7 de diciembre de 2017

ESCÁNDALO : Cae con droga dueño y personal de acreditada academia de danza

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Nogales, Az.- Dance studio operator, 2 others arrested for drug-smuggling A man who operates a local youth dance studio was arrested along with his younger brother and an instructor at the studio after they allegedly tried to smuggle a load of heroin into the United States from Mexico. Federal court records show that Eduardo Davis Lee, 29, Ruben Davis Lee, 18, and Yadira Analy Gutierrez Garcia, 22, were arrested shortly after 3 a.m. last Friday at the Dennis DeConcini Port of Entry.  

The three were traveling in a car owned by Eduardo Davis, and after a drug-sniffing dog alerted to the vehicle’s trunk area, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers discovered 14 packages of heroin weighing a total of 22 pounds. 

 According to a criminal complaint sworn out by a Homeland Security special agent, Eduardo and Ruben Davis denied any knowledge of the drug stash. Gutierrez initially denied knowing there were drugs in the car, but then changed her mind after telling officers she felt she was “being used” by Eduardo Davis. 
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 Gutierrez reportedly told the agent that all three suspects knew about the drugs, though Eduardo Davis said he thought the stash contained cocaine. She said Eduardo told her he would be paid $7,000 for successfully crossing the load, but she wouldn’t receive any of the money. 

 Gutierrez also reportedly admitted to having known about four previous drug loads that had been crossed, though she learned about one of the loads after the fact. Eduardo Davis, a resident of Rio Rico and operator of the Davis Dance Studio in Nogales, was released from federal custody on Wednesday pending trial, with the judge’s provision that he seek drug treatment. 

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His lawyer Matei Tarail declined to comment on the case. Gutierrez and Ruben Davis were ordered to remain in custody, though the judge agreed to reconsider Davis’ conditions of release during a hearing scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Thursday.