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Top Ten Cities for arresting Americans


The top 10 cities where Americans were arrested and the number taken into custody:
1. Tijuana: 520
2. Guadalajara: 416
3. Nuevo Laredo: 359
4. London: 274
5. Mexico City: 208
6. Toronto: 183
7. Nassau, Bahamas: 108
8. Mérida, Mexico: 99
9. Nogales, Mexico: 96
10. Hong Kong: 90

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2,500 citizens are arrested abroad. One third of the arrests are on drug-related charges. Many of those arrested assumed as U.S. citizens that they could not be arrested. From Asia to Africa, Europe to South America, citizens are finding out the hard way that drug possession or trafficking equals jail in foreign countries.
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Tuesday, January 8

Canadians: Robert Michael Steinebach,Candice Maree Brayton


Robert Michael Steinebach and 24-year-old Candice Maree Brayton were arrested at the Brisbane International Airport yesterday after arriving on a flight from Hong Kong.
It is alleged the pair were trying to import between six and 10 kilograms of cocaine which was found in the false bottom of a suitcase.
Brayton appeared briefly in court this morning and was remanded in custody until a further committal mention hearing next month.
Steinebach denies any involvement but his application for bail was refused to allow federal police more time to establish his connection to Brayton. He is due to again face court via video link on Thursday.
Meanwhile, Northern Territory police have arrested two men at Darwin Airport for alleged drug possession.
Police say an estimated 65 grams of cannabis was found in a 22-year-old man's bag as he tried to board a plane for Groote Eylandt yesterday.
A 48-year-old man was found to have 35 grams of the drug hidden in his pockets on the same flight.

The 22-year-old will face court in Darwin this afternoon, while the 48-year-old will appear in Alyangula Court next week.

12 comments:

Elizabeth 24 January 2008 at 02:55  

I think the Australian government should release Candace and let her serve a fair trial in Canada. She's a sweet young girl with a heart of gold and she should be home with her family and friends.

We're praying for her because we know the real Candace would never do something like this unless she was put up to it...for all we know she didn't have a choice.

Anonymous,  29 January 2008 at 00:59  

Do I believe Candace is involved in this? Yes. Do I think Candace ever had the money to put this kind of a deal together? Not on your life. Candace is a party girl and likes to put a lot of blow up her nose, but she wasn't connected enough or fluid enough to put something like this together. I figure she's a mule and nothing more.

Anonymous,  30 January 2008 at 17:52  

I believe candace was used, but grew up in a house that drugs were acceptable and a lesson hard learned, that the people around her should take note, and clean up their lives. Candace will pay the price for all of you

John,  4 February 2008 at 21:13  

Men like Steinbach hunt for girls like my friend Candice, I'm sure she was not the first he used to move his drugs. I just hope that the police find no trace of her on the area where the drugs were hidden and show a little mercy.

gordon brayton 13 February 2008 at 21:45  

as i begin my during to brisbane to see my daughter this week i would just like to make a few comments..
candace has made a terrible mistake and will pay for it the rest of her life...but she is still my daughter and i love her with all my heart..her involvement with the wrong people and her life style decisions she has made in the past where making her life head in the wrong direction...candace will take this experience and turn her life around and use the time in brisbane wisely..she is a good person who made a very bad decision....she is probably better off in the australian prison system then canada's..she will be treated fairly in brisbane..candace did not grow up in a house of drugs..you know why..because i raised her as a single parent..through-out her teen years on vancouver island she was very productive and was a normal teenager....some people have to learn respect for the law the hard way....i guess...candace will become a better person because of this unfortunate experience of poor judgement.....
when you think of candace..smile..she is a good soul
i love you hon

gordon brayton 13 February 2008 at 21:57  

as i begin my during to see candace this week i would just like to make a few comments....candace is my daughter and i love her with all my heart.candace has made a very bad decision that will effect her for the rest of her life...this is no excuse but getting involved with the wrong people and making poor lifestyle choices has been her down fall...and yes candace has a heart of gold and would do anything for her friends..was she take advantage of..of course she was...but it was her decision...their is no one to blame but herself....a good person that made a very bad decision...she will be treated fairly in brisbane and is better off in the australian prison system then canada...did candace grow up in a house of drugs..no way..you know why..because i raised her as a single parent on vancouver island.candace was a normal teenager that was both productive and responsible...when she turned 18 she moved away to calgary....life in the big city and the wrong career choices where the start of her downfall...when you think of candace..smile ....she is a good soul...that was led astray and will return to normal one day...life in prison will be a positive thing for candace..a hard way to grow up...pray for a light sentence.....
i love you cando
oxox

Penny 14 February 2008 at 21:15  

I am praying for Candace and her Dad on his journey to hold his daughters hand. You mean the world to your Dad Candace, and I hope and pray that this will just be a stepping stone in your life, and everything will work out for you.
Good luck to all of you.

T E L L Y 5 March 2008 at 23:31  

I feel bad for the friends and family who will have to deal with this in the coming months, but not for her at all. I was so shocked when I found this out, I couldn't see anyone that wasn't in a desperate situation doing something this dumb. It took a long time for it to sink in, really sink in, that she had actually tried to get away with this BS.

it doesn't take a rocket scientist to think "if I get caught with this, I could go to jail for a very very long time, and it could ruin the rest of my life".

to have done this, taking a risk like this that her family and friends will have to deal with is really dumb and in my opinion really selfish. no disrespect intended, I just see anything related to drugs and especially drug trafficking as really really selfish.

ojennie 11 January 2009 at 00:06  

i just heard about this from two people i know..these two know robert personally from van..this is not the first time he has done this..yes candice was used..evil praying on the inocent..i dont know candice..but i know her father..he is a good man..we all make mistakes in our lives..and most of us learn from them..hope everything went good for candice..

someone 27 February 2009 at 03:37  

I do know the man she was with, all I can say is I am sorry for this girl and her family. She really did get mixed up in the wrong crowd if she was with him. I see 10 years later he hasn't changed a ounce, still praying on girls half his age and obviously still using the nose candy and more. I pray she is given some compassion from the judge, I also see he has ramaained as stand up as ever and denied even knowing her right off the bat - leaving her to take all the blame - pathetic. If anyone does know what became of this I would really be interested to know - if you could post the trial results on this blog I would appreiciate it. The sad thing is this man has (at least) 2 children, I pray they choose a different path then the sperm donor. Good luck to the family of this poor girl - I am sure yes she made her own desicions and she did get her self into this mess - but as someone who has seen it first hand - she might have had a choice but it wouldn't have been easy for her to oppose anything.

gordon brayton 27 February 2009 at 21:44  

update
candace is still in brisbane and we are hoping she gets sentenced
in may or june
we pray for time served
she is doing well all considered...

the man you talk of is one lucky bloke.how would one find such a person?

someone 2 March 2009 at 14:33  

I am very sorry to hear that. I assume you mean he got away with it? And she is still there all because of him. can you email me more details about what happened @ email.someones@gmail.com

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