Drug Trafficking

Mexican Official: Sean Penn Led Us To Drug Lord "El Chapo"New details are emerging about actor Sean Penn's interview with drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman for Rolling Stone magazine.
U.S. & Cuba Discuss Drug Trafficking In D.C.Officials from the U.S. and Cuban governments held their second meeting on Counter-Narcotics at the nation's capital.
Police: Hollywood Drug Ring BustedThe primary members of a drug trafficking ring in South Florida are under arrest, police said.
"Pill Mill" Regulations Likely To Be ExtendedThe House is poised to give final approval to a bill (SB 450) that would extend regulations placed on pain-management clinics after Florida became a hotbed of prescription-drug abuse and trafficking.
Fmr. Miami Police Officer Admits Role In Drug ConspiracyA former Miami-Dade Police officer admitted to taking part in a drug trafficking ring, according to federal prosecutors in New Jersey.
BSO Deputy Charged With Stealing Drugs Bonds Out Suspended Broward Sheriff Deputy Eduardo Mesa bonded out of jail Thursday evening.
TSA Worker Arrested For Alleged Drug Trafficking & Child Neglect Transportation Security Administration officials said they are in the process of terminating the employment of a woman who was arrested and charged with drug trafficking and child neglect.
Last Two Of 13 Sentenced In Fla. Cocaine ConspiracyTwo Florida men have been sentenced to prison after being busted for being a part of a large scale drug trafficking ring.
Honduras Extradites Drug Suspect To US, A First Honduras extradited a suspected drug trafficker to Miami for the first time, according to the U.S. State Department.
Bond Granted For Police Lt. Held On Narcotics ChargesBond has been set for a Miami-Dade Police Lieutenant accused of conspiring to distribute cocaine.
MDPD Lieutenant Arrested On Federal Narcotics ChargesLaw enforcement officials arrested an internal affairs officer with the Miami-Dade Police Department in Miami Gardens Tuesday morning, according to the Department of Justice.
US Accused Of Withholding Evidence In Drug Case Two Colombians who were facing the prospect of spending the rest of their lives in a U.S. prison for drug trafficking will go home much sooner after prosecutors were accused of withholding evidence about payments by the Drug Enforcement Administration to police in the South American country.

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