The Colombian drug lords Miguel Rodriguez Orejuela, 63, and Gilberto Rodriguez Orejuela, 67, entered guilty pleas and were ushered off to federal prison for the next 30 years -- no Miami Vice-like dramatics, no bodies riddled with gunfire in the manner of Medellin rival Pablo Escobar. Aiding U. For years he had protected the bosses, their wives and children. Then, he crossed them. Federal prosecutor Edward R. The man has lost much of what he once took for granted: his home, his country, his name, even his past.
North Las Vegas woman, 19, accused of sex trafficking of minor
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The indictment, filed in U. An athletic department official said the school was not aware of any current student-athletes being under suspicion in the case. The official added that the school was cooperating with the Department of Justice and would conduct its own review to determine the proper steps to take to address the situation. An athletic department official said the school could not comment on students or prospective students.
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A portrait of victim Martha Anaya, left, is displayed on a table as her mother, Herlinda Salcedo, cries while looking at a computer that she used to try to find her. A portrait of victim Martha Anaya, left, is displayed on a table as her daughter Melody, 13, right, and mother, Herlinda Salcedo, look at a computer that they used to try to find her in Santa Ana. Anaya, a sex worker, is alleged to have been slain by a two men who are under arrest. Anaya's family was heavily using social media in their efforts to discover her fate. Until officers told Salcedo her second-eldest child, Martha Anaya, had been killed, Salcedo held out hope of seeing her alive.
A North Las Vegas woman has been arrested on suspicion of trafficking a youth for the purposes of prostitution, police said. Alexandra Marquez Salcedo, 19, was booked May 21 at the Clark County Detention Center on suspicion of sex trafficking, child abuse neglect and living from the earnings of a prostitute. A woman called police March 21 and said she believed a youth for whom she is a legal guardian was involved in prostitution, the officer said. The youth told authorities that Marquez Salcedo would post prostitution advertisements online for her and that the youth would then engage in sex acts and give the money to Marquez Salcedo.