Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Rayo-Montano used a "vast array of vessels" to smuggle tons of cocaine to the United States and Europe, according to the DEA. Rayo-Montano and over 100 others were arrested in 2006. The charges included money laundering and conspiracy and possession with intent to distribute cocaine. The DEA said that over the course of its three-year investigation, it seized 52 tons of cocaine and nearly $70 million in assets. Rayo-Montano is now in custody in Brazil awaiting extradition to the U.S.