A woman involved in a search and capture for three months has been arrested as she was leaving a reproduction clinic in Marbella that she had visited previously to donate eggs.
A WOMAN involved in a search and capture for three months has been arrested as she was leaving a reproduction clinic in Marbella that she had visited previously to donate eggs. The woman, 26, had three legal claims against her, including drug trafficking and theft. Local Police had followed the woman and on Tuesday, June 8, she was located and arrested.
The woman, who resides in the Malaga district of Palma-Palmilla, is known to police because of previous criminal records. Local Police had begun investigations around the Costa del Sol but had been unable to locate her. The woman was found after officers of the Marbella Headquarters noticed a woman acting suspiciously when leaving a health centre. She was then identified and arrested.
The young fugitive had accumulated three warrants since last February, with the first of them from the Provincial Court of Malaga at the beginning of the month for alleged crimes against public health and drug trafficking. Just one month later, a warrant was issued for theft. The third was issued at the end of April for another incident of theft.
The fugitive was transferred by Marbella Local Police to the National Police Station on Tuesday, June 8, and will now go to court before being sent to prison, Malaga Hoy reports.
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