No Limit Soldiers-leader transferred to HollandPOSTED: 11/5/14 9:42 AM
St. Maarten – The prosecutor’s office transferred Urvin Wawoe to an unidentified prison in the Netherlands on Sunday, making it the third inmate to be removed from the island. Last week Sunday, Carlos Richardson was sent to the Netherlands and earlier – on July 20 – Devon Otto followed the same route. All transfers have to do with security and safety issues.
Wawoe, also known as rapper Nuto, is the leader of No Limit Soldiers, a gang based in the Kraal Specht district in ‘Curacao that has been linked to the murder of Pueblo Soberano leader Helmin Wiels. Wawoe is serving an 8-year prison sentence for cocaine and firearm possession, money laundering and membership of a criminal organization.
On September 11, Wawoe got into a fight with Carlos Richardson who threatened his life with a gun in the Pointe Blanche prison. Wawoe got the better of Richardson and injured him so severely with a makeshift machete that he had to be taken to the intensive care unit at the St. Maarten Medical Center.
Devon Otto was flown to a Dutch prison in July at his own request. A year before his transfer Carnicio Warno and Nahshon Francis attacked Otto in Pointe Blanche, injuring him severely. Francis later escaped from the prison and was shot to death by the police when he attempted to evade arrest.