Two-time grand winner Angel Cabrera was arrested in Argentina, according to reports from Reuters in connection with charges against him.

A statement by the federal police confirmed that an arrest had taken place in Brazil on Thursday on suspicion of crimes between 2016 and 2020 in Argentina. Cabrera’s name was not confirmed in the statement, but diplomats confirmed it was a golfer.

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Consul Claudio Gutierrez said Cabrera had been arrested in an extradition trial in a suburb of Rio, with the golf star named on Interpol’s red list. Police confirmed that a 51-year-old Argentine was detained in an apartment in the Leblon district of Rio.

Known as “El Pato”, the player became the best player in his country in the 2000s, winning the 2007 and 2009 Masters in the US Open.

Cabrera, whose career profit is more than $ 14.5 million, is currently a member of the PGA Champions Tour but has not played since the PURE Insurance Championship in September 2020.

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