César “El abusador” is not among wanted by Interpol

Santo Domingo, DR. – The International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) has not yet put drug traffickers César Emilio Peralta (El Abusador) on its list of criminal fugitive criminals, despite the fact that the Attorney General’s Office reported on August 22 that placed international red alert.

According to the director of Communications of the Attorney General’s Office, Julieta Tejada, the Dominican authorities placed the alert days before the raids were carried out in several of their properties.

The Dominican authorities are in search of César El Abusador since last August 20 since, according to the Attorney General’s Office, he was leading a drug trafficking network that was discovered after an operation carried out by the authorities.

The United States included El Abusador in its blacklist of drug traffickers and there it is known as “King of Cocaine.”

So far, the Public Ministry has occupied more than 20 buildings and more than 10 vehicles of César el Abusador.

Within those buildings is a yacht that is anchored at the Navy pier in Sans Souci.

The ones that do appear

Those that appear on the wanted list are Pedro Alejandro Paniagua Castillo (Quirinito), Milcíades de Jesús Santana and Marco Aurelio Giuseppe Streit.


Argenis Contreras

Interpol still has Argenis Contreras on its list, accused of participating in the murder of lawyer Yuniol Ramírez, although he is imprisoned in New York.

Quirinito “Quirinito” is wanted for leaving the prison where he was serving a sentence for several murders.

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