Gang of heroin traffickers detained in Rostov region
The Rostov region police has detained 10 members of an OCG dealing with drug sale in the region.
According to the press service of the regional MIA, 10 members of an OCG dealing with drug marketing in the region, have been detained in the Rostov region. Among the gang members, there are both men and women of different age, varying from 27 to 56 . Criminal cases under the articles associated with drug marketing as part of an OCG have been initiated against the detainees.
According to the prosecution, members of the crime group used to make 'caches' of drugs in the territory of Rostov-on-Don, Taganrog, Novoshakhtinsk, and Kamensk-Shakhtinsk. During the detention, law enforcers found bundles with heroin with a total weight of about 100 grams at six detainees.
The gang was led by a 29-year-old resident of Novoshakhtinsk. During the inspection of her car, the police found and seized about 1 kg of heroin. The woman was also detained and taken to the police department. She and some of her accomplices have been placed under house arrest.
The investigation into the criminal case continues.
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