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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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Larry G. Baldwin, 61 Charged with possession with intent to distribute heroin

Charged with possession with intent to distribute heroin – a felony offense – were:
• Larry G. Baldwin, 61
• Matthew E. Baldwin, 27, Larry’s son; and
• Paula Holland, 43
Also arrested during the traffic stop, but charged
Five Keyser residents were arrested Thursday afternoon and charged with dealing heroin following a week-long investigation by the Keyser City Police Department and the Mineral County Sheriff’s Office.
The investigation, which was triggered by a citizen tip, culminated early Thursday afternoon in a controlled buy in Keyser. Following that monitored transaction, Keyser Police conducted a traffic stop on St. Cloud Street involving the vehicle in which the alleged drug peddlers were riding. with misdemeanor possession only, was Jared N. Citarelli, 21, of Keyser.
Seized during the 2:15 p.m. traffic stop was a small amount of heroin as well as the vehicle itself, a Dodge Neon, because it was involved in the alleged drug transaction.
As a result of the traffic stop, law enforcement officers obtained a warrant to search a residence on Limestone Road near Mill Meadow Park. Charged with felony possession with intent to distribute following that operation were:
• Mark C. Brant, 38 and
• Joletta Rebovich, 42, both also of Keyser.
Seized during the raid on Limestone Road was drug paraphernalia, a small amount of U.S. currency and a Dodge van.
Following their arrest, the suspects were transported to the Potomac Highlands Regional Jail. Larry Baldwin complained of chest pains during his arrest, and was transported to Potomac Valley Hospital, where he was held overnight in a guarded room. He was transported to the regional jail Friday afternoon.
Police credited the citizen who provided the tip with providing information that allowed officers to make the drug arrests. “That started it all,” a Keyser Police spokesman said

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Two foreigners were arrested in Sliema

Two foreigners were arrested in Sliema, on the north east coast of Malta, after one of them was found with cocaine capsules in his stomach, the local police reported.
The offender, 36, born in the Dominican Republic but with residence in Spain, was found with 80 capsules hidden in his stomach, containing approximately 800g of cocaine.The second detainee is a 35-year-old woman. They had arrived in Malta through a direct flight from Brussels and were sent to Mater Dei hospital where medical examinations took place.

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Two foreigners were arrested in Sliema

Two foreigners were arrested in Sliema, on the north east coast of Malta, after one of them was found with cocaine capsules in his stomach, the local police reported.
The offender, 36, born in the Dominican Republic but with residence in Spain, was found with 80 capsules hidden in his stomach, containing approximately 800g of cocaine.The second detainee is a 35-year-old woman. They had arrived in Malta through a direct flight from Brussels and were sent to Mater Dei hospital where medical examinations took place.

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Travis A. Capozzi, 18, of the Town of Tonawanda, and Angel Natal, 30, of Buffalo, were stopped by troopers assigned to the city

Travis A. Capozzi, 18, of the Town of Tonawanda, and Angel Natal, 30, of Buffalo, were stopped by troopers assigned to the city as part of Operation Impact.An odor of marijuana came from the vehicle, and a subsequent search revealed the heroin under the driver's seat and the last bit of a marijuana cigarette in the glove box, state police said. A deck is a street term for the 1 to 15 grams of heroin in a bag, according to law enforcement sources.Both men, who were taken to the Erie County Holding Center, were charged with third- and fourth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, and unlawful possession of marijuana.

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William Ernest Sigley Burns, 63, admitted conspiring to supply both heroin and cocaine while he was employed as the caretaker at St Mark’s Elm Tree Pr

William Ernest Sigley Burns, 63, admitted conspiring to supply both heroin and cocaine while he was employed as the caretaker at St Mark’s Elm Tree Primary School in Bishopton Road West.Burns, who is no longer employed at the school, was arrested after drugs were seized from his home 10 yards from the school’s nursery building.
Burns, now of St Cuthbert’s Road, was granted bail and will return to court on December 18 for sentencing.His accomplice, Stephen Michael Sparrow, 23, also of St Cuthbert’s Road, has pleaded guilty to the same charges and is also awaiting sentence.During a previous hearing, the court heard police stopped a BMW on April 2 which is alleged to have been driven by Burns. Crack cocaine with a street value of £1,690 was seized along with heroin. Heroin and Class C drugs were found in his bungalow.

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police detained four persons in Belgrade on suspicion of drug smuggling

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic today stated that the police detained four persons in Belgrade on suspicion of drug smuggling.
Dacic specified that they are suspected of smuggling five kilograms of cocaine from Paraguay to Serbia, adding that group’s leader, Nebojsa Lukic from Belgrade, was also arrested. The operation was carried out in cooperation with German police and customs officers, adding that it is more proof of Serbia’s determination to clamp down on crime and corruption. The operation was carried out by the Serbian police, Counter-Organised Crime Directorate (SBPOK) and the intelligence unit, Dacic added.

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Stephanie Thomas, 43, was said to have been a naive housewife flattered by the attentions of Matthew Wright, 38, who introduced her to cocaine

Stephanie Thomas, 43, was said to have been a naive housewife flattered by the attentions of Matthew Wright, 38, who introduced her to crime and cocaine soon after they met in January last year. woman was sweet-talked by her boyfriend into smuggling cocaine from Venezuela wrapped up in her bikini bottoms.Seven months later the pair were caught with cocaine worth £80,000 after landing at Manchester Airport after a trip to South America.At the time Wright -- of Alfred Street, Wigan -- was on bail after being caught with £2,000 of forged bank notes after trying to pass one of them off at a Chorley hardware store. He later admitted that he had smuggled the cocaine in a bid to make 'easy money' and had roped Thomas -- of Cameron Place, Wigan -- who has children aged from four to 22, into his scheme.One of the blocks of cocaine was found inside a sock inside a trolley the pair had brought back. The other was found inside a beach bag, concealed by bikini bottoms.Wright paid for the flights out to Venezuela, where Thomas took a 'bad dose' of cocaine and became sick -- meaning the pair missed their original flight home. Later, a dealer's list of customers was found at her address in Wigan, the court heard.The couple had also travelled to Colombia -- famous for its cocaine trade -- before jetting out to Venezuela.Wright admitted his offence but Thomas was found guilty at trial. Sentencing the pair for importing class A drugs, Judge David Hernandez said Wright had taken Thomas with him to give himself a 'veneer of respectability,' while she had 'knowledge' of what he was up to. Wright was sentenced to a total of eight years and eight months for importing cocaine and possessing the forged notes, while Thomas was given four years and six months in jail.Mike O'Grady, of Revenue and Customs said: "There is no excuse for any person to get involved in this illegal and harmful trade. Today, Wright and Thomas are paying the price for their parts in an international criminal network."Working with our law enforcement colleagues both in the UK and abroad sharing intelligence we will take every action to detect, seize and bring those smuggling drugs into the country before the courts.
"This is an illegal trade which damages the lives of local people and finances wider criminal organizations."

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