Why Santiago D.R. is important for drug trafficking?

On 16 October 2010, the agent of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Darryl Galaway reported to the National Drug Control (DNCD) in the country operated an “international drug trafficking, with branches in Colombia Aruba and the United States, which used a boat identified as Tomahawk. ” Galaway established routes used by drug dealers to distribute drugs from the country to the United States, visiting several islands in the Caribbean to reach Florida and New York.The route starts in Santiago and covers the port of Luperon, Puerto Plata and Samana. Drug traffickers also use the international airports of Santiago, Samana and Puerto Plata, and Monte Cristi and Constance, which are domestic airports. Read Article

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