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Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Drug fugitives from Chicago captured in Mexico |

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Drug fugitives from Chicago captured in Mexico | "Nine years on the run has come to an end for a Chicago couple. The fugitives were finally found in Mexico and taken into custody on U.S. drug charges.
Federal authorities arrested Juan Carlos Duran and Dionne Garcia.
At first glance they appeared to be an ideal couple with a picture perfect Chicago family. But in 2001 when Juan Duran and Dionne Garcia were charged in as the leaders of a gang drug operation, their all-American bubble popped, and investigators say they left the country.
The FBI's 'Operation Blue Water' targeted lucrative PCP labs run by Chicago's Ambrose Street gang on the Southwest Side and in Northwest Indiana.
The couple led the angel dust network according to federal agents, who put them atop the 51 people charged.
Juan Carlos Duran, nicknamed Psycho, evaded arrest in December 2001. His common law wife Dionne Garcia was arrested and charged with drug conspiracy, but was allowed out on home monitoring because she was eight months pregnant."

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