Why the Escobar paradise liquor bar vanished
The Escobar casino resort in Colombia has disappeared, according to a Colombian official.
The official said Monday that the resort closed its doors at about 4 p.m. on Saturday, the same day a police raid by federal police had been carried out in the resort.
Officials said the casino was closed because of security concerns.
In a statement, the resort’s owners said they have “not heard anything from the authorities regarding any of the information they are trying to collect on the resort.”
Colombian officials said the Escorobars resort has been under investigation since late 2014, when it was accused of smuggling cocaine into Colombia and trafficking drug trafficking proceeds.
In late 2016, a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent arrested Escobar’s brother, Guillermo, and four other men.
The officials said investigators believe that Guillerma Escobar, who has been in custody in the U.N. safe house in Colombia since 2013, was in contact with a U,S.
government informant who helped arrange the cocaine smuggling operation and that Guillaume Escobar had been in contact for at least three years with a Colombian national who provided information to the DEA.
Officials also said Guillermescobar and his brother are believed to be in contact on a daily basis.
They declined to elaborate.
Escobar family spokesman Jorge Mendez said the family is cooperating with U.s. authorities and is cooperating in the ongoing investigation.
The family has a history of drug smuggling, according.
Colombian officials say Guillerme Escobar was arrested in January 2017 and extradited to the U., where he was accused in the deaths of three U. S. soldiers in an April 2016 drug attack.
He was later sentenced to more than 35 years in prison.
Guillermos was charged in December 2018 with conspiring to supply cocaine to the Colombian military, a charge he has denied.
He has also been accused of laundering drug proceeds.
Guillaumes brother was extradited in May 2019 to the United States to face a charge of conspiracy to distribute cocaine, according in the DEA indictment.
A U.A.E. spokesman said that the family had cooperated with the DEA, and the family members are cooperating with the U,A.S., government.