BREAKING: 3 Year Manhunt Ends After Homeland Security Makes Bust On Most Wanted Fugitive


Posted by Dean James at Right Wing Tribune

Nearly 3-year manhunt ends in arrest of HSI most wanted fugitive

DETROIT – ICE Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) special agents and deputies with the U.S. Marshals Service announced that the accused leader of a sophisticated human trafficking and narcotics distribution operation in Detroit was arrested this evening in Monroe, Michigan.

Darrick Bell, 50, aka Tone or Ghost, a U.S. citizen, was the subject of a nearly three-year manhunt, following the takedown of a large-scale human trafficking operation at the now-demolished Victory Inn Motel in Detroit.

He was arrested at the Econo Lodge in Monroe. Authorities found nearly $12,000 and a quantity of suspected cocaine in Bell’s motel room. Authorities also arrested a female defendant who is facing drug charges.

Bell and five other defendants were charged in a 9-count indictment with trafficking in persons, drug trafficking, money laundering, extortion collection and conspiracy, among other charges.

He allegedly absconded before nearly 200 law enforcement personnel descended on the Victory Inn in Detroit January 2017, in one the largest human trafficking enforcement operations in the city’s history.

The sophisticated operation at the motel allegedly was manned by lookouts and armed enforcers.

HSI special agents and deputy U.S. Marshals are actively investigating persons who aided and abetted Bell to evade capture.


We want to thank the brave men and women who have dedicated their lives to keeping America safe 365 days a year.

Join us at SPREELY if you want REAL NEWS without the leftist censorship!

Dean James at Right Wing Tribune

God Bless.

Please take a moment and consider sharing this article with your friends and family. Thank you, we appreciate it!

Be the first to comment on "BREAKING: 3 Year Manhunt Ends After Homeland Security Makes Bust On Most Wanted Fugitive"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.