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Thursday, July 31 2014 @ 09:30 AM EDT

Colombian Arrested in Panama, Wanted In US For Drug Trafficking

Drug TraffickingAgents of the Department of Judicial Investigation (DIJ) and the International Police (Interpol) arrested the Colombian Oscar Neftalí Jaramillo Rojas, who is wanted for extradition by the U.S. justice system on charges of drug trafficking, officials said. The Public Security Ministry said in a statement that Jaramillo Rojas, 43, was arrested Monday after being requested for extradition by U.S. authorities for allegedly having introduced drugs into that country. The arrest occurred as the Colombian was walking in the area of the food stalls found outside of the La Joya prison, the report said. Jaramillo Rojas was immediately taken to the premises of the DIJ, and then he was turned over to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the extradition process. Panamanian law enforcement authorities did not specify how long the Colombian was in Panama, or if he had committed a crime in the country, nor what he was doing in the area of the prison when he was arrested. (Prensa)
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