Americans, along with two foreign citizens and one Haitian, were arrested in Haiti over the weekend, Haiti, Foreign Minister Bokchit Edmond confirmed on Monday.
On Wednesday evening, Americans flew to Miami, police sources said. The Haitian daily Le Nouvelliste also referred to a police source saying that seven men who were arrested on Sunday in possession of illegal weapons in Haiti were "transferred to the United States." 
What we know so far
Prime Minister Jean-Henry Ciean told CNN that the arrested were "mercenaries" who sought "to target the executive branch of government." He did not provide additional information to confirm this statement.
Men were arrested after they were stopped during a routine traffic check. Their cars did not have license plates, and they initially opposed the provision of identification, according to the Haitian authorities.
The Haitian police say that their cache includes six pistols, six automatic rifles, two unmanned pilots, ballistic vests, three satellite phones, a telescope and several license plates. Automatic weapons are not allowed in Haiti.
Arrests during protest rallies
Moses' administration was under fire because of the rapid growth of inflation and corruption charges.
Several people were killed According to reports from local media. CNN was not able to confirm the exact number of dead on their own.
Keithlin Hu contributed to this report.