U.S. Marshals Arrest Patrick Brennan at Airport on Drug Charge

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Guam – Officers from the Guam U.S. Marshal’s Service arrested Patrick Brennan Thursday afternoon at the Guam International Airport.

Brennan was  wanted for distribution of amphetamines.

READ the release from the U.S. Marshal’s in below:

 

Investigative Operations Division; International Investigations Branch

Manila, Philippines – On January 10, 2013 at approximately1330 hours, USMS District of Guam arrested Patrick Brennan upon his arrival at A.B. Won Pat International Airport. Brennan is wanted by the District of Guam for distribution of amphetamines.

In November of 2012, USMS Guam developed information that Brennan had fled to the Philippines and requested the assistance of the International Investigations Branch. A lead was sent to the Diplomatic Security Service in Manila with Brennan’s family information.

On December 27, 2012, agents from the Philippine Immigration Bureau arrested Brennan without incident in Taguig City. Brennan was transported to Manila to begin the deportation process.

On January 10, 2013, Deputy U.S. Marshals from the District of Guam escorted Brennan from Manila to Hagatna where he will be held pending his appearance in US District Court.

The successful investigation, apprehension and deportation of Brennan was a combined effort between USMS Guam, the International Investigations Branch, the Diplomatic Security Service and Philippine Immigration.

Investigative Operations Division

International Investigations Branch

 

Manila, Philippines – On January 10, 2013 at approximately1330 hours, USMS District of Guam arrested Patrick Brennan upon his arrival at A.B. Won Pat International Airport. Brennan is wanted by the District of Guam for distribution of amphetamines.

 

In November of 2012, USMS Guam developed information that Brennan had fled to the Philippines and requested the assistance of the International Investigations Branch. A lead was sent to the Diplomatic Security Service in Manila with Brennan’s family information.

 

On December 27, 2012, agents from the Philippine Immigration Bureau arrested Brennan without incident in Taguig City. Brennan was transported to Manila to begin the deportation process.

 

On January 10, 2013, Deputy U.S. Marshals from the District of Guam escorted Brennan from Manila to Hagatna where he will be held pending his appearance in US District Court.

 

The successful investigation, apprehension and deportation of Brennan was a combined effort between USMS Guam, the International Investigations Branch, the Diplomatic Security Service and Philippine Immigration.