|DominicanToday.com - Several Dominicans including one woman are on the FBI’s Most Wanted list in different states for crimes ranging from prostitution and drug trafficking to fraud.
The FBI’s website profiles the local fugitives, several of whom investigators believe are hiding in Dominican Republic.
The fugitive Emerson Daniel Guzman (Jose Daniel) is charged with drug trafficking in the New York area and is considered a "capo" of a Manhattan based gang. The FBI also links him to Mexico's Gulf Cartel.
Guzman, born in Dominican Republic on 1972 is considered armed and dangerous.
Another Dominican, Miguel (Poll) Molina, is also wanted on drug trafficking charges in Massachusetts since indicted by a federal grand jury in 2002.
The also Dominican Eddy Vazquez is wanted on charges of prostitution in Florida.
The FBI says Vazquez and the organization headed by his mother Amparo Hernandez (Iris) smuggled undocumented women using “coyotes” from México.
The two are believed to be hiding Dominican Republic since 2005.
Welcome Home !! - The Dominican Republic repatriated the first group of Dominican citizen’s deported from the U.S. – 132 criminals came from prisons throughout the U.S. This group, escorted by eight U.S. federal agents, arrived yesterday at Las Americas Airport on a special plane chartered by Immigration and Naturalization Service....... What crimes will they now do in DR to survive?
The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) deported during the past year 4.978 Dominican ex-convicts after serving sentences in U.S. jails. They were accused of drug trafficking, homicide, assault, kidnapping, rape, bank fraud, money laundering and other crimes........, back home they will probably have to continue to sell drugs or rob tourists to survive.....
“If we compare it to the last few years this year’s increase has been greater, that is to say, that the first 11 months have increased and are nearly 3,000 deportees,” Pared said. And what do you think these criminals are doing back home.....?
Dominican Watchdog Note | To me these numbers send a clear signal all the way to President Leonel Fernandez, that not only education is missing in the Dominican Republic!!