23 Jun, 2022 @ 15:30
1 min read

‘Brazilian Escobar’ who faked Covid death in Marbella busted in Budapest 

Policia Nacional Wiki Commons
Credit: Wiki Commons

ONE of Brazil’s biggest drug traffickers who faked his own death in Marbella has been arrested in Budapest.

Known as the ‘Brazilian Escobar’, Sergio Roberto Carvalho was arrested in 2018 for trafficking 1,700kg of cocaine into Spain.

However, he evaded justice after faking his own death from Covid-19 during the pandemic lockdown, when a Marbella court was tricked into accepting a fake death certificate.

The gangster has also been wanted by the Portuguese authorities since 2020, and it is believed he has spent the last few years travelling around Europe using fake identities. 

A former military man, Carvalho is considered one of the most wanted men in the world, and has finally been busted in Hungary two years after faking his death on Spain’s Costa del Sol.

READ MORE:

La Liga's Valencia Football Club In Spain Unveils Plans To Finish Off Abandoned New Stadium Project That Started In 2007
Previous Story

Valencia CF in Spain unveils plan to finish off abandoned new stadium project that started in 2007

Flickr Formula One
Next Story

Madrid wants Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix to move from Barcelona to Spain’s capital

Latest from Crime & Law

Go toTop

More From The Olive Press

Benidorm brothel that exploited women round-the-clock is raided by police with four victims rescued

Benidorm brothel exploited vulnerable women round-the-clock with four victims rescued by police

FOUR women have been rescued by the Policia Nacional in
Spain's top supermarket Mercadona announces €150m in food price cuts including olive oil

Spain’s top supermarket Mercadona announces €150m in food price cuts including olive oil

SPAIN’S leading supermarket in terms of market share- Mercadona- says