Had agreed to be an informant, but removed the GPS tracker and fled

Posted BY: Bronson Winslow
Daily Caller News Foundation

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has lost track of a captured drug mule after failing to properly surveil him while he worked as an informant, according to NBC News.

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David Maldonado was arrested in June for transporting 114 pounds of fentanyl in Colorado and later agreed to assist investigators in finding other traffickers in South Bend, Indiana, where the drugs were headed, NBC News reported. On the way to the deal, Maldonado was able to locate and remove the GPS tracker from his car, losing the DEA agents in pursuit.

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