Tuesday, April 14, 2015

U.S. Marshals Arrest Former Haiti Deputy For Cocaine Trafficking

U.S. Marshals arrest former Haiti Deputy for Cocaine Trafficking
Limongy Jean Broward County mugshot
Limongy Jean Broward County mugshot
FORT LAUDERDALE, USA (sentinel.ht) - U.S. Marshals arrested the adjoint director of the PIHDH for the Martelly/Lamothe/Paul governments, former deputy Limongy Jean, Friday in Broward County for cocaine trafficking.

Limongy Samson Jean, 56, was captured by the US Marshals service and is currently being held at the Broward county main jail without bond as he is pending trial.

He is said by Le Petit Goaivien, a newspaper from the town where he was deputy, to have been working for the Martelly/Lamothe and Martelly/Paul governments as the adjoint director for the Identification and Documentation of Haitian Immigrants (PIDIH) program but The Sentinel has not been able to confirm that.

PIHDH was tasked with providing identifying documents to Haitian nationals and descendants living in the Dominican Republic.

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