'Cocaine Cowboys' Smuggler Convicted In Auto Fraud CaseA life of crime is something that is difficult to get away from.
Fraud Trial Resumes For Ex-'Cocaine Cowboys' PilotBeing familiar with the inside of a courtroom is never a good thing, unless you’re a lawyer or a judge.
Former 'Cocaine Cowboy' Pilot On Trial In Auto Fraud CaseBeing famous, or infamous, due to years as a major drug dealer is a label that likely never comes off.
1 Of Miami's 'Cocaine Cowboy' Drug Dealers Finishes SentenceOne of Miami's infamous "cocaine cowboys" finishes a lengthy prison sentence this weekend, however, he won't be a free man.
Last Of Miami’s 'Cocaine Cowboys' Pleads Not GuiltyThe last of Miami's so-called "cocaine cowboys" is due in federal court Friday to enter a plea to drug trafficking charges.
Last Of The "Cocaine Cowboys" Heads To Miami Federal CourtAfter being on the run for the last quarter of a century, the last of the so-called "cocaine cowboys" will appear before a judge in Miami federal court.
Accused ‘Cocaine Cowboy’ Fugitive Brought Back To MiamiThe last of Miami’s fabled “Cocaine Cowboys”, taken into custody March 12, 2017 in Orlando after 26 years on the run, is back in Miami.
Facing South Florida: Cocaine Cowboy Fugitive ArrestedAfter 26 years on the run, Gustavo Falcon was captured in Kissimmee where he was living under an assumed identity with his wife and children.
Fake ID Helped Lead Investigators To 'Cocaine Cowboy' FugitiveAlleged “Cocaine Cowboy” Gustavo Falcon, caught after 26 years on the run, appeared briefly in court Thursday.
Witness On Takedown Of ‘Cocaine Cowboy’: ‘Pretty Exciting’ For Such ‘A Quiet Neighborhood’It is hard to imagine one of the final chapters of the legendary Cocaine Cowboys-era would come to a close in a quiet neighborhood in Orlando.
‘Cocaine Cowboy’ Caught In Florida After 26 Years On The RunOne of the so called “Cocaine Cowboys” – on the run for a quarter of a century – has been arrested.
Miami Filmmaker Urges Fans To Report Police Union Pres. For Cyber-BullyingFilmmaker Billy Corben has asked his thousands of fans to report the Miami Fraternal Order of Police Union president who blasted a woman's actions on Facebook after she pulled over an officer for speeding.