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Tuesday, January 09, 2018

Filipina Caught Transporting Drugs To India From Brazil, Admitted She Was Paid $4,000 For The Job


A Filipina was arrested by the Narcotic Control Bureau (NCB) for smuggling 4.7 kg of cocaine from Brazil via Nedumbassery airport apparently admitted that she was hired by a Brazilian drug cartel for $4,000. The NCB also received information that Torres served as a drugs carrier several times in the past. This is her first trip to India.  NCB officers found out that the suspect Jonna De Torres' passport was issued in 2013 and she was staying in Hong Kong as a domestic helper. She visited Brazil for five days and had been there in 2015. She got around $2000-$4000 for smuggling drugs. This time she was hired for $4000 US Dollars.  Sponsored Links    Investigation revealed that the drug cartel which contracted De Torres even booked the hotel in Cochin where she was supposed to stay. De Torres admitted that she had delivered the prohibited substance several times and it's her first time bringing it to India.  Her passport showed that she visited Brazil and stayed there for five days before she went to India via Addis Ababa, Ethiopia then, Muscat, Oman as recorded in her passport.    While she was in Brazil, a certain Brazilian unknown to her visited her at Sao Paulo and handed a trolley bag and a handbag.  Officer said NCB was surprised to see Torres’ baggage containing cocaine getting through Addis Ababa and Muscat airports undetected before reaching Cochin.  The maximum penalty for drug smuggling is 20 years imprisonment and a fine of 200,000 rupees.  Source: New Indian Express       Advertisement  Read More:           ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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A Filipina was arrested by the Narcotic Control Bureau (NCB) for smuggling 4.7 kg of cocaine from Brazil via Nedumbassery airport apparently admitted that she was hired by a Brazilian drug cartel for $4,000. The NCB also received information that Torres served as a drugs carrier several times in the past. This is her first trip to India.

NCB officers found out that the suspect 
Jonna De Torres' passport was issued in 2013 and she was staying in Hong Kong as a domestic helper. She visited Brazil for five days and had been there in 2015. She got around $2000-$4000 for smuggling drugs. This time she was hired for $4000 US Dollars.
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Investigation revealed that the drug cartel which contracted De Torres even booked the hotel in Cochin where she was supposed to stay. De Torres admitted that she had delivered the prohibited substance several times and it's her first time bringing it to India.
Her passport showed that she visited Brazil and stayed there for five days before she went to India via Addis Ababa, Ethiopia then, Muscat, Oman as recorded in her passport.
A Filipina was arrested by the Narcotic Control Bureau (NCB) for smuggling 4.7 kg of cocaine from Brazil via Nedumbassery airport apparently admitted that she was hired by a Brazilian drug cartel for $4,000. The NCB also received information that Torres served as a drugs carrier several times in the past. This is her first trip to India.  NCB officers found out that the suspect Jonna De Torres' passport was issued in 2013 and she was staying in Hong Kong as a domestic helper. She visited Brazil for five days and had been there in 2015. She got around $2000-$4000 for smuggling drugs. This time she was hired for $4000 US Dollars.  Sponsored Links    Investigation revealed that the drug cartel which contracted De Torres even booked the hotel in Cochin where she was supposed to stay. De Torres admitted that she had delivered the prohibited substance several times and it's her first time bringing it to India.  Her passport showed that she visited Brazil and stayed there for five days before she went to India via Addis Ababa, Ethiopia then, Muscat, Oman as recorded in her passport.    While she was in Brazil, a certain Brazilian unknown to her visited her at Sao Paulo and handed a trolley bag and a handbag.  Officer said NCB was surprised to see Torres’ baggage containing cocaine getting through Addis Ababa and Muscat airports undetected before reaching Cochin.  The maximum penalty for drug smuggling is 20 years imprisonment and a fine of 200,000 rupees.  Source: New Indian Express       Advertisement  Read More:           ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
While she was in Brazil, a certain Brazilian unknown to her visited her at Sao Paulo and handed a trolley bag and a handbag.
A Filipina was arrested by the Narcotic Control Bureau (NCB) for smuggling 4.7 kg of cocaine from Brazil via Nedumbassery airport apparently admitted that she was hired by a Brazilian drug cartel for $4,000. The NCB also received information that Torres served as a drugs carrier several times in the past. This is her first trip to India.  NCB officers found out that the suspect Jonna De Torres' passport was issued in 2013 and she was staying in Hong Kong as a domestic helper. She visited Brazil for five days and had been there in 2015. She got around $2000-$4000 for smuggling drugs. This time she was hired for $4000 US Dollars.  Sponsored Links    Investigation revealed that the drug cartel which contracted De Torres even booked the hotel in Cochin where she was supposed to stay. De Torres admitted that she had delivered the prohibited substance several times and it's her first time bringing it to India.  Her passport showed that she visited Brazil and stayed there for five days before she went to India via Addis Ababa, Ethiopia then, Muscat, Oman as recorded in her passport.    While she was in Brazil, a certain Brazilian unknown to her visited her at Sao Paulo and handed a trolley bag and a handbag.  Officer said NCB was surprised to see Torres’ baggage containing cocaine getting through Addis Ababa and Muscat airports undetected before reaching Cochin.  The maximum penalty for drug smuggling is 20 years imprisonment and a fine of 200,000 rupees.  Source: New Indian Express       Advertisement  Read More:           ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
Officer said NCB was surprised to see Torres’ baggage containing cocaine getting through Addis Ababa and Muscat airports undetected before reaching Cochin.

The maximum penalty for drug smuggling is 20 years imprisonment and a fine of 200,000 rupees.
Source: New Indian Express
A Filipina was arrested by the Narcotic Control Bureau (NCB) for smuggling 4.7 kg of cocaine from Brazil via Nedumbassery airport apparently admitted that she was hired by a Brazilian drug cartel for $4,000. The NCB also received information that Torres served as a drugs carrier several times in the past. This is her first trip to India.  NCB officers found out that the suspect Jonna De Torres' passport was issued in 2013 and she was staying in Hong Kong as a domestic helper. She visited Brazil for five days and had been there in 2015. She got around $2000-$4000 for smuggling drugs. This time she was hired for $4000 US Dollars.  Sponsored Links    Investigation revealed that the drug cartel which contracted De Torres even booked the hotel in Cochin where she was supposed to stay. De Torres admitted that she had delivered the prohibited substance several times and it's her first time bringing it to India.  Her passport showed that she visited Brazil and stayed there for five days before she went to India via Addis Ababa, Ethiopia then, Muscat, Oman as recorded in her passport.    While she was in Brazil, a certain Brazilian unknown to her visited her at Sao Paulo and handed a trolley bag and a handbag.  Officer said NCB was surprised to see Torres’ baggage containing cocaine getting through Addis Ababa and Muscat airports undetected before reaching Cochin.  The maximum penalty for drug smuggling is 20 years imprisonment and a fine of 200,000 rupees.  Source: New Indian Express       Advertisement  Read More:           ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

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