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03SANTODOMINGO7095 2003-12-08 11:04:00 UNCLASSIFIED Embassy Santo Domingo
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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC EXTRADITES NINE FUGITIVES

Tags:   CJAN KCRM KFRD PINR SNAR DR 
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					  UNCLAS SANTO DOMINGO 007095 

SIPDIS

DEPARTMENT FOR WHA/CAR (MCISAAC), L/LEI (W. FUENTES, TAYLOR)
JUSTICE FOR CRIM/OIA J. MAZUREK AND R. GOLDMAN
U.S. MARSHAL SERVICE PLEASE PASS TO C. DUDLEY

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: CJAN KCRM KFRD PINR SNAR DR
SUBJECT: DOMINICAN REPUBLIC EXTRADITES NINE FUGITIVES




1. On December 2, 2003, nine fugitives were extradited from
the Dominican Republic in the company of U.S. Marshals. All
fugitives were flown to San Juan, Puerto Rico. From there,
they will be delivered to the jurisdictions which have issued
warrants for their arrests.
The following list of fugitives were extradited:

a. Gustavo Reynoso: wanted to stand trial in the Federal
District of Massachusetts on narcotics charges.

b. Francisco Javier Hernandez Meran a/k/a Guillermo Pina:
escaped from the Regional Prison on Mayaguez, Puerto Rico,
wanted to serve a sentence imposed for conviction of murder
and narcotics related offenses.

c. Edwin Estevez: wanted to stand trial on federal narcotics
charges in the Southern District of New York.

d. Rafael Perez Luna: wanted to stand trial on federal
narcotics charges in the Southern District of New York.

e. Sixto Perez: wanted to stand trial on a federal narcotics
offense in the Middle District of Florida.

f. Marcial Rodriguez Trinidad: wanted to stand trial on
federal narcotics charges in the District of Puerto Rico.

g. Francisco Castillo: wanted to serve sentences in two
narcotics related cases in two counties in the Commonwealth
of Massachusetts.

h. Luis Felipe Nunez: wanted to stand trial on federal
narcotics charges in the Middle District of Florida.

i. Miguel Ramon DeOleo: wanted to stand trial on federal
narcotics charges in the Southern District of Texas.



2. These cases are the ninth through seventeenth
extraditions by the Dominican Republic in 2003, and the
forty-fourth through fifty-second under the administration of
President Mejia.
HERTELL