The Colombian drug dealer, Oscar Alcantara Gonzalez, a.k.a. “the fly“, leader of the band “La Cordillera” and detained in Quito on March 6, had an Ecuadorian identity card and acquired it by presenting himself as a refugee, status which managed to get through the Ecuadorian Foreign Ministry.
That is how he spent three years in Quito, directing operations within our country. His purpose was to extend his networks to other cities, especially Guayaquil. He is accused of several murders using hired killers.
Colonel Freddy Ramos, deputy director of the National Narcotics Police Department, revealed that La Cordillera had presence only in the main port of Guayaquil, while in Quito, they controlled the sale of drugs in the main streets of the capital, realizing profits of up to $ 600,000 a month.
The modus operandi of the gang was based on locating other drug dealers and later kill them, thus controlling their sale areas.
In the operation to catch the fly, eight properties were raided and 30 kilos of cocaine, $ 33,785, three cars, a scooter, five firearms and 23 phones were seized.
According to authorities, the fly was deported to Colombia, where he was required to answer for the crimes of drug trafficking and murder.