Domenico Trimboli, 58, one of Italy’s most wanted mobsters and alleged leader of an important drug trafficking network, was arrested in Colombia, the international police agency Interpol said in a statement on April 26. By Dialogo May 01, 2013 Trimboli, who operated in the Natile di Careri area of Calabria, southern Italy, is suspected to have connections with Italian mafia organization the ‘Ndrangheta. “He is suspected of being one of the leaders of a criminal gang involved in drug trafficking in Italy, as well as the transport of massive amounts of cocaine and hashish,” Interpol reported. Due to information provided by the Italian police, the Colombian police were able to establish a surveillance system that led to the arrest of Trimboli, according to the same source. “Trimboli’s arrest is the result of a joint operation of Interpol’s central offices in Bogotá and Rome.