Dudus Under heavy police guard at Norman Manley IA Featured

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Christopher 'Dudus' Coke is reportedly now at the Norman Manley International airport under a heavy police guard as he is being escorted by US marshals to the United States where he will face a battery of criminal charges that include conspiracy to traffic cocaine. Inclement weather may delay his arrival in New York later today.


Dudus was turned over to U.S. authorities for extradition. Coke, also known as Dudus, is expected to arrive in New York early this evening, barring weather delays.

Coke, who was wanted by the Southern District of New York on drug and weapons charges, was captured by Jamaican police on the outskirts of Kingston. His attorney had contacted U.S. authorities on Monday advising that Coke was considering turning himself in to the U.S.

The 2009 U.S. indictment of Coke charges that he shipped firearms back to Jamaica from the U.S.

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