A spead boat moving sugar from Colombia to Haiti is located with kilos of cocaine and heroine

For the time being, “several kilos of cocaine and ten kilos of heroin put together by officials BLTS aboard an english ship transporting sugar, revealed Inspector Gary Desrosiers, police spokesperson National assistant of Haiti, this Wednesday, April 15, 2015.

The excavation from the Manzanares ship flying the Panamanian flag continues to be moored within the generally known institutions “Mevs Wharf” between your old seaside shipping pier Cite Soleil and also the site in which the Condition reconstructed the pier of Jeremiah along with other infrastructure. “You can be certain the search will require time,” stated Gary Desrosiers inspector.

“The residents from the ship were arrested and set under police surveillance,” he stated, without indicating the amount. Which commissioned the sugar? “You should BLTS is to locate drugs,” stated Gary Desrosiers, adding the ship can there be which law enforcement and also the courts will discover the one that purchased the sugar. “I don’t have all the details. When I collect more details, the press is going to be informed in the proper time,Inch stated the deputy spokesperson from the PNH, be sure that the police and justice will against people drenched within this situation, no matter their social status.

Without giving particulars on the amount of procedures and seizures each and every operation, Gary Desrosiers discovered that from March 10 to April 15 23. 8 kg of marijuana, 83. 65 kg of cocaine and 13 kilos of heroin were grabbed . However, it had been obvious in proclaiming that Claude Bellegarde was arrested in the airport terminal with 6.5 kg of cocaine. He needed to visit France aboard Air Caribbean.

The combined sources told the newspaper the DEA agents active in the search operation within the Manzanares since 6 April 2015.

somekeyword through the US Department Condition as producer and transit of medication towards the U . s . States country.

The ship, Manzanares 113.3 mx 16.4 m is moored within the Bay of Port-au-Prince alongside two other motorboats.