Arenas Moreno explained that David Park crossed the border after learning he was wanted by the law of the American Union
A drug dealer wanted in the United States for the sale and distribution of methamphetamine was arrested in the port of San Felipe, in the southern town of Mexicali, where it had remained hidden for five years.
The International Liaison Coordinator State Preventive Police (PEP), Alfredo Arenas Moreno, said that with information provided by U.S. authorities, the whereabouts of David Park, 58 years old was located.
Arenas Moreno explained that David Park crossed the border after learning he was wanted by the law of the American Union, after an arrest warrant on charges of possession of narcotics for sale.
After Park crossed the border into Mexico, he took refuge in the port of San Felipe, where posing as tourists, “when we found him hiding in the tourist field name Dorado Ranch, where a group of undercover elements managed to secure” outlined.
David Park’s arrest warrant was for possession of methamphetamine, acquiring artifacts for drug use and by criminal history, had been arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
The official said the close relationship they have with corporate America, “has allowed us to capture 72 fugitives from the law so far of 2012, reflecting the effectiveness in combating crime on both sides of the border”.
The first information released after the arrest of Park indicated, he was wanted by the U.S. justice for five years, until he was located in San Felipe and then turned over to the authorities of his country of origin.