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Criminal group leader returned to Texas on charges of trafficking cocaine from Mexico

Mexico City, Mexico — A Mexican man wanted in a West Texas court has been extradited to the U.S. On Sunday, Adán “S” was handed over to U.S. Federal Agents at the Mexico City airport for his return to Texas to face drug trafficking charges.

The Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) of Mexico said Adán “S” has been identified as the leader of a criminal group responsible for trafficking large amounts of cocaine from Mexico to the United States.

Subsequently, as a result of the efforts of the FGR, the Government of Mexico granted extradition of the defendant to the Government of the United States.

Adán “S” was transferred from the Federal Center for Social Readaptation No. 5 “Oriente” in Villa Aldama, Veracruz, to the Mexico City International Airport where he was met by the U.S. agents.