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Neighbors Dismantle Crack House After SWAT Raid in Costa Rica

Residents of an immigrant community mostly populated by Nicaraguan families in Costa Rica reclaimed a dwelling formerly used as a dangerous “bunker,” a crack house or drug den, after a police operation. According to a press release issued by the Ministry of Public Security, officers from the Operational Support Group (Spanish initials: GAO) and from other tactical teams were assembled to raid the crack house after complaints from neighbors. In Costa Rica, officers assigned to GAO are men and women trained in duties such as: crowd control, serving high-risk warrants, being part of special weapons and tactics (SWAT) teams, public…

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