Costa Rica: Panamanians sentenced for stealing cocaine, disguised as U.S. DEA agents reported Costa Rican courts sentenced three Panamanians who disguised themselves as Americans to steal cocaine in the border area drug agents, he said on Monday, May 9, the Office of Costa Rica.

According to a statement from the Public Ministry, Panamanians wore jackets, caps and balaclava with false badges Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA, for its acronym in English) to break into the house of an alleged Costa Rican drug trafficker, 17 August 2014, who stole 121 packages of drugs in the border town of Cuervito.

The bandleader, Oldemar Abrego, was sentenced to 29 years in prison and his companions Joaquín Aragua and Cristian Miguel Samudio to 27 years for possession and transportation of drugs, violation of domicile, aggravated deprivation of liberty and transport of weapons.

Costa Rica’s Juan Carlos Campos, who was robbed of cocaine, was sentenced to 27 years in prison for drug possession and storage. Read Article

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