Basketball player Miloserdov detained in the center of Moscow with drugs
During personal inspection the sportsman appeared to have nearly two grams of cocaine.
Russian basketball player Aleksander Miloserdov is detained in the center of Moscow with cocaine. Criminal case on illegal drug trafficking is initiated against him, TASS reports.
According to the agency, Miloserdov was detained on Luzhnetskaya Embankment by traffic police officers. The athlete was driving the Toyota car, during personal inspection he appeared to have nearly 1.7 grams of cocaine.
Media-service of a capital central board of the Ministry of Internal Affairs confirmed the fact of detention, without having specified the identity of the detainee.
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