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past of 'cocaine cowboys' pilot may come back to haunt him


miami — the colorful past of a pilot who flew loads of drugs for colombian cartels during miami's "cocaine cowboys" era may come back to haunt him in an auto fraud case.a judge is to hold a hearing friday on a request by prosecutors to use as evidence 72-year-old mickey munday's open bragging about his past in interviews, social media posts and in the documentary "cocaine cowboys."prosecutors say it's relevant because munday's alleged role in the auto fraud ring was transporting the vehicles, similar to his work in the 1980s for pablo escobar's medellin cartel and later the cali cartel.munday's auto fraud trial is set to begin tuesday.he served about nine years in prison during the 1990s after pleading guilty to smuggling charges involving many tons of cocaine.






us: ‘cocaine cowboy’ pilot’s past evidence in car fraud case


miami (ap) — the colorful past of a pilot who flew loads of drugs for colombian cartels during miami’s “cocaine cowboys” era may come back to haunt him in an auto fraud case.a judge is to hold a hearing friday on a request by prosecutors to use as evidence 72-year-old mickey munday’s open bragging about his past in interviews, social media posts and in the documentary “cocaine cowboys.”prosecutors say it’s relevant because munday’s alleged role in the auto fraud ring was transporting the vehicles, similar to his work in the 1980s for pablo escobar’s medellin cartel and later the cali cartel.munday’s auto fraud trial is set to begin tuesday.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.he served about nine years in prison during the 1990s after pleading guilty to smuggling charg






'cocaine cowboy' who was on lam 26 years set to be arraigned


miami — after 26 years on the lam, a man dubbed by investigators as one of miami's last "cocaine cowboys" is set to enter a plea to drug trafficking charges.an arraignment hearing is set friday for 55-year-old gustavo falcon. he's expected to plead not guilty to a 1991 indictment charging him with taking part in a major cocaine smuggling operation during the 1980s.falcon vanished in 1991 when he, his older brother augusto "willie" falcon, salvador "sal" magluta and others were originally charged. the gang purportedly smuggled at least 75 tons of cocaine into the u.s. and made some $2 billion during the hyper-violent "miami vice" era.falcon was arrested by u.s. marshals in april near orlando, where he lived under an assumed name with his wife.






past of 'cocaine cowboys' pilot may come back to haunt him


miami — the colorful past of a pilot who has long bragged about flying loads of drugs for colombian cartels during miami's "cocaine cowboys" era in the 1980s may come back to haunt him in an auto fraud case.a federal judge agreed friday to let prosecutors use as evidence much of mickey munday's open bragging about his past in media interviews, social media posts and in the 2006 documentary "cocaine cowboys." but u.s. district judge robert scola ruled that most direct drug references can't be introduced."i'm trying to minimize the term 'cocaine cowboy' being used," scola said at a hearing. "it's very prejudicial."what scola will allow in the auto fraud trial, which starts tuesday, are references munday frequently made about his prowess as a pilot, driver and boat captain. prosecutors say it






lawyer: last 'cocaine cowboy' to plead not guilty


miami — the attorney for a man investigators call the last of miami's "cocaine cowboys" says he'll plead not guilty to drug smuggling after 26 years as a fugitive.lawyer howard srebnick said outside court tuesday that 55-year-old gustavo falcon will formally enter the plea may 11. falcon was arrested this month near orlando, where he had been living under an assumed name with his wife.falcon vanished in 1991 when he, his older brother augusto "willie" falcon, salvador "sal" magluta and others were charged in a major federal indictment. the gang allegedly smuggled at least 75 tons of cocaine into the u.s. and made some $2 billion during the hyper-violent "miami vice" era.gustavo falcon could spend the rest of his life in prison if convicted on a cocaine conspiracy charge.






'cocaine cowboy' who was on lam 26 years pleads not guilty


miami — after 26 years on the lam, a man dubbed by investigators as one of miami's last "cocaine cowboys" has pleaded not guilty to decades-old drug trafficking charges.the plea was entered at a hearing friday by the attorney for 55-year-old gustavo falcon, who stood nearby in shackles. falcon is charged in a 1991 indictment claiming he was part of a major cocaine smuggling operation during the 1980s.falcon vanished in 1991 when he, his older brother augusto "willie" falcon, salvador "sal" magluta and others were originally charged. the gang purportedly smuggled at least 75 tons of cocaine into the u.s., earning some $2 billion during the hyper-violent "miami vice" era.falcon was arrested by u.s. marshals in april near orlando, where he lived under an assumed name with his wife.






last of the notorious ‘cocaine cowboys’ arrested in florida


miami (ap) — the last of south florida’s “cocaine cowboys” has been arrested — some 26 years after he went on the lam — while on a 40-mile bike ride with his wife near the orlando suburb where they apparently lived under assumed names.the miami herald (http://hrld.us/2o8mtxs ) reports gustavo “taby” falcon, 55, was booked into the orange county jail wednesday evening and is charged with smuggling tons of cocaine into the united states in the 1980s along with his notorious brother, augusto “willie” falcon.he is expected at a first appearance hearing in orlando on thursday and likely will be transferred to miami.the organization was linked to dozens of murders and shootings. the 2006 documentary “cocaine cowboys” detailed suitcases full of cash, hit men with machine guns, drug-laden speedboa






after 26 years, last 'cocaine cowboy' back in miami court


miami — the last of the "cocaine cowboys" who investigators say smuggled vast amounts of the drug into the u.s. is due back in a miami courtroom 26 years after fleeing an indictment.court records show 55-year-old gustavo falcon will appear tuesday afternoon. falcon was arrested earlier this month near orlando, where he had been living under an assumed name with his wife.falcon vanished in 1991 when he, his older brother augusto "willie" falcon, salvador "sal" magluta and others were charged in a major federal indictment. the gang purportedly smuggled at least 75 tons of cocaine into the u.s. and made some $2 billion during the hyperviolent "miami vice" era.gustavo falcon faces a cocaine conspiracy charge that carries a potential life prison sentence. he has not yet entered a plea.






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last of drug-smuggling 'cocaine cowboys' arrested in florida


miami — a quarter-century after he vanished on the eve of a major drug indictment, the last of miami's fabled "cocaine cowboys" was in custody thursday, nabbed on a suburban bike ride with his wife near disney world.prosecutors say the man living under an assumed name is gustavo "taby" falcon, who was part of a homegrown drug gang that used super-fast speedboats to smuggle 75 tons of cocaine in the 1980s "miami vice" era.falcon, 55, had been on the lam since 1991, when his older brother augusto "willie" falcon and fellow drug kingpin salvador "sal" magluta were indicted by a federal grand jury. u.s. marshals spokesman barry golden said investigators were surprised to find him living in a typical pink stucco home in a quiet, middle-class kissimmee suburb."nobody thought gustavo falcon was s






last of the notorious ‘cocaine cowboys’ arrested in florida


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20 indicted in federal crack cocaine conspiracy case


twenty people from gary were indicted in a federal crack cocaine conspiracy case, the u.s. attorney's office for the northern district of indiana announced tuesday.according to the u.s. attorney's office, those indicted and their charges include:• antonio walton, aka "buck," 40: conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine• yahtzee harris, aka "black," 38: conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine, possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine, being a felon in possession of a firearm, possession of a firearm in furtherance of drug trafficking crime• claude tate, 49: conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine, two counts of distribution of crack cocaine• dujuana dubose, 44: conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine, distribution of crack cocaine• john tyson, 55: conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine






rams and cowboys tied 3-3 after the first quarter


the first quarter flew by, and the rams and dallas cowboys are tied 3-3.the cowboys are testing cornerback trumaine johnson, who is matched against dez bryant. bryant has caught two passes for 50 yards.and the cowboys are keeping an eye on running back todd gurley. gurley has rushed for 14 yards in three carries and has caught one pass for four yards.






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dallas cowboys take de taco charlton of michigan with 28th pick


no. 28 dallas cowboys: taco charlton, de, michigancharlton, who suffered an ankle injury in the first half of last season’s opener against hawaii, played in 10 ½ games last fall and had 9 ½ sacks.quick take: the cowboys liked barnett, harris and mckinley, too. they need to ramp up their pass rush, and charlton helps.






alleged “cocaine cowboy” gustavo falcon caught after 26 years on the run


orlando – one of the suspected “cocaine cowboys” – on the run for more than a quarter of a century – has been arrested in kissimmee, florida, reports cbs miami.gustavo falcon was booked wednesday evening at the orange county jail.falcon was indicted in 1991 along with his infamous drug kingpin brother willyfalcon and co-defendant sal magluta.federal authorities originally accused the falcon-magluta organization of smuggling 75 tons of cocaine, worth more than $2 billion, into the united states between 1978 and 1991.willy falcon and magluta were convicted in what was at the time miami’s biggest drug smuggling case, and are both currently in federal prison.gustavo falcon, nicknamed “tabby,” had been a fugitive ever since.he had been rumored to be living in cuba, but was arrested wednesday af






cowboys will break out new uniform look vs. giants


for first time in history, cowboys will wear combination of navy jerseys with white pants.        






falcons gm thomas dimitroff has risen from a humble football beginning to potent


would the outcome of the nfc championship game be different if the dallas cowboys had played the atlanta falcons instead of the green bay packers? just ask cowboys standout dez bryant.the star wide receiver and pro bowler believes that the cowboys are the “only team” that could have defeated the... (eduardo gonzalez)






report: man gets 16 years in prison for cocaine trafficking


richmond, va. (ap) — a panamanian man who authorities say ran an international cocaine trafficking ring has been sentenced to 16 years in prison.the richmond times-dispatch reports that 48-year-old javier king ariano apologized at friday’s sentencing hearing and said he “committed a great sin.”authorities say ariano led an operation that brought cocaine aboard ships into u.s. ports. judge henry e. hudson said the defendant was responsible for bringing 125 pounds of cocaine into the u.s.prosecutors said ariano shipped more than 40 kilograms (85 pounds) of cocaine to charleston, south carolina, last march. authorities replaced 2 kilograms (4.4 pounds) with tracking devices before the drugs could be delivered to couriers. the drugs were seized in virginia.most read storiesunlimited digital ac






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the offenses for the eagles and dallas cowboys are playing like it's a meaningless game on a frigid day in philadelphia. the eagles and cowboys are scoreless at halftime. it's the first time both teams were scoreless in the first half in a philadelphia game since sept. 20, 1998, at arizona. that was a 17-3 loss for the eagles. it's the first such game for the cowboys since nov. 3, 2002, at detroit. the lions were 9-7 winners in that one. 






upon further review: jason garrett failed cowboys by abandoning offense's i


the cowboys coach made the puzzling decision to move away from the run game against the falcons.        






'blocker' could help fight cocaine addiction


andrew norman, uc college of medicine professor, in his laboratory.(photo: provided) 104 connectlinkedinemailmorecincinnati — university of cincinnati researchers have developed an immunotherapy that could be the first fda-approved medication to block the effects of cocaine.cocaine has increasingly played a role in the opioid and heroin epidemic nationally. it's often a secondary drug choice of those who use heroin and prescription painkillers, which are synthetic opiates.andrew norman, a professor in the department of pharmacology and cell biophysics at the uc college of medicine, has led the development of an antibody that can block cocaine's effects on users.do you tell your kids about your past drug use?"this will not be a magic bullet," norman said. but, he added, the injectable antib






'blocker' could help fight cocaine addiction


andrew norman, uc college of medicine professor, in his laboratory.(photo: provided) 94 connectlinkedinemailmorecincinnati — university of cincinnati researchers have developed an immunotherapy that could be the first fda-approved medication to block the effects of cocaine.cocaine has increasingly played a role in the opioid and heroin epidemic nationally. it's often a secondary drug choice of those who use heroin and prescription painkillers, which are synthetic opiates.andrew norman, a professor in the department of pharmacology and cell biophysics at the uc college of medicine, has led the development of an antibody that can block cocaine's effects on users.do you tell your kids about your past drug use?"this will not be a magic bullet," norman said. but, he added, the injectable antibo






'blocker' could help fight cocaine addiction


andrew norman, uc college of medicine professor, in his laboratory.(photo: provided) 96 connectlinkedinemailmorecincinnati — university of cincinnati researchers have developed an immunotherapy that could be the first fda-approved medication to block the effects of cocaine.cocaine has increasingly played a role in the opioid and heroin epidemic nationally. it's often a secondary drug choice of those who use heroin and prescription painkillers, which are synthetic opiates.andrew norman, a professor in the department of pharmacology and cell biophysics at the uc college of medicine, has led the development of an antibody that can block cocaine's effects on users.do you tell your kids about your past drug use?"this will not be a magic bullet," norman said. but, he added, the injectable antibo






'blocker' could help fight cocaine addiction


andrew norman, uc college of medicine professor, in his laboratory.(photo: provided) 97 connectlinkedinemailmorecincinnati — university of cincinnati researchers have developed an immunotherapy that could be the first fda-approved medication to block the effects of cocaine.cocaine has increasingly played a role in the opioid and heroin epidemic nationally. it's often a secondary drug choice of those who use heroin and prescription painkillers, which are synthetic opiates.andrew norman, a professor in the department of pharmacology and cell biophysics at the uc college of medicine, has led the development of an antibody that can block cocaine's effects on users.do you tell your kids about your past drug use?"this will not be a magic bullet," norman said. but, he added, the injectable antibo






'blocker' could help fight cocaine addiction


andrew norman, uc college of medicine professor, in his laboratory.(photo: provided) 92 connectlinkedinemailmorecincinnati — university of cincinnati researchers have developed an immunotherapy that could be the first fda-approved medication to block the effects of cocaine.cocaine has increasingly played a role in the opioid and heroin epidemic nationally. it's often a secondary drug choice of those who use heroin and prescription painkillers, which are synthetic opiates.andrew norman, a professor in the department of pharmacology and cell biophysics at the uc college of medicine, has led the development of an antibody that can block cocaine's effects on users.do you tell your kids about your past drug use?"this will not be a magic bullet," norman said. but, he added, the injectable antibo






'blocker' could help fight cocaine addiction


andrew norman, uc college of medicine professor, in his laboratory.(photo: provided) 104 connectlinkedinemailmorecincinnati — university of cincinnati researchers have developed an immunotherapy that could be the first fda-approved medication to block the effects of cocaine.cocaine has increasingly played a role in the opioid and heroin epidemic nationally. it's often a secondary drug choice of those who use heroin and prescription painkillers, which are synthetic opiates.andrew norman, a professor in the department of pharmacology and cell biophysics at the uc college of medicine, has led the development of an antibody that can block cocaine's effects on users.do you tell your kids about your past drug use?"this will not be a magic bullet," norman said. but, he added, the injectable antib






man sits in jail when drywall powder is mistaken for cocaine


oviedo, fla. — a florida man spent 90 days in jail after police officers who stopped him for driving without headlights said white powder found in his car was cocaine.but karlos cashe walked out of jail last week after lab results determined the powder in the handyman's car was actually drywall.cashe tells wftv he repeatedly told officers in oviedo the substance was drywall. but after running a check they found he was on probation for marijuana and cocaine charges in 2015. cashe says a k-9 alerted on his vehicle and an officer's field test was positive for cocaine.court records show he was denied bond because he was accused of violating probation.it took nearly three months for lab test results, which were negative for cocaine.






man sits in jail when drywall power is mistaken for cocaine


oviedo, fla. (ap) — a florida man spent 90 days in jail after police officers who stopped him for driving without headlights said white powder found in his car was cocaine.but karlos cashe walked out of jail last week after lab results determined the powder in the handyman’s car was actually drywall.cashe tells wftv he repeatedly told officers in oviedo the substance was drywall. but after running a check they found he was on probation for marijuana and cocaine charges in 2015. cashe says a k-9 alerted on his vehicle and an officer’s field test was positive for cocaine.court records show he was denied bond because he was accused of violating probation.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.it took nearly three months for lab test results, which were negative for cocaine.






cowboys get stuffed, sliced by chargers in third straight loss


dallas ended its 10-quarter touchdown drought, but the cowboys still didn't have enough to measure up with the chargers.        






coast guard unloads $500m in cocaine from 20 seizures


fort lauderdale, fla. — the u.s. coast guard unloaded cocaine in south florida worth nearly $500 million from 20 separate seizures in the eastern pacific ocean.coast guard officials said in a news release thursday the seizures totaled about 18.5 tons (about 18.8 metric tons) of cocaine. the recently seized drugs were brought to port everglades by the cutter hamilton.authorities say the cocaine was intercepted along the central and south american coasts by coast guard cutters and a royal canadian navy ship sailing with a coast guard team aboard. the eastern pacific is a prime smuggling route for cocaine headed to mexico, where it is typically brought into the u.s.numerous suspected smugglers are being prosecuted by u.s. attorneys in california, along the east coast and elsewhere as a result






manhasset dermatologist did cocaine before fatal overdose, defense says


advertisement | advertise on newsdaymanhasset dermatologist kiersten rickenbach cerveny, who died of an overdose in a case that led to charges in connection with her death, used cocaine the night she died, according to a defense letter. (credit: facebook) a manhasset dermatologist traveled with her own cocaine stash and was seen doing lines of the narcotic at a bar and hotel room the night she was found unconscious in the foyer of a chelsea apartment building in october 2015, according to court documents unsealed thursday.the actions of kiersten rickenbach cerveny, 38, in the hours before she died from acute alcohol and cocaine intoxication,...






vikings improve to 6-2 on thanksgiving day


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u.s. coast guard intercepts semi-submersible vessel packed with 3,800 pounds of


the interagency effort led to the arrest of three people and seizure of 3,800 pounds of cocaine.        






teacher arrested after students say she used cocaine in classroom


"i just realized that my english teacher just did cocaine," a student said.        






firefighter pleads guilty to selling cocaine at firehouse


norwalk, conn. (ap) — a former connecticut firefighter has pleaded guilty to selling cocaine at the firehouse while on duty.the norwalk hour reports that mark monroe was sentenced to three years in prison after entering the plea friday.monroe was arrested in february after selling cocaine to an undercover police officer on four separate occasions, including twice at a norwalk fire station.investigators say they found more cocaine at his home, along with numerous prescription drugs.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.monroe’s attorney says his client is very remorseful. he says the case shows that even public servants can have issues with drug abuse.






darren mcfadden to be waived by cowboys


mcfadden acknowledged on twitter his time the cowboys is over.