Published: May 16, 2014 12:35 PM EDT
Updated: May 16, 2014 4:45 PM EDT

LEE COUNTY, Fla.- A judge issued no bond for one of Southwest Florida's most wanted men...found hiding out in Haiti!

This morning, a judge called Wesnel Isaac a flight risk. He's accused in a series of violent crimes, including three murders, and was finally arrested Thursday, after a seven-year manhunt.

Federal marshals brought Isaac back to Lee County last night, after they tracked him down and arrested him last Saturday in his native country of Haiti. Isaac is wanted for a 2007 triple murder in Lehigh Acres. He's accused of shooting three people in the head.

Isaac is a documented member and an alleged enforcer for the Haitian street gang the Zoe Pound.

The gang reportedly controlled a majority of drug trafficking in North Fort Myers. The United States Marshals' Office says due to his horrendous alleged crimes and his continued potential for violence, the community is safer with him behind bars.

Isaac has been arrested around three dozens times.

For now, he will remain in the Lee County Jail. His next court date is set for June 16th.