They capture a Canadian drug trafficker who presented himself as an English teacher in Colombia

They capture a Canadian drug trafficker who presented himself as an English teacher in Colombia
They capture a Canadian drug trafficker who presented himself as an English teacher in Colombia
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Nobody thought that that foreigner who lived in a neighborhood of Santa Marta was a dangerous man, sought by justice. The Canadian Kerman Todd He kept a low profile: he dressed in shorts and simple T-shirts; He greeted, the few times he left his apartment, the people he met, he had the face of a good-natured retiree.

But, as they say, appearances can be deceiving. That man who taught English classes through a virtual platform to people of different ages from his home in the capital of Magdalena, He was actually one of the drug traffickers most wanted by the justice system in his country of origin.

Todd, known in the underworld as alias Robinson, He had a red notice issued by the International Police (Interpol) against him. The man, 65 years old, with white skin – colored by the heat stroke typical of foreigners –, good height, thick build, and gray hair due to gray hair, He was a fugitive from Canadian justice for nearly 19 years.

The Canadian, who was captured on the morning of this Tuesday, May 7, 2024 in Santa Marta thanks to a collaboration between the Colombian and Canadian Police in which they used cutting-edge technology, he began his career as a drug trafficker to the North American country in 1997, when he was 38 years old.

That same year he was captured by the authorities of his country, who wanted him for the commission of that crime. In 1998 he was sentenced by Canadian justice to 15 years in prison for drug trafficking. His sentence ended in 2013.

However, due to the good behavior he had in the prison where he was detained for seven years, andIn 2005 he was granted parole. When he had it, he took advantage of that condition and flew.

According to the information released by the Colombian Police in a video, The man entered our country through the border with Panama using his influences in the countries of Central America and settled in Santa Marta, where he was finally captured.

“The capture was achieved thanks to an alert and international cooperation with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police using cutting-edge technology, taking into account that this citizen rarely left his residence. So far this year, 68 people have been captured for extradition purposes,” said a senior police officer in a video shared by the Ministry of Defense of Colombia.

 
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