Moroccan authorities recently handed over to the United States an American wanted by the courts since 2014, facing 5 counts of sexual abuse of minors.
The extradition took place, according to a statement released last week by the Attorney General of Adams County, Colorado, by Moroccan authorities for the FBI Extradition Team.
The 52-year-old was remanded to Adams County Jail, to appear in the same county court on Friday February 17.
The accused had managed to escape before appearing before a hearing in May 2014, where he has been pursued since that time without knowing where he is, before being arrested in Morocco, according to the source which expresses, in the same statement, its appreciation for the efforts of the Moroccan authorities for their contribution to the process.
The operation comes just days after Moroccan authorities handed over to their American counterpart a fiftieth man facing a series of charges, including bank fraud, tax evasion and money laundering, punishable by 30 years in prison. and a fine of up to one million euros. dollars.