Police in Costa Rica, Spain arrest kidnappers of American

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MADRID — Police in Costa Rica and Spain say they have arrested 12 people alleged to have been involved in the kidnapping of a missing American in Costa Rica. Police from both countries say that the joint operation led to the arrests of the Costa Rican suspects on Friday. William Sean Creighton Kopko, an American […]

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