65-year-old Vietnamese 'drug queen’ arrested after years on the run as international fugitive

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Vũ Hoàng Oanh, a drug lord believed to be one of Vietnam's greatest "drug queens," has been arrested after evading capture in a string of arrests for over four years.
The 65-year-old woman, also known as Oanh Hà, ran a transnational drug trafficking ring that shipped hundreds of kilograms of heroin, methamphetamine and ecstasy to Vietnam. She is the sister of Dung Hà, a notorious crime boss who was murdered in 2000 by Năm Cam, another high-profile criminal Dung previously worked with.
On November 22, the Ministry of Public Security announced that Oanh, also wanted by Interpol, was arrested overseas on September 23 in an operation that lasted more than five weeks and involved more than 100 police officers and soldiers were. 131 kilograms of drugs were seized during the raid. Between September and October, 28 other people were arrested.
Her crime ring was first busted in May 2018, resulting in the arrest of seven people and the seizure of 39 packs of heroin, 30 kilograms of methamphetamine and 100,000 ecstasy pills. However, Oanh managed to escape and flee the country.
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Although Oanh was an international fugitive, authorities said she was able to recruit young criminals to keep her transnational ring alive, stretching from the Golden Triangle to Vietnam's busiest cities, including Ho Chi Minh City and the northern city of Hai Phong.
The drug dealers hid drugs in car engines and shipped them to Ho Chi Minh City. They were then transported to Pham The Anh, director of the import, export and trading company Sky House, to be sent to Hai Phong.
Anh was also among those arrested. During the arrest, the police confiscated two cars and 2 kg of drugs.
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