Spanish police takes out Dutch drug traffickers on
The Spanish police have in the south of the country a Dutchman arrested for large-scale drug trafficking.
The 34-year-old from Roosendaal, which is in Benalmadena lives near Malaga, has for some time been sought after by the Belgian authorities. The man would play an important role within an organization that drugs isn via the port of Antwerp, reported Spanish media Monday on the authority of the police.
The Dutchman could end up in his house in Benalmadena will be picked up. He tried the police yet to be fooled by an Estonian id card to show, but revealed pretty soon his real identity.
The Dutchman was held on the basis of a European arrest warrant, the Belgian justice had issued.
The gang is suspected between november 2011 and July 2013, at least 2200 kg of cocaine and 1100 kilos of heroin have been smuggled. Both parties were seized.
In 2011, there were already several gang members were arrested when a container containing 176 kg of cocaine was found. The Dutchman would also be among the detainees. It is not known how he is when his sentence came out.