The police in the Dominican Republic have arrested a Dutchman who, according to the investigative services, is a key figure in the international cocaine trade. It concerns Wilson J., alias “Alfaisi” or “Ibrahim2”. According to the judiciary, he would be involved in the smuggling of more than 3,000 kilos of cocaine to the Netherlands.
International search list
Wilson J., 42, was on the international wanted list and was actively wanted by both European and South American authorities. He was arrested in the Dominican Republic when he tried to travel to Jamaica with a false passport under the first name Ibrahim. He used this identity to establish contacts with “well-known entertainment figures and the artistic milieu in the Dominican Republic.”
J. was escorted by agents in a private plane to a Caribbean island, where he was handed over to the Dutch authorities.