Agents arrest 2 brothers wanted in the US
Santo Domingo.- The National Drugs Control Agency (DNCD) arrested two brothers wanted in the United States on at least by at least 12 drug trafficking charges together with other Dominicans for allegedly distributing heroin, cocaine and methamphetamines in New York and adjacent cities.
Moca natives Argely and Kelvins Breton were arrested in the Espaillat province community Monte la Jagua, on a Supreme Court warrant issued October, 2011.
The DNCD calls them key members of a network which operated from October 2007 to January 2001 in East New York and nearby zones, together with Ricardo Almonte, Jose Cruz (El Socio) and Jeremy Garcia (El Gordo and/or JJ)
The extraditables, also known as ‘EL Artista’ and `El Perrero’ were allegedly associated with Emilio Lara (El Disparate), and Enmanuel Polanco (Manuel) in the distribution of various amounts of drugs until their arrest by the federal authorities, while the others managed to escape.