Narcotraffickers operate in cemetery in Guayubín, Dominican Republic

The municipal cemetery in Guayubín, Dominican Republic, in the Monte Cristi province, has been utilized as a drug-dealing location, officials say. Intelligence work led security officials to capture several members of a drug ring operating in the cemetery recently, Diario Lider reports. Those detained include Ramón Miguel Ramírez Peña (49), alias “Ramoncito;” Braulio Almonte Peña (34); and Carlos Manuel Torres (24), alias “Roy.” During the operation, police seized a backpack containing 5 pounds and two ounces of marijuana that had been prepared for distribution in the cemetery. One member of the ring known to deal cocaine, Carlos Luis Peña Vélez (46), was also arrested during a home raid in Guajaca with 34 grams of cocaine. Read Article

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