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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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Saturday, February 26

Be careful of who you meet in the internet'

Thus warned the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA).
Social networking sites are cool because they help us (re)connect with relatives, friends. Lately, however, these sites have been found to be used by bad elements, such as drug syndicates, to do illegal activities.
The recent news on Filipinos on death row in China brought to light once again the escalating international drug trade and Filipinos being used as drug mules or drug couriers. This has prompted the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) to, not just reissue its warning, but also level it up a notch.
Examples of Things You Should Not Share on a Social Networking SiteThe PDEA explained that potential recruits are Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), those seeking jobs and those in social networking sites. Filipinos are favorite victims because they are internet-literate, can follow instructions, can use the telephone once they reached another country, and can communicate.
During the Kapihan sa PIA in Ilocos Norte, PDEA Agent Merthon Fesway said most of the Filipinos who become drug mules are poor. “They are in it for the money, which is always in huge sums,” he said. They are either recruited online through social networking sites such as Facebook or Friendster, or by fellow Filipinos."

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DPS seizes drugs and money

Victoria Advocate | DPS seizes drugs and money: "The Texas Department of Public Safety seized 100 pounds of marijuana and $98,066 in two traffic stops on Feb. 18 and 19.

The first occurred on northbound U.S. Highway 59 just south of Telferner about 4:45 p.m, Feb. 18, said DPS Public Information Officer Trooper Gerald Bryant.

Troopers pulled over a Dodge truck for two traffic violations and noticed several indicators of criminal activity, Bryant said.

George Thomas Vickery, 56, of Macon, Ga., consented to a search and troopers found 43 bundles of marijuana in the truck's gas tank. The 100 pounds of marijuana have a street value of about $60,000, Bryant said.

Vickery was arrested on suspicion of possession of marijuana, a second degree felony, Bryant said."

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Police arrest six in connection to drug operation - Columbia Missourian

Police arrest six in connection to drug operation - Columbia Missourian: "The Columbia Police Department, Boone County Sheriff’s Department, Mustang Drug Task Force and the Fayette Police Department worked together to arrest the following suspects in connection to the drug operation:

Tyhesia Brimmage, 21, on suspicion of two counts of distribution, delivery and manufacture of a controlled substance and first-degree trafficking; held on a $100,000 bond.
Stacey Campbell, 21, on suspicion of distribution, delivery and manufacture of a controlled substance; held on a $100,000 bond.
Latisha Stapleton, 35, on suspicion of distribution, delivery and manufacture of a controlled substance; held on a $100,000 bond.
Heather McDonald, 32, on suspicion of distribution, delivery and manufacture of a controlled substance; held on a $100,000 bond.
Glenn Cobbins Jr., 28, on suspicion of distribution, delivery and manufacture of a controlled substance; held on a $200,000 bond. Cobbins also had a warrant for parole absconding with no bond.
Michael Reaves, 41, on suspicion of distribution, delivery and manufacture of a controlled substance; held on a $100,000 bond.
Eleven suspects are still wanted on outstanding warrants related to the undercover investigation, according to the release:"

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Friday, February 25

Jury retires in Teesside drugs trial

 "Raymond Casling, 32, Reginald Breeze, 38, and Scott Lacy, 19, all deny conspiring to offer to supply Ecstasy.

Casling, Marc Carlyon, 24, and Michael Lance, 25, deny conspiring to supply cocaine.

Casling, of Canterbury Road, Redcar, has denied being the linchpin of the two alleged plots to deal “legal high” tablets, said to be fake Ecstasy, and cocaine.

He denied using the other men to supply or stash drugs.

Carlyon, of Brimham Court, Redcar, denied that he and Lance, who stayed with him in Redcar at the time of the alleged conspiracies in 2009, were dealing cocaine.

Breeze, of Herschell Street, Redcar; Lacy, of no fixed address; and Lance, of Atherton Close, Spennymoor, did not give evidence."

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JPD Makes Heroin Bust

Three area people where taken into custody Friday on drug charges after heroin was discovered in their vehicle.

The Jamestown Police Department reported Monday that Nadine Nietupski, of 3651 High St., Cassadaga; Kevin C. Hosmer, of 2598 Chapin Road, Silver Creek; and Dakota J. Gibbon, of 2617 Chapin Road, Silver Creek, were charged with third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Gibbon was also charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminal possession of a hypodermic instrument and littering. Hosmer was also charged with criminal possession of a hypodermic instrument.

At 4:25 p.m. Friday, suspicious activity was reported occurring in and around a vehicle on North Main Street in Jamestown. A person was allegedly seen placing garbage underneath the vehicle. An officer found the discarded items to be drug paraphernalia."

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Buju Banton, Reggae Singer, Found Guilty in Drug Case

Before The DawnBuju Banton, Reggae Singer, Found Guilty in Drug Case - Speakeasy - WSJ: "Buju Banton, a popular Jamaican reggae singer, has been found guilty of drug charges by a Florida jury. Banton, whose real name is Mark Myrie, was accused of setting up a drug deal in 2009 with two other men. Banton was charged with conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute cocaine, among other counts. His first trial ended in a deadlocked jury. Banton’s album “Before the Dawn” won the best reggae album Grammy earlier this month."

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Teacher tells court that claims he ran drugs gang are 'lies'

Teacher tells court that claims he ran drugs gang are 'lies' "A teacher accused of running a major drugs gang has told a jury that the claims are ‘lies’.

Mohammed Sarwar is alleged to have controlled an organised crime group involved in the ‘large-scale’ supply of cocaine while teaching information technology at Burnage Media Arts College in Manchester.

The bulk of the evidence in the case comes from a witness called Ben Davidson, who alleges that Mr Sarwar recruited him as a drugs courier in February 2008, while he was renting a property in Stalybridge from his brother Iqbal.

Giving evidence in his own defence, Mr Sarwar, 30, said Mr Davidson’s claims were ‘nonsense’. He told the jury that the allegations had been ‘conjured’ up by Mr Davidson, who has admitted conspiring to supply cocaine, and another convicted dealer, Mark Hunt, who were trying to ‘blame it on me’.

The jury has heard evidence that Mark Hunt was a drug dealer during the period that Mr Sarwar is alleged to have been running the crime group."

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Saturday, February 19

Two U.S. citizens among seven charged in conspiracy to aid Taliban | AHN

American Taliban: How War, Sex, Sin, and Power Bind Jihadists and the Radical RightTwo U.S. citizens among seven charged in conspiracy to aid Taliban | AHN: "Two American citizens are among a group of men federal prosecutors have charged with conspiring to help the Taliban in Afghanistan move drugs and obtain weapons.

Oded Orbach and Alwar Pouryan are accused of trying to sell surface-to-air missiles to confidential sources of the Justice Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration who posed as representatives of the Taliban.
The two allegedly met with the confidential sources beginning in October in Ghana, Ukraine and Romania about the prices, technical specifications and requirements for training for the sale of weapons.
The weapons, which included anti-tank missiles, grenade launchers and AK-47s, were to be used to protect Taliban-owned heroin laboratories in Afghanistan.
The five other men in the group are charged with agreeing to receive and store multi-ton shipments of Taliban-owned heroin in the West African nation of Benin. They agreed to transport the drugs to Ghana, knowing that some of the heroin would later be brought to the United States via a commercial flight."

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12 years for holding over €1.5m in heroin

Heroin12 years for holding over €1.5m in heroin - RTÉ News: "A 40-year-old drug addict has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for holding more than €1.5m worth of heroin for a Tallaght-based drug-dealing family.
The judge told Francis Sinclair from Kilclare Gardens that he was 'just as guilty' as them because he was 'part of the distribution chain' but suspended the last four years of his sentence.
Sinclair had 70 packages of heroin hidden under the bath and more in his trousers when his home in the Kilclare Estate in Tallaght was raided in February last year.
Gardaí from Tallaght said they were working on confidential information."

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Wednesday, February 2

Iran hanged a Dutch-Iranian woman.The Netherlands cuts ties with Iran over execution

The Netherlands cuts ties with Iran over execution: Voice of Russia: "The Netherlands’ foreign ministry froze all ties with Tehran after Iran hanged a Dutch-Iranian woman. While the authorities claim that Zahra Bahrami was executed for drug trafficking, the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran believes that the real reason was the woman’s involvement in protests against the government. Dutch Foreign Minister Uri Rosenthal is going to 'discuss possible measures' against Iran by the European Union.

According to the report of the semi-official Fars news agency, Bahrami was accused of trafficking cocaine into Iran with the assistance of a Dutch partner. Iran officials stated that the woman brought the cocaine into the country twice and also sold it. Fars reports that during a search of Bahrami’s house, 450 grams of cocaine and 420 grams of opium were discovered and, after further investigation, it was found that she had also distributed 150 grams of cocaine."

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Bruno Mars to plead guilty to cocaine possession

Nothin' On You [Feat. Bruno Mars] (Album Version)Bruno Mars to plead guilty to cocaine possession | News | NME.COM: "Bruno Mars is set to plead guilty to cocaine possession after being caught with the drug last September.

According to the Las Vegas Review Journal, Mars, real name Peter Hernandez, will accept the charge after he was spotted carrying a bag of white powder by a toilet attendant at the Las Vegas Hard Rock Hotel.

He was detained and after tests the powder was confirmed as cocaine.

Clark County District Attorney David Roger said that the singer will be sentenced to a year of probation and will have to pay a $2,000 (£1,256) fine, perform 200 hours of community service and attend drug counselling."

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