I’m a quiet household man however I’ve been arrested thrice and almost DEPORTED – it’s all due to my identify

I’m a quiet family man but I’ve been arrested three times and nearly DEPORTED – it’s all because of my name

A MAN who lives peacefully as a quiet household man has been arrested thrice and almost deported, simply due to his identify.

Colombian Rene Martinez Gutierrez, 46, lives along with his household and has no felony document.


Rene Martínez Gutierrez has been arrested thrice merely due to his identify regardless that he has no felony document[/caption]

Nonetheless he has been detained thrice within the final 13 years just because he shares the identical identify as a Peruvian drug vendor with quite a few arrest warrants out for him, each in his nation and abroad.

He was final arrested when he returned to Columbia to go to his dad and he was approached by Interpol officers as he arrived on the airport.

Gutierrez has been in jail ever since.

His first arrest occurred in 2010 when he visited an area police station in Bogota to ask for his judicial document so he might begin a enterprise.

When cops checked his document, they discovered that Gutierrez had a global arrest warrant in Peru.

After being launched having been locked up for eight days, Gutierrez went to the Peruvian Embassy to search out out why he had been arrested.

Officers stated they didn’t know why it had occurred, however they assumed it was as a result of he had the identical identify as a widely known felony.

Columbian officers then arrested him once more in 2011, this time spending two months in jail, within the notorious La Picota jail.

He had been referred to as to a Bogota police station to make a press release after his office had been robbed.

However when cops checked his identify within the database, they as soon as once more mistook him for the needed Peruvian drug baron.

His spouse, Yesenia Contreras, informed El Tiempo: “His identify and date of beginning coincided with an individual who was needed for being an confederate to a person who transported 20 kilos of cocaine embedded in a tv in Peru in 2006.

“I virtually died. Then, they gave me his pockets, his mobile phone and the marriage band and so they took him to the dungeons.”

After managing to show his innocence, Gutierrez and his household left Columbia and went to the US, the place he lived for a decade.

Earlier this month although he returned in an effort to say goodbye to his sick father however was as soon as once more detained by the authorities.

Interpol brokers boarded the airplane proper after it stopped on the airport runway, requested for his ID and after confirming his identify, escorted him away.

He’s at present being held within the Los Martires police station.

His sister informed Noticias Caracol: “They didn’t give him the chance on Saturday morning when he arrived in Colombia to reach in Colombia, on the airplane they requested for his ID, Interpol entered and arrested my brother.”