A reputed major cocaine trafficker and successor to the "king" of the Bolivian cocaine trade has been charged with 30 felonies stemming from drug ports he allegedly held in the United States, Bolivia, Colombia, Panama and Mexico, authorities said Friday.

Jorge Roca-Suarez, 38, was arrested Thursday at his plush 19-room house in the affluent suburb of San Marino, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration spokesman Ralph Lochridge said.Roca is charged with 18 criminal counts in an indictment unsealed Friday in San Diego and faces an additional 12 counts from a separate complaint expected to be unsealed in Los Angeles later, officials said.