Lawyer of Alleged Crime Boss Denied Exit from Country Amidst Threats Against Prosecutor

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Alleged Capo “La J” Barred from Leaving the Country

The lawyer representing Joel Ambioris Pimentel Garcia, also known as “La J,” who allegedly threatened the Attorney General of the Republic, Miriam Germán Brito, has stated that State security organizations have put an impediment on his client’s ability to leave the country.

Client Claims He Hasn’t Resided in the Country for More Than Eleven Years

Despite this measure, the lawyer claims that La J has not resided in the country for more than eleven years and has made no migratory movements since then. He further maintained that his client was not the one who carried out the reported intimidation against the Attorney General.

“I have no arguments to say that they did not threaten Miriam (Germán), but that threat did not come from that person,” the lawyer said.

No Criminal Record, Lawyers Say

Displaying a document issued by the Attorney General’s Office, the lawyer asserted that Pimentel Garcia has no criminal record. “He has not been brought to justice,” he reiterated.

Operation Falcon IV Launched Against Organized Crime Organizations

Early this Tuesday morning, the Public Ministry, the National Directorate for Drug Control (DNCD), and the National Police initiated “Operation Falcon IV” against several organized crime organizations. The alleged members of these organizations are being investigated for murder and drug trafficking.

The Public Ministry, together with the National Directorate for Drug Control (DNCD) and the National Police, launched Operation Halcón IV on Tuesday, which persecutes various organized crime organizations, whose members are investigated for murder and drug trafficking.
The Public Ministry, together with the National Directorate for Drug Control (DNCD) and the National Police, launched “Operation Falcon IV” on Tuesday to investigate several organized crime organizations. Source:

Massive Military Arms Seized in Santiago Drug Raids

Operation Halcón IV Launched Jointly by Public Ministry, DNCD, and National Police

The Public Ministry, together with the National Directorate for Drug Control (DNCD) and the National Police, launched Operation Halcón IV on Tuesday in Santiago. The operation resulted in the detention of several suspects and the seizure of a large number of military-grade weapons and ammunition.

The operation was carried out in the Ensanche Bolívar, Hoyo de Bartola, El Dorado, and Hoyo del Caimito sectors of the province. According to the authorities, these areas are known to be hotspots for drug trafficking and other criminal activities.

During the operation, agents of the DNCD and National Police apprehended several individuals who are suspected of involvement in drug trafficking and other crimes. They also seized a number of firearms, including high-powered rifles, handguns, and ammunition.

Large-Scale Drug Raid

Operation Halcón IV is part of an ongoing effort by the authorities to crack down on drug trafficking and other criminal activities in the region. These operations have intensified in recent months, as authorities have sought to stem the flow of drugs and other illicit goods into the country.

The authorities have also been targeting the financial networks that support drug trafficking and other criminal enterprises. They have been working to identify and seize assets that have been acquired through illegal means, and to disrupt the flow of funds that enable these activities to continue.

The Fight Against Organized Crime Continues

The successful operation in Santiago is a testament to the dedication and hard work of the authorities involved in the fight against organized crime. Their efforts have helped to dismantle criminal networks, disrupt illegal activities, and enhance the safety and security of communities throughout the region.

Despite these successes, however, the fight against organized crime will continue. As long as there are individuals and groups who seek to profit from illegal activities, there will always be a need for law enforcement agencies to remain vigilant and proactive in their efforts to combat these threats.

Operation Falcon IV uncovers alleged criminal activity

Main suspect named as Joel Ambioris Pimentel García, known as “La J”

Authorities have uncovered alleged criminal activity as part of Operation Falcon IV, with the main suspect being identified as Joel Ambioris Pimentel García, also known as “La J”.

The operation, which involved multiple law enforcement agencies, resulted in the seizure of large amounts of contraband and the arrest of several individuals.

Investigation into Joel Ambioris Pimentel García

The investigation into Joel Ambioris Pimentel García, also known as “La J”, focused on his alleged involvement in drug trafficking and money laundering.

Authorities have been monitoring his activities for several months, and the recent operation was aimed at gathering enough evidence to make arrests and secure convictions.

Charges and potential consequences

The suspects arrested in connection with the operation are facing multiple charges, including drug trafficking, money laundering, and conspiracy.

If convicted, they could face significant prison sentences and hefty fines, highlighting the seriousness of such alleged criminal activity.

Continued efforts to fight crime

Operations like Falcon IV demonstrate the continued efforts by law enforcement agencies to combat criminal activity and keep communities safe.

It is a reminder that those who engage in such activities will be targeted and brought to justice, and serves as a warning to others who may be tempted to pursue similar paths.

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