United Kingdom's 'Pablo Escobar' released from prison after 13 years amid fears of 'drugs turf war'
Added 11-23-22 07:43:01am EST - “One of England's most notorious drug kingpins was released from jail Tuesday raising concerns about his potential return to the drug trade.” - Foxnews.com
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One of the United Kingdom’s most well-known drug kingpins, often referred to as Britain’s version of Pablo Escobar, has been released from prison raising concerns that he may return to a life of crime.
Curtis Warren, who amassed a fortune of more than $230 million through various criminal enterprises, was sentenced to 13 years in prison on marijuana trafficking charges in 2009 and was released late Tuesday from a high security prison, The Sun newspaper reported.
Some officials have voiced concerns that the 59-year-old Warren, who was at one time Interpol’s most wanted man, could re-energize the United Kingdom's crime scene once he returns to the streets.
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