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Police in Colombia have four men in custody, each suspected of killing a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agent last week in what authorities say was a botched robbery. The suspects could be extradited to the United States to face trial in the murder of 42-year-old James “Terry” Watson, officials said Tuesday.

Watson, a Louisiana native, was in the capital of Bogota, heading home in a cab after watching the NBA final Thursday, when his car was blocked by another taxi. Two suspects rushed him, he was stabbed and left on the street, police said. A passing patrol car took him to a nearby clinic where he died.

Authorities said the suspects were identified from security camera footage.

Read more at Officer.com.

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