and Honduras
By Dialogo August 06, 2013
Ten individuals wanted for extradition by the United States and Honduras for crimes related to drug trafficking, were arrested by the Colombian Police in several different cities, the military institution reported.
Six people accused of heroin trafficking wanted by a New York district court, were captured in Bogotá.
Similarly, two men accused by the South District Court of Florida of smuggling two tons of cocaine, were arrested in Maicao municipality, La Guajira department (on the border with Venezuela).
A Colombian national wanted for extradition by the South District Court of New York was detained in Cali, capital of Valle del Cauca department (southwest).
Luis Meñaca Morales, aka “Sinbad”, who is requested by a Honduran court for crimes related to smuggling over a ton of cocaine, was arrested in Cartagena, capital of Bolívar department (north).