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  1. Guttz
    One of the UK's most wanted fugitives has been arrested in Spain.

    Dennis O'Brien, from Liverpool, is suspected of leading a gang which plotted to import £166 million of cocaine into the UK from Peru.

    The 62-year-old was found at a Costa del Sol bar on Saturday after a joint operation by the British Serious Organised Crime Agency (Soca) and Spanish police.

    He is one of the fugitives featured in Operation Captura - Crimestoppers' campaign to trace suspected British criminals who are on the run in Spain.

    Police caught up with O'Brien at the Trafalgar Bar, in Calahonda, a coastal town between Marbella and Fuengirola.

    A spokesman said: "Dennis Patrick O'Brien was arrested on Saturday in Calahonda in the Costa del Sol.

    "The arrest was part of an ongoing operation by the Spanish National Police and the UK's Serious Organised Crime Agency targeting bars in the region which are known to be regular haunts of criminals."

    O'Brien fled the country in 2005 before he could be put on trial for his alleged role in a conspiracy to supply 1.6 tonnes of cocaine.

    His son James Kelly, from Garston, Liverpool, was jailed at Liverpool Crown Court for 19 years in March 2007 for his part in the same trafficking plot.

    The investigation led police from Peru to England, via Rotterdam, Madrid and Amsterdam, and even saw gang members tailed to Hong Kong and Dubai.

    Wednesday, 22 December 2010


  1. Killa Weigha
    Ha, ha, ha. An Englishman hiding out in an English pub while on the lamb. None too bright was e?
  2. mickey_bee
    There are a shitload of british themed pubs on the costa del sol - in fact the area is basically a bit of Britain now, along with some dutch and germans.

    All the same anyone who plans large scale international drug smuggling has to be pretty clever just to get the idea off the ground.

    The place is also a new head of operations zone for alot of UK traffickers, he may well have been setting up something else when he got busted. Who knows.
    Always breaks my heart when a trafficker with ambition and potential gets banged up..... specially if they're from Liverpool, which they normally are...
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