26 members of drugdealer OCG detained in Bryansk Region
In the Bryansk region MIA officers have liquidated a large network of drug traffickers selling drugs in the Bryansk, Kaluga and Tver regions.
The Investigations Directorate of the MIA Administration in the Bryansk region has filed a criminal case under part 1 and 2 of Art. 210 of the Russian Criminal Code.
As reported by the MIA Official Spokeswoman Irina Volk, members of the crime community had been carrying out illegal sale of synthetic narcotic drugs through a specially created online store.
According to investigation, delivery of goods to customers has been carried out through the so-called stashes. As a rule, stashes were located in the entrances of apartment houses, near garages, waste grounds, or in forests. After making a stash, OCG members would send an indication of the narcotic package location to the customers. Payment for drugs would be sent to the drug traffickers' mobile phone numbers.
As reported by the Ministry of Internal Affairs, over 8 kg of synthetic drugs was seized during the arrest of the organized crime group members. A preventive measure in the form of arrest has been chosen for all detainees.
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