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Colombian Citizen Admits Conspiring to Transport Hundreds of Kilograms of Cocaine into the United States

From 2016 through Jan. 10, 2020, Cubides conspired to import hundreds of kilograms of cocaine. Cubides admitted playing a managerial role in this conspiracy, which involved more than five individuals.

DEA Holds Second Annual Family Summit on Fentanyl

The Family Summit seeks to advance public awareness efforts in our communities to reverse the devastating drug poisoning epidemic and save lives from tragic poisoning deaths.

Georgia Man Sentenced for Key Role in Drug Trafficking Ring that Engaged in COVID Fraud

Kinchen used the Savannah residence of his girlfriend, former Savannah-area strip club owner Jaqueline Somesso, 54, as a stash house for drugs and firearms.

California Man Charged with Trafficking Over 70,000 Fentanyl Pills from Mexico into Evansville, Ind.

As part of the investigation, undercover law enforcement officers arranged to purchase 100,000 fentanyl pills and 50 pounds of methamphetamine from a supplier based in Mexicali.

Third Defendant Charged in Connection With the Fentanyl Poisoning of Four Children at a Bronx Daycare

Renny Antonio Parra Paredes, a/k/a “El Gallo,” has been charged with conspiracy to distribute narcotics resulting in death in connection with the poisoning of four children under the age of three, one of whom died, at a daycare facility in the Bronx.

42 Members of a Violent Gang Charged with Drug Trafficking and Firearms Violations in Manatí, Puerto Rico

The goal of HLM was to maintain control of all the drug trafficking activities within the Manatí area by the use of force, threats, violence and intimidation.

Tampa Fentanyl Dealer Sentenced to 15 Years for Leading a Drug Trafficking Conspiracy

According to court documents, from October 2020 through February 2022, Lewis oversaw a drug trafficking organization operating in Tampa.

Former Los Zetas Cartel Regional Leader Pleads Guilty to Trafficking Tons of Cocaine into the United States

Guizar Valencia had been under indictment and was on the run for many years. He evaded apprehension until Feb. 9, 2018, when Mexican authorities arrested him in Mexico City.
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